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Projektoren 16:9 und 4:3 ohne HDMI

16:9 and 4:3 projectors without HDMI



Frage von Creatinside:
Mai 2010

Good evening

I plan a little short film event and I must deal with the "new territory" Beamer. The videos are with the s.gespielt WD LIVE TV Player:
http://http://www.wdc.com/de/products/products.asp?driveid=735
It has an HDMI output and an COMPONENTS.

We show the majority of videos in 16:9 format but some are synonymous in 4:3 format. We made three beamer.

1st Sanyo PLV MSRP - Z5 Instructions: http://www.projektoren-datenbank.com/pdf/bedienungsanleitungen/sanyoplvz5-an-de.pdf
2nd SonyVPL-FX41 Quick Guide: http://www.sony.de/biz/view/ShowProduct.action?product=VPL-FX41&site=biz_de_DE&pageType=TechnicalSpecs&category=Installation

(; Both have an HDMI input)

3rd Panasonic PT-L750E connections
Manuals: http://www.projektoren-datenbank.com/pdf/bedienungsanleitungen/panasonic-pt-l750e-780nte.pdf

Here are the ports, according to the "projection Database
1 x DVI-D
2 x RGB D-Sub 15pin
5 x BNC
1 x Stereo Mini Jack
1 x RCA Video
1 x S-Video
2 x RCA Audio

Only the Sanyo is that it supports 16:9.
When Sonyist anywhere in the network to find what to 16:9. But that is simply impossible, right?
The Panasonic has HDMI input no.

My questions:
1st With all three devices, it is possible to see at 16:9 display.
2nd What happened in between when a 4:3 video is inserted?
3rd How do I attach the Panasonic s.das to Western Digital? I have heard that you can drive of DVI to HDMI via adapter? As the unit would respond to 1080p?

A previous testing of the devices is not possible.

The whole thing is pretty opaque to me. Can someone Help?
I would be extremely happy
Thanks and greetings

Michael



Antwort von jub:

1st Yes, in the case Sony1280x768
2nd Nothing will be auto detected or must switch back of hand
be.
3rd Exactly, use HDMI to DVI adapter.

If you respect the 1080p WDTV think:
Quote "any means to play 1080p files (AVI, MOV, MKV, WMV ...). Prerequisite: Höchter High@L4.1 (720p 8 Reframe; 1080p maximum of 5 ReFrames"

Answers within 5 minutes of found on the net!



Antwort von beiti:

1st Yes, absolutely. According to technical data Sonydie synonymous dominated the play of various HD format, and are of the nature of 16:9.

2nd As long as pure video signals of the corresponding aspect ratio are shown, they are the respective projector properly again. It is synonymous but depends on how the output of the WD-TV is set: If the stands for example, 1080/50i, he would reflect 4:3 than 16:9 with bars to the left and right, giving one of the two 4:3 projectors (Sonyand Panasonic) would bar all around. When 16:9 Projector (Sanyo) do not mind, however.
It leads one way or no way around it, set the output signal of the WD-TV for every film properly. The "automatic" functions for this player is not synonymous else that is correct and is jerky as an example 1080/50i-Signale from 1080/60i.

3rd If I correctly interpret the instructions of the Panasonic he takes over its DVI connector no video signals. Then goes high-definition video only via the analog component input.





Antwort von Creatinside:

"Jub" wrote:
1st Yes, in the case Sony1280x768
(...)
If you respect the 1080p WDTV think:
Quote "1080p files of any type will be played



Greet you Jub
I see that I have formulated my question is not entirely correct. Sorry

The starting position is:
We have about 50 video files Of FullHD down to DVD resolution. Virtually everything is 16:9. 2-3 pieces are 4:3.

My question is:
QUESTION first Like the two projectors 4-3 react when they get a 16:9 picture. At Panasonic, it has in the Instructions on Page 41, a reference to 16:9 (see instructions first post). Produced below and above the simple black borders?

From Sonyhabe unfortunately I found no information on the subject. But a device in this price range but would need to constitute 16:9, right?

2nd How to respond to the projector when you can represent a signal with higher Resolutionbekommen than they?

Our concern is not the perfect projection. We get the films onehin surprisingly common (synonymous of professionals) in only moderate quality. It's simply that the films will be shown correctly. In 1 Seitenverhältniss the line.

Thanks and good day! Michael



Antwort von Creatinside:

Hello Beiti

"Beiti" wrote:
It is synonymous but depends on how the output of the WD-TV is set: If the stands for example, 1080/50i, he would reflect 4:3 than 16:9 with bars to the left and right, giving one of the two 4:3 projectors (Sonyand Panasonic) would bar all around.


And if we show only 16:9 movies (which is in most cases the film blocks) of the projector, the picture would extend only below and above With black bars, right?

I have a film on dvd get the 16:9 is (at least according vison has beams) but on my hd Ready screen black all around. (Played by wd tv live) you know what there could be basic?

Thank you

Michael



Antwort von beiti:

"Creatinside" wrote:
Like the two projectors 4-3 react when they get a 16:9 picture. At Panasonic, it has in the Instructions on Page 41, a reference to 16:9 (see instructions first post). Produced below and above the simple black borders?
Yes.

Quote:
From Sonyhabe unfortunately I found no information on the subject. But a device in this price range but would need to constitute 16:9, right?
Yes.

Quote:
How to respond to the projector when you can represent a signal with higher Resolutionbekommen than they?
You scale it down appropriately.

"Creatinside" wrote:
I have a film on dvd get the 16:9 is (at least according vison has beams) but on my hd Ready screen black all around. (Played by wd tv live) you know what there could be basic?
Presumably, the film is not technically 16:9, 4:3 letterbox (so no black stripe is up / down are part of the picture). The Television there again in 4:3 and adds black bars left / right.
Of course, is stupid. The people who still have analogue cable TV are accustomed s.dieses problem. Most television have zoom functions to inflate the full 16:9 picture onto the image window.

Ultimately you have to do it so with three different formats: 4:3 Original Format, 4:3 letterbox and 16:9 original format.
There are the following possible problems:
- If you in regard to the variety of shooting, the 16:9 4:3 Projector align so that the 16:9 fills the screen height, 4:3 movies are beamed out across the screen, whereas there are actually no way (other than to interpret the screen for 4:3).
- If you want a movie that is available in 4:3 Letterbox, 16:9 show on the projector, you have the bars all around, if the projector has a zoom function for this, I do not know.
In contrast to the 4:3 Letterbox 4:3 projectors no problem, and synonymous original 4:3 format on 16:9 projectors is to be automatically played back correctly.




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