AV and Multimedia Related Thread, USB to hdmi converter display problem in Technical; I just recently bought a usb to hdmi converter as i had a laptop and it didnt have an hdmi ...
28th December 2012, 05:41 PM #1
28th December 2012, 06:00 PM #2
If the laptop only supports 720p a standard USB to HDMI cable won't give you anything more than the laptop supports. You'd need an expensiver upscaler etc. (Unless I'm missing something?)
As my laptop only supports 720p i can watch videos on my TV only in 720p resolution and not in 1080p
In that sense it's no different to plugging a super high monitor into the computer, it still can only output what is available in the first place. And not all USB2HDMI support 1080p as standard anyway, a lot are 720 max.
In terms of the projector not working standalone, most of the "cable" based graphics are actually software driven mirrored drivers of your actual card. Without using the built in card etc there isn't much to output (at least how I understand it).
If all you're after is 1080p on a TV, wouldn't it be easier to buy a standalone media upscaler just to plug straight into TV and use without laptop?
Last edited by Steve21; 28th December 2012 at 06:01 PM.
28th December 2012, 06:22 PM #3
- Rep Power
Okay let me make this clear..
Originally Posted by Steve21
Your saying there is absolutely no way i can watch this in projector only mode?My laptop is also consuming a lot of cpu in mirroring these images. While a simple vga cable can do that?
Wont standalone media upscalers still be very costly compared to usb to hdmi adapter?My hdmi converter is max 1080p which i know for sure.
I can also set the resolution of extended display to 1080p,in which i can do everything except watching videos(Videos just remain still or blank on the extended display)
Last edited by downloaderfan; 28th December 2012 at 07:50 PM.
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