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RPi + Other Software HDMI Grabber - what's up?

Discussion in 'Hardware Support' started by Claudio Branco, 19 August 2019.

  1. Claudio Branco

    Claudio Branco Cranco

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    Hey guys

    Is anybody successfully (or knows someone) using a HDMI grabber ? Instead of usb and AV converter combo...

    I've seen a bit of chit chat but nothing solid...

    Thoughts?
     
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  3. TPmodding

    TPmodding Administrator Staff Member Administrator

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  4. Claudio Branco

    Claudio Branco Cranco

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    Are these chipsets compatíble or with the PI4 is that irrelevant ?
     
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    TPmodding Administrator Staff Member Administrator

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    dont know...thats the reason why i said that someone can test it :)
     
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    TPmodding Administrator Staff Member Administrator

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    MJPEG is supportedd now in hyperion.ng
     
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  11. Mike72

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    Is H264 also supported in hyperion.ng?
     
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  13. Claudio Branco

    Claudio Branco Cranco

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  14. Mike72

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    I have (had) the same from China. Worked out-of-the-box on a Raspberry Pi 3A +. But after half a year, stopped working. I think it was the heat problem that you mentioned. I go back to the "EasyCap" grabber, less heat Problems.
    Maybe it's another chipset? Plug it into a Windows computer. The device manager should show an "OEM Capture" or "usbtv007". That's the right chipset. Or some error in the config.
     
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  15. Claudio Branco

    Claudio Branco Cranco

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    When I use old grabber everything works
    With the new just black screen
    Will try on pc
    I've already created a down to size heat sink for it... (maybe should've tested first lol)
    I think it was one of the admins or top posters that had one
     
  16. TPmodding

    TPmodding Administrator Staff Member Administrator

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    i have one yes, but to be honest, just made some little test to so if and how it works...didnt use it for a long time because my receiver outputs on cvbs too
     
  17. Claudio Branco

    Claudio Branco Cranco

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    So you have your receiver outputting max quality on HDMI output and CVBS simultaneously for the PI ?
    Does it output max 4k on one end and 1080 on the other ? And for HDR?
     
  18. TPmodding

    TPmodding Administrator Staff Member Administrator

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    i dont have 4k receiver...

    but there are some that should have multiple outputs, like this
     
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  19. Claudio Branco

    Claudio Branco Cranco

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  20. Mike72

    Mike72 Member

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    Some older AVR gives HDMI sources parallel out to HDMI and convert it to CVBS, except HDCP material.
    HT-S3800_HT-R395_Rear.jpg
    Have you try it?
     
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