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Three possibilities: Use AppleTV. Use an appropriate adapter, such as an Apple Digital AV adapater or Apple VGA adapter. (Works only if you have a 4th generation iPod Touch.) Use a document camera to record and project your device's screen. For demos where you want to show interaction with the device, this is a common setup.
About the iPhone/iPad frame images - they are available when you're a registered iOS developer: http://developer.apple.com/appstore/resources/marketing/ They are a very high quality Photoshop files (for printing and for screen use).
In the past Steve has used a specially modified iPad and iPhone for screen display, tethered with an on-stge cord. The iPad 2 has been widely reported to do screen mirroring via the Apple HDMI adaptor. For your purposes, the iPad 2 would seem to be the best choice. Exclusive to the iPad 2 that will be hailed by educators, presenters, and anyone else ...
There are many iOS devices (some with previous generation hardware and running older iOS). If the original question is referring to iPad, iPad 2, iPod Touch 4th Generation, and iPhone 4, there are now two new optional Apple accessories available at Apple Store (US). Both allows video out (up to 1080p and mirroring for iPad 2; up to 720p with no mirroring ...
In Keynote's prefs, under the "Slideshow" tab, there's a pair of radio buttons to set which display to do the presentation on, and which to do the "presenter view" on. Took me a while to find it too, but there it is!
It sounds like OS X isn't properly detecting the resolutions your projector can support. The best workaround would probably be SwitchResX. It's a shareware app (from what I can tell, no functionality restrictions) that allows you to set custom resolutions (and other display options). Set up one that you've confirmed your projector can support and give it a ...
You can get DVI to HDMI adapters from around $4 online on Amazon, (just search for ‘DVI to HDMI’ on any online shopping site). As for the quality, most of the adapters that I have seen are able to do HD video and such. Hope this helped!
Believe me you are looking for something like Apple TV and Apple computer made in or after 2011 with Mountain Lion installed. It's called Airplay Mirroring. Or alternatively you can achive something similar with this app
You basically need to have your macbook output to two displays, which it won't do easily/willingly. There are a couple hacks...either doing the display output over USB or using a matrox display. See more info: here One really hacky solution might be to output via air display to and iPad (hooked up to a projector)for the 2nd monitor. I'll buy you a beer if ...
No - according to the specifications for that projector - they support set top boxes only and not computer playing DVD. The player they provide runs on Windows and basically draws sequence of frames at double refresh rate so that each eye sees every other frame (they call it side by side) to create the illusion of a 3D scene. There is also reference to 60 ...
HDMI will provide a higher resolution. You don't need to use any sort of special 'Mac' or Apple produced cable for this - DVI to HDMI cables are widely available and affordable from the Internet retailer of your choice. Just hook it up and you're good to go. (N.B. while HDMI is capable of carrying Audio as well as Video, the DVI output on your MBP does not ...
I've used this little app before and it works quite well. http://www.mowlem-enterprises.co.uk/screenutil/ScreenUtil_v1.0.zip You'd just throw that into your image in your terminal path somewhere (/usr/sbin) then you can ARD shell command the terminal command you need or script it into the image.
Keynote uses the primary display as the display for the audience view. The secondary display is used to show a "presenter view" which shows the current and upcoming slides, an elapsed time timer and anything else you've set up the presenter view to show (to customize this view go to Play -> Customize Presenter Display...). You can turn off the Presenter ...
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