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MGI Slide show to Big screen TV

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by SandyS, Oct 17, 2000.

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  1. SandyS

    SandyS Thread Starter

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    I am presenting a slideshow of a soccer league with images taken with a dij camera. I have two big screen TV's for this purpose. Is it better to go directly from my laptop or should i have these images transferred to a VHS tape? your advice would be greatly appreciated. (if i were to go from my laptop to a TV, what kind of cable would i need?)
     
  2. Macky

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    You can directly if your laptop has the output.

    Transfer them to VHS or not it's still going to look the same.

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  3. SandyS

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    Thank you Macky...Do i need a converter Box to convert the computer signal over to TV signal?
     
  4. LarryCore

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    If your computer does not have a TV out, then yes, you would need a converter. If you can output to a VCR though, you should be able to use the same connector to go to a TV set.

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