[mythtv-users] recording from SCART
Bert Van Kets
mythtv-users at vankets.com
Tue Jun 10 07:54:03 UTC 2008
I have a cable that came with one of those wireless video transfer
boxes. The cable that goes to the transmitter has a composite connector,
which is OK for now.
I bought the whole wireless video setup for 35€ and have no use for it
any more, so I can salvage the cable. :-D
SCART pinouts are very easy to find. It's pretty easy to change a
SCART-in to a SCART-out cable. My soldering iron is still in a box
somewhere, so this will have to wait.
In the mean time I can set up my PVR-150 and get the channel change
scripts working with my MS USB Remote IR blaster.
David Watkins wrote:
>> I seem to remember that it was actually electrically impossible to make a
>> SCART adapter with S-Video input because the S-Video and the RGB signals
>> actually share some pins.
>> But who knows, maybe these guys figured it out... :-)
> but if it's SCART to S-Video then you don't need the RGB.
> ...and this one looks even more likely to be what the OP needs, being
> unidirectional in the correct direction
> But I agree with you SCART causes as many problems as it solves. As
> far as I can tell a SCART interface may or may not include S-Video,
> Composite, Component/RGB and may offer one or both directions.
> Equipment and cable manufacturers can be a bit vague about what their
> product actually supports.
> The best think about SCART connectors is that they're very robust
> (unlike S-Video).
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