RCA video is pretty much a dinosaur. You might see HDMI to RCA things but these usually work fine. Unless the HDMI signal is copy protected or you are trying to go from 60 Hz HDMI to 50 Hz PAL or such.
Can you reveal why this needs to happen. There are old school systems we used to do big screen dinosaur setups like a video camera on the ipad to the projector. Later we replaced the projector since its days have long passed.
Is there a way to convert an iPad Air to RCA (red, white, and yellow) output? I have the Lighting to HDMI converter and that works great.
I Googled this, and from what I can see, Apple did not make such a converter. They did make one for the older wider connection iPad/iPhone.
I thought I could get an HDMI to RCA converter and connect it to the Lightning to HDMI convert, but I have a feeling this is not going to work. So, I am asking first.