[mythtv-users] Cheap HDMI capture

Mitch Capper mitch.capper at gmail.com
Tue Jun 28 16:58:28 UTC 2016

I would recommend just hooking this into a dedicated usb to Ethernet
adapter that plugs into your backend. Its < $10, will allow for as many as
you want without any collisions, and would be easy to setup.  Its great the
new versions use h264, clearly an underpowered chip probably causing the
resolution problems,  the old ones claim 1080p at 60fps with MJPEG (although
the quality issues are apparent).

Now if there was only a midrange version for did multi-channel audio and
1080p:)    As for the aliexpress special Graeme do you know how many audio
channels it supports, its sadly still re-encoding the audio.   One would
think some of these would just pass through the HDMI audio, although I am
guessing its mainly a bandwidth issue instead.


On Tue, Jun 28, 2016 at 9:04 AM, Jan Ceuleers <jan.ceuleers at gmail.com>

> On 27/06/16 21:57, jrh wrote:
> > Looks like it could be used with the ip tv stuff in mythtv. vlc was able
> to view it directly with a url like:
> >
> > rtp://@
> So can several of these be present on the LAN at the same time?
> The initial blog said or suggested that the transmitter and the receiver
> needed to be interconnected directly, i.e. by means of a point to point
> Ethernet link, but the product page for the V3 variant of this thing on
> Amazon says that they can be connected to a LAN.
> Hence my question: can several of these transmitters coexist on the same
> LAN, and if so how does one address them individually?
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