A low cost USB3 loop out HDMI capture card #Video #HDMI #DVI
Yuzuki Hardware has developed the Yuzuki Loop Out HDMI Capture Card PRO, a low cost USB3.2Gen1 HDMI-USB Video Acquisition With Loop Out (Loop Out HDMI Capture Card), based on MS2130 and MS9332 + MS8003.
MS2130 is a USB 3.2 Gen 1 high-definition video and audio acquisition chip, which is internally integrated with USB 3.2 Gen 1 Device controller, data transceiver module, and audio and video processing module. The MS2130 can transmit the audio and video signals input by HDMI to a PC, smartphone, or tablet for preview or collection through the USB 3.2 Gen 1 interface. The MS2130 output supports YUV422 and MJPEG modes, and is compatible with Windows, Linux, Android and Mac OS systems. Support OBS Studio, Camera, and FFmpeg.
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