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SOLVED Has anyone tried 60hz Hdmi to Usb grabber on rpi 4?

Discussion in 'Hardware Support' started by Hubert Kosinski, 29 November 2020.

  1. Hubert Kosinski

    Hubert Kosinski New Member

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    Hello I've been looking to fix an issue I have. What I found out is that the hdmi grabber I'm currently using doesn't support 60hz and because of that it doesn't always work.
    I was looking at this grabber and I was wondering if anyone has tried it? I have a raspberry pi4 with 3.0 usb ports so hardware wise it should all be ok. Im just wondering of linux supports grabbers like that.
     
  2. Hubert Kosinski

    Hubert Kosinski New Member

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    Re:
    I just tested it.
    It works perfectly with Raspberry Pi 4. All you need to make sure is that you power the grabber separately with a good power supply.
    My specs are:
    Rpi4
    Hyperbian latest update
    Ws2812b
    10a 5v power supply running everything
     
  3. Jean-Francois

    Jean-Francois New Member

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  4. lbk21

    lbk21 New Member

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    Isn't the response slow when the led turns on?

    What product did you use?
     
    Last edited: 1 December 2020
  5. Jean-Francois

    Jean-Francois New Member

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    Nop, really fast at 1080 60hz, i use hyperhdr...
     
  6. Hubert Kosinski

    Hubert Kosinski New Member

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    For me also the response of the leds and the colors are amazing. 0 delay all I had to do is lower down the resolution in the hyperion ng web config for the usb grabber. Very hapoy with it.
     
  7. harun

    harun Hyperion-Fool

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    do you have screenshot with part
    You put lower down?

    thanks