A handmade HDMI capture card for the Raspberry Pi #HDMI #RaspberryPi @Raspberry_Pi
Reddit user Liksys posts a novel HDMI capture solution.
(A) HDMI video capture board that connects like raspicam to CSI interface. It uses Toshiba TC358743 chip, the HDMI-to-CSI bridge. For my IP-KVM project on Raspberry Pi, I needed to figure out how this chip works. Of course, the chip’s datasheet describes its application, but there are many nuances of schematics that can only be understood by physically touching the device.
And for owners of such devices. there is very fast video server available in order to stream HDMI video over the network with extra-low latency (~100ms).
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