Originally posted by Li On
Seriously, I think the original post is VERY confusing!
You may want to try looking at the information on the DVDO website at: http://www.dvdo.com/pro/pro_ishdplus.html
That provides more detailed information on the HD+. If you still have questions after looking at that site (or the 52 other posts in this thread), please ask them.
The OLD iScan HD can't do anything to 720p/1080i except passthrough. And no HDCP.
The new iScan HD+ has HDCP and process HDTV.
That beg the following questions on 3 input signals via DVI:
To my understanding, the original post which Dale quote repeatedly said:
1. 480i is processed for deinterlace, scaling and all the usual processing
2. not mentioned
3. 1080i is "bob" deinterlace and scale
From the original post (which is really a marketing blurb rather than a technical specifications list): "the iScan HD+ adds scaling of high definition sources (720p, 1080i) which come in on DVI, and HDCP support over DVI",
so 720p input over DVI is explicitly mentioned, as it was in other posts in this thread.
If you all think the original post is so clean about all the issues and my questions seems so silly, then moderator please remove my posts AND Dale reply. Thanks in advance.
That's a bit of an over-reaction, I think. I was simply suggesting that you read the entire thread (which really isn't that long, unlike another one I can think of
) before posting questions. Most of what you asked had already been discussed.
The old iScan HD will process (scale) a 480P input as long as there is no HDCP. How's the new HD+ process 480P with HDCP via DVI?
Yes. If the iScan HD+ can process the DVI signal, then it can process it regardless of whether it's HDCP-encrypted or not.
- Dale Adams