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    Freeze VGA Image

    Hi All, We have a few old projectors here that don't have freeze (Pause) functionality. The projectors are in good condition with low lamp hours so I cant replace them.

    I was wondering if any one had seen or is using a solution to freeze an image before it gets to the projector.

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    With our Kramer switcher/scalers they have a freeze function, although they cost about as much as a new projector, I'm not sure what smaller switchers they make with less inputs though.

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    what projectors are they?

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    We had some NEC projector's 570's (i think) that didn't have freeze on the remote (very small remote with not many buttons at all), but the projector could still freeze. I brought some cheap compatible remotes from Genuine Copies for that model, and they had the freeze button on them and were able to freeze the screen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mjs_mjs View Post
    what projectors are they?
    They are InFocus 26 series, Ill have to take a closer look for the model number.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mcom View Post
    They are InFocus 26 series, Ill have to take a closer look for the model number.
    If they are the ones discussed here http://www.infocus.com/sites/default...2_Commands.pdf then there is a freeze command that you can send via serial/network, and possible via other remotes.

    At my uni they used AMX controllers (hard wired over serial) for freezing and other projector control. Very effective.

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    Do the remote's have a custom button as you can program the function on the projector menu

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