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Øystein Rabbe
Pocket Cinema HDMI to Computer Monitor
on Apr 15, 2014 at 12:32:17 pm

I am using a Pocket Cinema for shooting interviews and I would love to be able to connect my computer screen as a monitor.

But when I connect it through HDMI I get "Out of Range" and it wont work.
On some monitors I get the message "Out of Range: Change to 60Hz"

Has this something to do with my camera that I have bought it in Europe?
My computer monitor is also European.

Any settings I could change to make this work?


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Matthew Sonnenfeld
Re: Pocket Cinema HDMI to Computer Monitor
on Apr 16, 2014 at 1:39:07 pm

What frame rate are you trying to shoot in?

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Ali Quintana
Re: Pocket Cinema HDMI to Computer Monitor
on Apr 16, 2014 at 9:04:30 pm

I would like to shoot at 23.97, at 180 shutter angle.

later in post to be
converted for NTSC to 29.97 for TV.

But basically I am open for other framerates.


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Matthew Sonnenfeld
Re: Pocket Cinema HDMI to Computer Monitor
on Apr 16, 2014 at 9:17:10 pm

What's most likely to me is that the camera is putting out 48hz and your monitor is unable to recognize that refresh rate. What is the monitor that you are trying to use? I would check the spec to see if it can recognize 48hz.

Co-President at fourB Productions, Inc.
Blackmagic Cinema Camera, RED Scarlet-X, Panasonic HPX170, Canon 7D
2011 Macbook Pro 17", 2.3 Ghz Quad Core, 16GB RAM
2008 Mac Pro 2.6 Ghz 8 Core, 10GB RAM
AJA IoXT, Blackmagic Intensity Pro, Blackmagic Mini Monitor
Adobe Production Premium CC, Avid Media Composer 7, Final Cut Pro Studio 3


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