> May I ask what genlocking is? I do have an A2000 with a Genlock-card (no > docs) and I only know that it can be used for capturing video. But the above > confused me so therefor the question. It means to take two video signals and combine them into a single image, possibly using one of the two as a "time base" against which to correct the other. Give such a device a PAL signal and an NTSC signal, for example, and the Genlock will decide which of the two to use as it's time base, and combine the two streams into one output, at whatever synch rates it chose based on it's inputs. It's also possible that the Genlock could be generating it's own synch signals, combining both video inputs into one, at the chosen time base. -- /~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~___~~~~~\ | firstname.lastname@example.org //Z@|___ | | http://home.kscable.com/natedac |'(__ [_< | \_C64/C128_-_What's_*YOUR*_hobby?__\___|____/ - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail email@example.com.
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