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Hdmi grabber?

Discussion in 'Hyperion General' started by pigbait, 30 December 2018.

  1. eviltrooper

    eviltrooper New Member

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  2. Hiruma31

    Hiruma31 New Member

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    I bought the same hardware (VGB500 Grabber) and was about to send it back when I stumbled upon your message.
    I have the same setup: Raspberry Pi 4 and `hdmi_force_hotplug = 1` in /boot/config.txt.
    Raspbian Buster is fully up to date too.
    I tried installing hyperion.ng in its latest version, but can't seem to make the grabber detected.
    Would you mind sharing your config ?

    Edit: Actually managed to make it work :)
    I am not sure exactly what was the issue, I couldn't get the module uvcvideo, modprobe was throwing errors.
    I installed libuvc0-devel just in case.
    In the end, I rebooted the Raspberry and everything was detected properly.

    As far as my early tests went, it works perfectly with Kodi on one side and the PS4 on the other.
     
    Last edited: 1 December 2019
  3. akhak

    akhak New Member

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    Hi guys! It turns out that the problem is not solved? Hyperion does not support UYVY format ...
     
  4. Paulchen-Panther

    Paulchen-Panther Moderator Staff Member Developer

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  5. akhak

    akhak New Member

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  6. akhak

    akhak New Member

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  7. Paulchen-Panther

    Paulchen-Panther Moderator Staff Member Developer

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    output from dpkg
     
  8. akhak

    akhak New Member

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    I bought recently and still poorly versed in Linux .. can I find out how to install?
     
  9. Paulchen-Panther

    Paulchen-Panther Moderator Staff Member Developer

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    You just wrote how you wanted to install it. Simply the output from the terminal
     
  10. akhak

    akhak New Member

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    :thumbsup:
     
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  11. Teryon

    Teryon New Member

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    So far what is the best usb grabber to buy ?
    UTV007 is no more produced, UTVF007 doesn't work so well.
    So is VGB500 working ?
    the best would be HDMI in/out grabber.
     
  12. Paulchen-Panther

    Paulchen-Panther Moderator Staff Member Developer

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    Yes
     
  13. polochon37

    polochon37 Member

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  14. akhak

    akhak New Member

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  15. Cavoixanha

    Cavoixanha New Member

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  16. akhak

    akhak New Member

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    D..last position
     
  17. Cavoixanha

    Cavoixanha New Member

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    Last position is B
    D is third
    Sorry, A Commnent is confuse
     

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  18. NeeeeB

    NeeeeB Active Member

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    Go with the 4th one, on the right, I'm using it at the moment and it works like a charm, recognized directly by Hyperion.
     
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  19. akhak

    akhak New Member

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    IMG_20200630_203020.jpg
    D :thumbsup: at zero and third RPi
     
  20. HyperLEDs

    HyperLEDs New Member

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    This grabber doesn't work - I ordered what everyone here suggested, waited a month to receive it, only to see it's the wrong chipset.

    I've gone through three grabbers now without any luck - the most difficult part about using hyperion seems to be finding a grabber that actually works. I'm out of ideas. Anyone know of a confirmed grabber with a compatible chipset?

    Here are the details for the 4th grabber on the right (D) from the link above:

    *-usb:1
    description: Video
    product: USB Video
    vendor: MACROSILICON
    physical id: 3
    bus info: [email protected]:1.3
    version: 21.00
    capabilities: usb-2.00
    configuration: driver=usbhid maxpower=500mA speed=480Mbit/s