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Unread 03-06-2013, 06:18 PM   #1
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Projector screens with video camera and computer

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I have projector screen,i want to connect that screen with computer.One more thing is how to i split the projector screen with video camera and computer.Plz give suggestions.

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You'll need a projector to project images from the computer onto the projector screen. Once you have a projector, depending on the projector you can connect using VGA, HDMI or Scart. Have you got a projector?
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Yes got projector. What is HDMA card?
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Yes got projector. What is HDMA card?
HDMI is a special port to connect the audio/visual interface.

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Is the same connector available for MAC pro laptop?
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Is the same connector available for MAC pro laptop?
No, as far as I'm aware of it's displayport thats on the mac pro. You can get adapters that go from displayport to HDMI though. I might be wrong though as I don't personally own a mac. You could take a picture and I'd tell you if you'd like.

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