Premiere playback using Radeon 9800 Pro TV out?

Discussion in 'Video Cameras' started by Beemer, Aug 18, 2005.

  1. Beemer

    Beemer Guest

    My Radeon 9800 Pro allows me to view AVI, DVD etc on my TV. Also I can view
    Premiere Pro playback on my TV when the DV camera s-video output is
    connected to the TV s-video input. However I want to playback without the
    camera camera using the same TV out (S-video) of my Radeon 9800. When I
    try this I do not get the overlay but see the desktop with Premiere running
    including the running monitor window.

    There would have been no need to do this if Premiere allowed dragging the
    preview window (full screen) to a second display.

    My 9800 Pro setup is Primary CRT monitor and Secondary TFT and of course I
    disable "extended desktop" and the TFT when enabling the TV.

    Anyone got a similar setup and got it working?

    Beemer
     
    Beemer, Aug 18, 2005
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  2. Beemer

    Beemer Guest

    | My Radeon 9800 Pro allows me to view AVI, DVD etc on my TV. Also I can
    view
    | Premiere Pro playback on my TV when the DV camera s-video output is
    | connected to the TV s-video input. However I want to playback without the
    | camera camera using the same TV out (S-video) of my Radeon 9800. When I
    | try this I do not get the overlay but see the desktop with Premiere
    running
    | including the running monitor window.
    |
    | There would have been no need to do this if Premiere allowed dragging the
    | preview window (full screen) to a second display.
    |
    | My 9800 Pro setup is Primary CRT monitor and Secondary TFT and of course I
    | disable "extended desktop" and the TFT when enabling the TV.
    |
    | Anyone got a similar setup and got it working?
    |
    | Beemer
    |
    |
    Maybe I should also ask can anyone tell me if Premiere Pro can output its
    preview to anything other than firewire? To me it seems that changing the
    output to DV device, or switching this off, or setting output to both,
    makes no difference to my effort to display the monitor output onto either
    my secondary display or my TV.

    Beemer

    Beemer
     
    Beemer, Aug 18, 2005
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  3. That isn't how premiere is designed.
    To do that in premiere you need to use a camera connected via firewire
    and pass the analogue out from it.
    OR
    Get a video editing card that has an analogue realtime output that
    does this natively.
    i.e. Canopus ????? / Matrox rt??? etc.
    The cheapest solution is to buy an advc unit like canopus produce and
    fit it between the firewire and the analogue video monitor, allowing
    the camera to be connected when it is required for capture and output
    , and allowing it to be switched off at all other times.

    http://www.canopus-uk.com/US/products/ADVC110/pm_advc110.asp
    Gary MacKenzie
    Audio Visual Technician / Video Editor
     
    gary mackenzie, Aug 19, 2005
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