An easy solution is to use a VGA splitter box. This takes a single VGA
signal and splits it into two or more signals.
They cost around $100 - have a look at this for an example:
Another option is to use a VGA to NTSC splitter..
Hope this helps,
On Fri, 28 Sep 2001, Alexandre Gillet wrote:
> I have a question concerning material (video card).
> I am running my AR application on dell worksattion running redhat 7.1
> My video card is a nvidia quadro pro2, my frame grabber is a win Tv go
> from hauppauge.
> Right now when I use cy-visor google I use the hd15 pin from the video
> card, I loose the use of the monitor. Only the person using the google
> can see what happening.
> I have to do that because my video card nor my video grabber come with a
> tv (S video)output, I would like to know if I need to change my video
> card or the video grabber to get one with a Svideo output.
> What can you recommand me?
> Any suggestion welcome.
> Alexandre Gillet
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