Converting an old Video system into something Modern

aedwards415

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This isn't for home, but rather for church. We have decided that we want to start recording our services, which is something that we used to do in the past. The good news, is that a plethora of cable is already run. BNC, CAT5, and even some VGA. The problem comes from connecting the media computer (the one that has all the words on it) tot the ATEM switcher.

The setup look like this: VGA from the computer, to a switcher, switcher to a splitter/signal amplifier, The Splitter converts it into RGBHV, and then that cable runs to the different projectors. The ATEM switcher is up in a closet about 100 feet away. Thankfully, the RGBHV cable already runs up that way, but I have no clue how to get that signal converted over to something that the ATEM switcher can read.

Any thoughts? I hope the setup makes sense. I'd be happy to go into further detail if needed. Thanks!
 

aedwards415

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Interesting. So you think I could go out of here, and then maybe VGA to HDMI converter?
 
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