En tanke jeg har hatt en stund.. og så fant jeg det på avsforum :-)


"..What *I* (and OP) wants is one that will switch between 48 (or 72) Hz for 24fps film-based sources and 60 (or 90) Hz for video (30fps here) sources. I don't think that exists in set-top boxes in US or Europe.."

"..With the latest Zoom Player beta you can have it change the refresh rate depending on if PAL or NTSC disc is detected.
It's based on an external script (.bat or .cmd etc.).
So I put the powerstrip command in the script file to change refresh rate.
I also change the registry to force PAL on/off for the nvidia decoder.."

"..this is from SlySoft
Works as a driver automatically in the background
Removes encryption (CSS) and region code (RPC) from DVDs
Removes analogue copy protection (Macrovision)
Removes prohibited user operations like forced subtitles and other limitations
Decrypts WITHOUT having to save the data onto the hard disk
Decrypts "on the fly"
Prevents launch of software from your Video DVDs (e.g., PC-Friendly)
Allows setting of your vertical refresh rate depending on the video material.."