[EMS Discuss] raspberry pi video conundrum

Taper Wickel EMAIL HIDDEN
Thu Sep 26 22:30:57 PDT 2013


If it's like the one you gave me, Greg, the non-fiber BNC input works for
NTSC composite video just dandy. (I also have BNC-to-RCA adapters to hook
up standard cables.)

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Taper Wickel <EMAIL HIDDEN>
On Sep 26, 2013 10:15 PM, "Greg Norman" <EMAIL HIDDEN> wrote:

> I have a TFT monitor you can have if you use it. (TFT is an kind of
> illuminated LCD monocrome) It has a fiber optic video input but if you open
> it you might find another input to use.
>
> Ask and you shall receive. Or anyone can have it.
>
> Greg
>
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>  *From:* Cord Slatton <EMAIL HIDDEN>
> *To:* EMS Discuss <EMAIL HIDDEN>
> *Sent:* Tuesday, September 24, 2013 5:47 PM
> *Subject:* [EMS Discuss] raspberry pi video conundrum
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> I need a bit of help. I have no compatible video devices or converters to
> work with my raspberry pi. I have:
>
> DVI( not sure if DVI-I or DVI-D, can't remmeber which is which)
> VGA
>
> I don't have HDMI or NTSC/PAL(no tv)
>
> anyone have a converter or crappy tv they dont want or a better solution?
>
> I am not even really sure how to do anything to set it up without any
> visual device to use the first time...
>
> thanks!
>
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