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Picture in picture is faster than TV screen? Answered


I was just watching the Blackhawks win the Stanley Cup (woo), and my dad turned on picture in picture so we could see what another channel was broadcasting, but as a default it started on the same channel. The weird thing was the picture in picture was a full 1-2 seconds ahead (the audio was synched correctly with the main picture). It's an HDTV connected to a cable box.

This is pretty much the least important question ever, but I found it weird and wondered if anyone had any ideas.

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orksecurity

8 years ago

The large picture may be going through additional image processing to sharpen it and otherwise adjust for the characteristics of your screen. The PIP is a least-effort rendering and wouldn't go through those stages. At least, that's how I would have designed it.

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Answer 8 years ago

An that's probably right. I never noticed it on my set on analog tv but mine does the same thing on digi tv. There is a lot more processing going on in digi tv.