Do you know if there is a possibility of an old computer monitor as a preview to the video device to use to cut? So says a quasi-emulator or similar to the Resolution Moni he is running at 50 Hz and PAL. Everything was just a normal preview Moni is synonymous ...
My hardware is a P4 3200 with GeForce graphics card (DVI and D)-SUB output, and 1024 RAM
Thanks for any tip! Greeting
Antwort von Peter S.:
The PC monitor is working with a different color space than a television. Therefore, you will reach an incorrect color representation on the monitor. Also works a television after the interlaced and displays only fields. A monitor is running on full screen playback. Conclusion: The monitor is for other colors and as objective Halbbilddarstellung Preview not suitable. MFG Peter
Antwort von mdb:
So says a quasi-emulator or similar to the Resolution Moni he is running at 50 Hz and PAL.
Unfortunately, he gets no attention to the 50 Hz, the frequency is too low. No chance. Video, if you mean by CVBS (Composite), not synonymous. In a normal (TV) monitor internal composite is converted into RGB to control in order to ensure that the picture tube, this part is missing in PC monitors, they have an RGB input directly. There are external CVBS VGA converter, do you want on the screen but can judge the quality and not just some see a picture, you come in price ranges, where you can well better do a composite Buy fit for studio monitor.
Antwort von Nightfly!:
Tasuche the old monitor but the aucf Nice flea market for an old television. Then you're off the hook!