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    I have an HD storm bay in my Edius computer. I tried to take the hdmi out to an HP3014 30 inch monitor, that only accepts dvi, with a conversion cable (hdmi to dvi)..but it dose not work. I was going to order a RBG to dvi conversion cable...do you think that would work...or...do you have any other suggestions to take the HD storm output (either RBG or HDMI) to a monitor that only has dvi inputs.

    Thanks in advance,

    Dano

  • #2
    You don't say what your timeline settings are, but it's quite possible the monitor doesn't support the refresh rate that matches the output of your timeline. If the monitor only has DVI then that would imply it's a computer monitor and they aren't really designed to take video feeds as they normally expect the output to be 60Hz and at the monitors native resolution.
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    • #3
      I tried several resolutions but, none worked. I have limited the problem down to the cable. I am using an hdmi to dvi cable. A friend recommeded i try an rgb to dvi cable.

      The monitor I want to go out to is an hpp LP3065/ It only has three inputs...alas all dvi.

      Any ideas other than the rgb to dvi cable?

      Thanks again,

      Dano

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      • #4
        You're trying to output a TV signal to a computer monitor, the screen isn't designed to take the refresh rates. If you look at the specs for the monitor it states

        Native Resolution
        2560 x 1600 @ 60 Hz (native aspect ratio of 16:10)2

        2 This is the only resolution supported by the monitor. Windows PC and graphics card that supports DVI ports with dual-link digital
        bandwidth and VESA DDC standard for plug-and-play setup requires a DVI-D dual-link graphic card that supports WQXGA (2560 x
        1600) resolution.
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        • #5
          Simple answer! Buy an HDTV with HDMI very cheap and it will give you YUV display rather than RGB. YUV is the native colour space of your video which is important if you want to see what you have shot. Otherwise if your happy with RGB display of your video then sell your HDStorm and just set your current screen as preview device in settings. Personally if I had invested in an HDStorm I would make use of it by purchasing a proper video monitor the most basic of which is an inexpensive HDTV.

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          Dave.
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          • #6
            ok thank you all.

            Dano

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