I have a little problem! Maybe someone can give me yes we can.
I try the PC on the Picture Ferhnsehr issue. That's me on the SVHS output on my graphics card is synonymous succeeded quite well, only the picture is too blurred. I would like to play on the TV but you can not read the game instructions.
Can Pc Picture perhaps synonymous on the VGA or DVI output of the graphics card to send to the TV?
Have it on ebay NEN VGA - RCA / SVHS adapter endeckt, but even in forums einegen read that this is a dung to be
Forget it - the problem is the limited resolution of a standard TV. If you already have a card with S-Video TV output, you try it, to optimize the picture (image size 800 by 600 to change, if it works, or any other driver settings). VGA to RGB Scart Although, it is synonymous but not quite cheap, and hardly brings what. And if you have bad luck, works your internal Glotze anyway with S-video resolution - was widespread. Full-bandwidth RGB since DVD is only an issue ...
Antwort von mdb:
And if you have bad luck, works your internal Glotze anyway with S-video resolution - was widespread. Full-bandwidth RGB since DVD is only an issue ...
Previously, each color, I know, with RGB, because the three electron beams in the tube stop with RGB be controlled. Therefore, I am surprised that you only from RGB Y / C to make it back again to RGB aufzudröseln. RGB inputs are supposedly according to an EU directive since the 80 years required for SCART (I read somewhere earlier in the network)
Antwort von Quadruplex:
Well - there are many things that at first glance does not seem logical - but sadly true. If you have RGB Scart really have direct access to the picture tube has (only for 50-Hz TVs), you notice the fact that suddenly the screen menus are no longer funzen. At 100-Hz TVs, it was until the late 1990s customary internal only with Y / C to work - that has a little money in the video electronics saved. Does not alter the fact that the tube of course, but with RGB control.