The VR-4HD’s flexible output options include HDMI, RS232, I²S and SPDIF outputs. Using the VR-Connect system supplied with the product, an external SMPTE 1394 connection can also be used to extend the VR-4HD’s ability to work with a wider range of devices. Each output can be set up to support the audio mix, video resolution and frame rate. There are 3 alternative audio outputs so that analog type SPDIF can be used with the VR-4HD as well as digital output types such as I²S and SPDIF.
The VR-4HD can be configured to work with a master control device using the supplied IR/RF remote. This is handy for users with multiple similar equipment which do not have CV control and are only capable of latching the program material and running it through the VR-4HD.
The VR-4HD can display a variety of menus including PC, HDTV and RGB menu. Although it is meant for playback and recording control, it can also be used as a video-in device by setting the VR-4HD’s internal SMPTE system to play. The VR-4HD can display SMPTE code up to 24p.
Video and audio signals can be sent to the VR-4HD via the S-Video input port, allowing a control panel type function to be used for both input and output functions. The internal control system can also be used to playback regular analog video and audio signals. In addition the VR-4HD can be used as a component video out device depending upon the resolution and display mode selected.
2. I downloaded MIOPOCKET 4.0 and got it to run in Test Mode last night and it "installed" and ran but it is WAY to cumbersome (and slow) to use on a daily basis and since all I really want to add is a media player, it seems like overkill. So I'm looking at TCPMP but I could use some guidance...Is there a preferred version to run on the U310BT and how do I modify the Launcher app to point to it? d2c66b5586