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Discussion in 'iPad General Discussions' started by Dylanand, Jun 2, 2010.
Seems there's something called eyeTV mobile can receive TV.
Video input should be possible on iPad.
You should be able to do what you want with an iRecord device.
See www dot irecord dot com.
I don't have one of these, but the technology sounds promising.
This should do what you want - Composite video input, view in a browser or take a look at the Surveillance for AXIS Camera's app in the app store
www dot axis dot com/products/cam_m7001/index.htm
Cool! The only downside it has no audio input, in other words it only transmits picture.
Ipad video input
Hi,I think teachnically this is not possible as looking at the 30 pin out connector there is right and left audio line inputs but no option for composite or RGB video input.
lcd controller for ipad2 as a PC monitor, etc
www dot lcdparts dot net/LCDCDetail.aspx?ProductID=4145
Just thought I'd add my 2 cents to this conversation. I've kind of thought of a way you could do what you want to do whilst trying to accomplish my task which was to view my iphone screen on my ipad. If you want to put a camera view on your ipad then you could simply plug the camera into a laptop and bring up the camera display on there, then make use of a program called DisplayLink to extend your monitors to your laptop. If you then just drag the window displaying your camera into this extra monitor the live feed will then be displayed on your ipad. Just for extra knowledge, incidentally for my goal the same thing can be used to display the iphone screen by also using another program called AirServer to push the iphone screen to the laptop and through the same process as above then distribute the iphone screen to the ipad. Its a pretty long winded process but is a low cost solution for both goals so hope it helps anyone out there wanting to do this. Hopefully apple will add capability to do both these things eventually as it seems daft to have to do it this way, nevertheless an ends to a mean is better than nothing.
I think you are being insulting now, as people are trying to help you.
I have not seen what you are asking for done on the iPad. I do know there is a way to use the iPad as a second screen on a computer (PC or Mac) but I believe that requires wifi.
He doesn't want it on wifi, he needs a hardwire connection. How does this accomplish what he is looking for?
How is this to be used to accomplish what the OP wishes to do?