[mythtv-users] YPrPb component out for MythTV
cnlibmyth at gmail.com
Fri Jul 29 17:07:51 EDT 2005
It should. The colors on the back of a TV or even on the back of the
DVD player are Red, Green and blue. All should be well.
On 7/29/05, Bruno Bronosky <Bruno at bronosky.com> wrote:
> http://tinyurl.com/a9jbh shows the cable to be colored R, G, & B. Are you
> sure this thing can do YPrPb Component out? I visited the MSI page about
> the card, and it doesn't mention anything about the output format. THIS
> DRIVES ME CRAZY!!! All manufacturers do this.
> James Oltman wrote:
> On 7/29/05, Richard Bronosky <mythtv at bronosky.com> wrote:
> Please no responses about transcoders or alternatives. I went through 39
> pages of emails on
> http://www.gossamer-threads.com/lists/mythtv/users/ last
> night trying to find a solution, but in every thread someone changes the
> I'm looking for a video card or mother board with on-board video supported
> by MythTV that has simple YPrPb component output. I've seen a few cards
> from ATI, but I fear Linux support for those. I've also heard of a VIA or
> EPIA mother board that some guy was selling (several of), but I thought it
> was weird that the only outlet for the unit was an individual's blog.
> There has been lots of interest in component out over the past 2 years.
> Let's get a definitive answer into the threads, and put this one to rest.
> NVidia makes several cards that have component output on them. I do
> most of my shopping through www.newegg.com and they refer to it as
> HDTV out. I just posted a question yesterday regarding this card:
> It has the component outs on it. I figure I will probably have to run
> Powerstrip in Windows to get a good ModeLine for this card and my
> analog Sony Wega with component inputs. This card is capable of
> outputting 480i (Analog), 480p(DVD HighDef), 720p(HD), 1080i(HD). I
> plan on just using the 480i for now, but if I get an HD TV, there ya
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