DVR620KU From the HDMI connector, how to get non-pinched vertical HDMI images on the TV monitor and on the DVD. Recorded DVD's have been Finalized
[3 of 4 HDMI Video images & DVD recordings vertically pinched.]
Progressive: ON & OFF; set to ON. Aspect Ratio: Auto, 4:3, & 16:9; set at 16:9. Inputs L1 & L2; set at L1, Dubbing VCR to DVD. Recording compatible ON. HDMI Format to RGB.
[TV & recorded DVD images] are the same; Height correct in HDMI selection 740x480, and
[[vertically pinched in 1280x720,1920x1080i, & 1920x1080]]; set at 1920x1080i.
DVDs also, vertically pinched when played on another DVD players & this unit. Changed output HDMI cable to a Hi Quality cable. No improvement.
Connected 3 different TV's, SONY 50", SAMSUNG (Older 27" & New 55" SMART TVs), still vertically pinched. VHS to DVD works OK except for the 3 HDMI vertically pinched output. Tried different mfg's of blank DVD & DVD-R & DVD+Rs. Purchased DVDs play correctly FULL height in all modes. HELP, JIM firstname.lastname@example.org
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Using a DVD-RW disk, try ALL different recording settings even if they don't seem probable and record a sample. If output is correct with all BUT the HDMI-cable, go through ALL picture format settings on the TV when a HDMI-cable is used. Different discs and HDMI cables don't have anything to do with this. I'm still chewing on this...
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as far as i can tell this monitor is not HDCP compliant ( High Def Copy Protection ) and therefore will not be suitable as a TV monitor. Computers can use non HDCP compliant monitors but TV Tuners, Satellite Receivers, DVD players etc with HDMI are HDCP compliant and must have a HDCP display... HDMI has two formats basically HDCP and non HDCP
Flat panel TVs don't have a yoke - that's the deflection coil for a Cathode Ray Tube (CRT) as used in older non-flat TVs. Some CRT TVs and monitors had flat screens (i.e. the face is flat) but the overall package isn't.
So I'm not sure what it is you want to do. If you are trying to get a computer monitor to display TV signals, use a video capture device (there are many). Some work with a computer, some don't. But you can't just feed the video into a computer monitor unless it is made to take it (usually with an RCA or BNC connector vs. VGA, DVI or HDMI connectors).
How old is Toshiba DVR620KU recorder and how long it started this problem? Does it playback previously recorded discs correctly? Did you tried lens cleaning disc in recorder to clean optical lens? These info will help me to suggest a solution. Thanks.
that problem is on the cable please try to play dvd or recorded tv shows. if you play dvd or recorded shows and picture is normal try to check the connection of your cable and try to touch the connector and move it gently then see the picture of your TV if there's changes
Multi-AV SCART adaptors with Input/Output signal switch (gold & nickel). A common misconception among game console owners is such connectors will allow RGB quality, while they are only CVBS and S-Videocompliant.
THESE CAN BE USED FOR NON HD DEVICES SUCH AS YOUR DVD-VCR, AND SKYTOP BOX
YOUR TV WILL HAVE AT LEAST 1 OF THE YELLOW WHITE RED COMPOSITE CONNECTION
if you TV has a feature called "Monitor" out, then you can take a "Feed"out, via, The AV, link, the Yellow, Video, Red & White Audio. wiring color to color, and selecting EXTERNAL IN on VCR. If this feature is available, whatever is on screen, is displayed out of that "Monitor Video & Audio Socket"
Get a TV manual and a VCR and have a look it will show you how.
First thing- why not just use the HDMI instead of standard def cables in the first place?
If the RCA-video (yellow composite cable) is not producing color, 1 of 2 things may be wrong:
1. You accidentally connected the a/v cables [yellow white and red] to [red green and blue] component inputs or vice versa, or..
2. Your TV or DVD player is somehow set to the wrong video format. Check the DVD settings for video output format and video connector type. Format should be NTSC, and connector should be composite and/or s-video for the cables you're using.
If this is only happening when connecting the DVD player through the VCR, then check to make sure the same cables connecting the DVD player to the the VCR are also connected to the TV from the VCR.
BTW- if this is just to record DVDs to a VCR, I'll tell you it's not worth it. If your DVD player has an HDMI port, your picture quality will be so much better than if you're watching a VCR copy of one. Your new HDTV will look worse than an old standard def TV. Worse; I'm not kidding.
I hope some of this helps.
The HDMI cable was causing "Display connected non-HDCP compliant" error message to appear. When
I reconnected my DVD to TV using regular cable with 3 color
connectors(i don't know what is the proper name for that cable) that
error message no longer appears on my screen and I was able to watch my