Flip VGA Signal 180 degrees?


J

jaymueller

I have a projector that I mounted to my ceiling...only to find I can't
flip the video signal via the projector itself. I can rotate the
image via drivers...but it's a huge hassle, as I just want to use the
Dual Display Clone mode.

Any thoughts on a possible analog solution? Such as rewiring the
video signal?
 
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B

Bob Myers

I have a projector that I mounted to my ceiling...only to find I can't
flip the video signal via the projector itself. I can rotate the
image via drivers...but it's a huge hassle, as I just want to use the
Dual Display Clone mode.

Any thoughts on a possible analog solution? Such as rewiring the
video signal?

It's not possible to do this simply by changing the wiring of
the video signal/connector itself; it would have to be done
by drivers in the source (which is a hassle, as you noted)
or in the projector - or can you simply bounce the projected
image off the right combination of mirrors to get you where
you need to be?

What sort of projector is it?

Bob M.
 
J

jaymueller

It's not possible to do this simply by changing the wiring of
the video signal/connector itself; it would have to be done
by drivers in the source (which is a hassle, as you noted)
or in the projector - or can you simply bounce the projected
image off the right combination of mirrors to get you where
you need to be?

What sort of projector is it?

Bob M.

Dell 3400MP..no option built in to rotate it =/
 
B

Brian

Dell 3400MP..no option built in to rotate it =/

As am not used to projectors, could it be that this projector is
designed to be mounted on the ceiling upside-down?

Brian
 
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