Horizontal Range NTSC 15.734 kHz, PAL 15.625 kHz
Vertical Range NTSC 30 Hz, PAL 25 Hz
Color Standards NTSC, NTSCJ, PAL 50, PAL 60, SECAM
Connectors Composite - RCA or BNC (CS-2)
S-Video (Y/C) - 4-pin mini din
Component (Y Pr Pb or RGB) - RCA or BNC (CS-2)
Progressive (Y Pr Pb) - RCA or BNC (CS-2)
Digital (DVI-D) receptacle
Computer Pass-Through HD-15 male (VGA)
Sorry the bit that confused me (not hard to do) was that looking at the specs listed in your PDF above, it only mention a video 15.734kHz input not a 31.5kHz or higher input. I missed the bit below where it says progressive although I think you should specify a 480p input (31.5kHz) to make this clear. Or at least specify on this 3rd line that its 480p component only.
Sorry for the 30 questions but I like to get it clear as it sound like an interesting scaler.
So I also now take it that no 720p (ABC) is allowed to be input just like no 1080i is allowed ?
Do the above non allowed input type apply to both component (Y Pr Pb) and DVI ?
I also take it that a 720x480p input can be on either component (Y Pr Pb) or DVI and then scaled to any output resolution on either RGB or DVI ?
|You asked, Are you using the SI HDCP/DVI chipset ?
Yes, as I mentioned before we are using the Silicon Image chip
640 x 480 (VGA)
800 x 600 (SVGA)
1024 x 768 (XGA)
1280 x 1024 (SXGA)
1280 x 768 (WXGA)
852 x 480
852 x 576 (PAL)
1024 x 768
1024 x 1024
1280 x 768
1365 x 768 16:9
1365 x 1024
Frame Rate Computer/VESA 50, 60, or 72 hz
Other resolutions 60 hz
The other clarification I wanted was in regards to input refresh rates.
Computer resolutions mentions 50Hz/60Hz/72Hz output rates.
What about input rates ?
Besides the computer resolutions mentioned in your spec sheet I take it you will not offer frame rate conversion for video resolutions, and that the 25/30Hz input rates listed are all converted to 60Hz only ?