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Just wondered, if there a way to convert BT.656, taken from TVP5160, back to analog, i.e. PAL/NTSC suitable for TV?
There are a lot of solutions for the reverse process, but no results for my needs, except the DaVinci, which have it as a supplement function. That's kinda strange...
As an option that would be agreeable too to represent it in any other maner, suitable for capturing by TV or PC (USB, dv, ethernet 0_o)
Of cource, the easiest solutions are appreciated. I'm not a big handyman, I'm even not sure I''ll manage to deal with that TVP5160....... :-)))
Unfortunately TI does not have a stand alone video encoder, sorry.
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