Steve Judd writes: > SAA 7111A HZ That's good. This chip (and most of the video stuff Philips do) is controlled by an I2C bus. I2C is driven by open-collector outputs, so you can hang extra devices on it - including controllers. The chip will decode just about any video format you could want - but it has to be told which one (some of these chips will detect the standard, and tell you, but you still have to switch it to a particular mode). So it should be possible to build a little add-on that waits until the chip is initialised and then writes a new configuration. I2C is easy, and the datasheet (freely downloadable) tells you everything you need to know. I forget the start of this discussion - did you want to change the input or the output format? John - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail email@example.com.
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