I've been here a long time read by others. Since we now have a Web Project to start with his own studio, but now appear to questions that I have not yet found in nature.
My problem is this: We shoot with two cameras and video mixers. For the preview, I have a 16:9, 20 "SonyEB monitor. Now I would use this monitor due to space constraints happy for the two cameras and the mixer output. For this I'm looking for a (affordable) quad-splitter that with good quality synonymous can handle 16:9. What I've found so far, will cost several thousand euros. This of course is nonsense. There are two additional monitors much more favorable.
It is designed for the 16:9 format. Is there anything suitable, or has someone another idea? We work with analog S-video.
Antwort von tommyb:
The "special 16:9 format is merely displayed on the playback device (monitor).
16:9 in SD 4:3 digital Resolutionhat just like in SD resolution 720x576 pixels (). The video signal is stored anamorphic, ie the device on which it is presented, it must have a 16:9 button.
In short: Each measly quad split 4:3 to 16:9 just like, just that the monitor of the same s.end displays have a 16:9 button.
PS: If you contrast it comes to letterbox, then you do not need quad-split but rather a picture of the mixer can compress the picture.
Antwort von DerMagicWolf:
That went fast. Thank you very much!
The Sony monitor is 16:9. I just was not sure whether there is synonymous with the splinters, differences, as there are synonymous pure 4:3 monitors and the 4:3 / 16:9. Then we will test the times, or read the splitter recommendations in the forum. This raises the next question. We have a SonyVX 2100 and one 3CCD Panasonic. The signal is output at the same time yes, and S-Video to RCA, right? That means I have to work if I'm going with RCA on the splitter, and with S-video in the video mixer, right?