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2000\11\09@230929 by Mark Willis

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Off all things, I need a PAL WebCam;  Parallel interface would be fine,
small's good.  Only know where to get NTSC's here in the US <G>

 Mark

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2000\11\09@234933 by Bill Westfield

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   Off all things, I need a PAL WebCam;  Parallel interface would be fine,
   small's good.  Only know where to get NTSC's here in the US <G>

By definition, a webcam with digital interface (parallel, USB, etc) is
neither NTSC or PAL.  Or looking at it another way, your computer becomes
part of the "camera", and can output whatever it wants given an appropriate
video card...

BillW

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2000\11\10@003822 by Mark Willis

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William Chops Westfield wrote:
>     Off all things, I need a PAL WebCam;  Parallel interface would be fine,
>     small's good.  Only know where to get NTSC's here in the US <G>
>
> By definition, a webcam with digital interface (parallel, USB, etc) is
> neither NTSC or PAL.  Or looking at it another way, your computer becomes
> part of the "camera", and can output whatever it wants given an appropriate
> video card...
>
> BillW

Client's managed to confuse me, I guess - I'll look into it more.  They
definitely want more scan lines than NTSC provides - And want PAL video
output with those extra scan lines.  They keep stalling giving me specs
on what they want (A PAL "Ball camera" or lipstick camera may be what
they want, they're sorta arm-waving over the phone at this point <G>)

 Mark

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2000\11\11@062941 by Peter L. Peres

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>PAL webcam ?

Hi Mark,

you need to make the client state whether he wants a PAL format TV signal
or a digital stream of images that is roughly equivalent to PAL TV  (i.e.
50 fps and about 800x600 pixels at 10 bits resolution). Then try to
understand what digital format he wants ...

Peter

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2000\11\12@001155 by Mark Willis

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Peter L. Peres wrote:
> >PAL webcam ?
>
> Hi Mark,
>
> you need to make the client state whether he wants a PAL format TV signal
> or a digital stream of images that is roughly equivalent to PAL TV  (i.e.
> 50 fps and about 800x600 pixels at 10 bits resolution). Then try to
> understand what digital format he wants ...
>
> Peter

... therein lies the problem;  I'm starting to think he wants a PAL
Camcorder - or maybe a lawnmower or a new car?  <G>

(Someone please SAVE ME from these people who *want* but dunno what they
want or how to figure out what they want!  <G>)

 Mark

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