[mythtv-users] x264 suttering
fsquires at gmail.com
Wed Feb 17 15:43:41 UTC 2010
On Wed, Feb 17, 2010 at 10:37 AM, Brian Wood <beww at beww.org> wrote:
> On Wednesday 17 February 2010 08:20:21 am Terjesen Jens Peder wrote:
>> Yan Seiner wrote:
>> 2) small wiring - it's really, really hard to snake an RCA connector
>> through some of the places in a car. A DVI connector would be orders of
>> magnitude harder or downright impossible. And hand-assembing a DVI
>> connector is not something I want to contemplate.
>> Instead of a DVI cable you can use an HDMI cable with DVI->HDMI adapters at
>> both ends. The HDMI connectors are much smaller than the DVI connectors.
> It would work, of course, but especially in mobile installations you should
> try to avoid additional connectors and/or adapters as much as possible. It's
> amazing how much vibration you can get in a motor vehicle, and connectors tend
> to wiggle loose easily.
> I'm still wondering about the OP using a wireless connection, similar to what
> the backup cameras use.
> I'd just offer to solder the connectors for him after he pulls the cables, but
> I don't see any way to do that from afar :-)
He could also use a dvi or vga to cat 5 converter, and since they snap
in rather than just push in like an hdmi cable the vibration would be
less of an issue.
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