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Component splitter

Discussion in 'Cables & Switches' started by XPav, Oct 27, 2004.

  1. XPav

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    Hi folks,

    I've got an interesting piece of equipment that I've got to put together.

    I've got 2 RGB sync-on-green cameras and an NTSC camera. I want to be able to look at them all on a semi-portable device without spending lots of money. So I'm thinking -- ok, get a couple of RGB (sync-on-green) to YUV convertors, and get an LCD TV like this with 2 component and a composite input.

    Then I mount it all in a nice 19" rack with wheels, bolt the TV on top, and install various other bits of equipment that I need in the rack. Wa-lah, done.

    Now one of the other things I'd like to be able to do is split the YUV signal after the transcoder out so I can also record it with a VTR or something.

    I'd also like to have 2 sets of inputs to the transcoders, of which only definitely only one at a time will be used. A slight degradation in image quality is probably acceptable. This is not for everyday TV watching. I also don't care about audio whatsoever.

    So the question is -- what can I use to split the RGB and YUV signals, or is there some better way to do what I'm looking at doing.

    Thanks.

    XPav
     

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