Infoseite // PAL jerky video s.Computer display (TFT)

Frage von fantinger:


I have two analog video cameras - one at a PAL standard and in accordance with the NTSC standard.

If I have my NTSC Camera s.einer simple video card and connect the live image view s.PC I get a liquid Picture. For PAL camera, I have slight Ruckler in Picture. After some guesswork, I suspect that the NTSC camera with the image frequency of the TFT-display (60Hz) are better synchronized. In-Camera PAL 50Hz fit the norm of my presumption not to framerate.

Hence my question:

I couch with my above conjecture regarding the Ruckelursache PAL video properly (50Hz)?



Antwort von Quadruplex:

"fantinger" wrote: I couch with my above conjecture regarding the Ruckelursache PAL video properly (50Hz)?
Wemn you as a kind of sealing effect meinst: yes. Experiment (but with traditional PC monitors as well as never before possible) and the graphics card for playback on PAL-50, 75 or 100 hertz refresh rate to make.


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