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Old Sep 25, 2002, 06:52 PM
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Just saw posts on other forums about doing a simple Hex Edit of XBoxdash.xbe to make your DVDs play in Progressive Scan mode.

Open xboxdash.xbe in an hex editor
search for : C7 46 28 20 00 00 00
replace by : C7 46 28 40 00 00 00
your Dash is now in progressive mode only
Tested on a 3944 dash.
Enjoy !!!

Edited :
For those without a DVD dongle, a little patch for DVDRegionX 2
83 C8 02 C1 E0 04 -> 83 C8 02 C1 E0 05
et voila it's progressive too.

Edited by ProgressiveScan on Sep. 24 2002,02:50

Credit goes to ProgressiveScan on another board. and the forum was xboxhackz.net


(PS - So we would be editing our MSDash or MSXboxdash for people that use the EvoDash)
sorry to mention other threads, but this Progress Scan capabilty is sweet!!

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Old Sep 25, 2002, 07:26 PM
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What does that do? ProgressiveScan I mean?
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Old Sep 25, 2002, 07:59 PM
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Progressive scan can be used with HDTV monitors which support 720x480p which is the native format of film based material. The advantage of this is that the DVD MPEG-2 data stream contains flags which indicate the order of interlaced fields that make up the progressive frames.

In the case of NTSC video a 24 frame per second film source is converted into 60 interlaced fields using a process called telecine. The neat part of this process is that the inverse telecine procedure can be applied if you know which field goes with which frame as is the case with film based DVDs. This allows for TRUE progressive frames to be reconstructed from the interlaced fields and this yields a MUCH better image on larger and higher performance displays.

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Old Sep 25, 2002, 08:47 PM
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I tried to find the string mentioned. in xboxdash.xbe & it didnt find it. I use ultraedit to edit the hex file.
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Old Sep 25, 2002, 10:20 PM
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I used Ultra Edit
I found it, are you looking at the original Xboxdash??? or whatever u renamed to MSDash, it's there search for the whole string

search for : C7 46 28 20 00 00 00
replace by : C7 46 28 40 00 00 00

It works, but too bad my TV in my room doesn't have HD capabilities, but the living room one does :P
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Old Sep 26, 2002, 12:02 AM
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I am new to hex editing and downloaded hackman. I went to edit, then find then i typed in C7 46 28 20 00 00 00. and it doesn't find it. How do I search for this thing. I am searching the orginal xboxdash.xbe
 

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