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Anyone have experience with HDMI converters?

Discussion in 'Inspire 1 Discussion' started by Plingboot, Oct 27, 2015.

  1. Plingboot

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    I've got a 'pirate eye' screen which i'd quite like to use with my Inspire, but it only has an analogue input and just wondered whether anyone has had any luck converting the output from the remote's HDMI port with one of THESE boxes?
     
  2. lake_flyer

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    I've got one of those in black. Tried it this week coincidently, while operating the camera controller, and it worked amazingly well, even with ancient Olympus video goggles. Next time I'll try my Fatshark predator V2.
    Hate the cable mess though so I have to organise that better somehow.

    Funny was that while using Litchi I got a custom HUD display in the goggles with artificial horizon.
     
  3. tcchow

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    my friend converted form AVI to HDMI IMG-20151024-WA0093.jpg IMG-20151024-WA0107.jpg IMG-20151024-WA0089.jpg IMG-20151024-WA0094.jpg
     
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  5. tcchow

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    I meant he converted a AVI input Monitor to a HDMI Monitor by using the stand alone HDMI module.
     
  6. lake_flyer

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    Yes, I understood he modded the screen, not the controller. Save a whole bunch of cable mess.
    Nice idea, thanks for sharing.
     
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  7. lake_flyer

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    I realise now that that is a default feature, nothing to do with Litchi, (never used the HDMI output before) nice.