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[quote="bandito"]The analog component output from the AXIO can be set to SD or HD signal, and should work fine in one of those two modes with most TVs, depending on whether the TV is SD or HD.[/quote]
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Posted: Tue Dec 16, 2008 12:52 pm
Thank you for posting in the Axio pre-purchase section.
Yes, you will be able to monitor HD when connecting a consumer LCD monitor to the Axio LE's YUV.
The AXIO LE lets you preview simultaneously HD and SD outputs. The analog signal output can be downscaled to SD and previewed on your LCD monitor.
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Posted: Sat Dec 13, 2008 7:10 pm
The analog component output from the AXIO can be set to SD or HD signal, and should work fine in one of those two modes with most TVs, depending on whether the TV is SD or HD.
Posted: Sat Dec 13, 2008 10:07 am
Post subject: SDI vs YUV video out on AXIO
On RT-X2 there is a dedicated DVI out to connect to any consumer LCD.
On AXIO there is a SDI and also a YUV out.
If I connect the YUV to a consumer LCD (Sony Bravia or similar), I believe that I also get HD monitoring. Correct?
Since the AXIO gives SD and HD at the same time, does the YUV out also gives SD / HD video out ? (I'm in a PAL region)
Thanks for the answer
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