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Can the DAC-200 be used as an audio converter?

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Can the DAC-200 be used as an audio converter?

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The DAC-200 needs color burst from the video signal in order to start the conversion process. The DAC-200 will be unable to convert the audio signal if a video stream is not present. The only work around is to run video through the converter and later delete the video track in your system. Q: Can the DAC-200 convert black & white video from a CCTV camera? A: No, because it needs “color burst” in the video stream. If you need to convert video from a wlack & white camera, please take a look at our DAC-15. Q: Why do I keep getting a green screen on my monitor? A: When the DAC-200 is not actively processing a video signal it displays green. This is caused by a chip used within the converter and cannot be changed. Q: Will the DAC-200 work with my Mac? A: Yes, the DAC-200 works well with Macs. Imovie and the various versions of Final Cut have worked well with all of Datavideo’s converters. Datavideo is currently in the process of obtaining qualification for the DAC-200. Q: What is the differ

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