Description of problem:
When TV output is enabled on Radeon 7000, there are horizontal darker and brighter stripes on the TV screen (see photos).
This does not appear in Windows. Also it's possible to set the resolution on the TV output up to 1024x768 (anything higher causes scrolling - virtual desktop) in Windows but xrandr shows only 800x600.
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Steps to Reproduce:
1. Boot desktop-i386-20100418.17 with TV connected
TV output with stripes.
Clean TV output.
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Photo from TV (Fedora boot)
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Photo from TV (terminal)
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I'm also experiencing this but on Fedora 13 with a Radeon 9200 (RV280).
I get the same horizontal pattern as in the attached photo when "tv standard" is correctly set to PAL. There is also some distortion in the upper right corner - the picture bends in from the vertical edge.
My TV can also kind of handle NTSC input (an added "feature" with a little distortion) - when I switch tv standard to ntsc the horizontal lines aren't there.
I also don't get the horizontal lines if I boot with nomodeset (though the output is black and white - I get colour (but with expected distortion) if I switch output to ntsc)
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