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Eric.
Thanks for the question. We are rolling out projectors and doc cams in
almost every class.. so your info will be something I will look for as we do
this.
I just finished making a crib sheet to help users support themselves.
(cables, lamps, etc)
If this is something you could use,  please feel to use it.  I have the
original if you want an edittable copy.

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On Mon, Aug 31, 2009 at 11:48 AM, Eric Hall <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> I am wondering if anyone is running computer/document camera inputs to the
> same LCD projector with the ability to switch between the two at 1024x768
> resolution for both.
>
> I am using standard VGA cables between computer, doc cam, and LCD. Hoping
> to
> have source switching done on the camera vs. LCD.
>
> I have tried a couple of document cameras and they all seem to "dumb down"
> the computer pass-through resolution to 800x600... Won't pass 1024x768
> through to LCD, computer output only shows when reduced to 800x600. The
> alternative seems to be running both VGA (from computer) and s-Video (from
> doc cam) to the LCD, but S-Video resolution is lowered that way. Two VGA
> may
> be possible, but few projectors seem to have this and we have had issues
> with the LCD picking up a second VGA source (InFocus says the doc cams have
> a "weak signal").
>
> True: I am working with inexpensive projectors and cameras, but I still
> feel
> this should work!
>
> Suggestions, tips, hints, WELCOME!
>
> Eric Hall
> Technology Coordinator
> Waterbury/Duxbury Schools
> Washington West Supervisory Union
> Waterbury, VT
> (802) 244-6100
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