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I would use three pieces of hardware for this task. A recording laptop. A device that allows you to input the HDMI to the recording laptop, aka, a frame grabber. An HDMI spliter. A recording laptop Any old laptop will do, really. It doesn't need super specs, like dedicated graphics, but you certainly want at least a mid-range machine. Like an Intel i5 ...
Blackmagic Design's Decklink cards are a starting place for desktop computers: https://www.blackmagicdesign.com/products/decklink For laptops there's both Intensity: https://www.blackmagicdesign.com/products/intensity And UltraStudio: https://www.blackmagicdesign.com/products/ultrastudiousb3 Other companies also make such products (and even Blackmagic ...
Mac Mini does not have HDMI input. GF6 has no video output through USB.
Bandwidth issues aside, HDMI is "protected" by HDCP, which prevents you from doing anything like this. Depending on how noisy your neighborhood is RF-wise, this could work for you: http://www.amazon.com/Nyrius-Transmitter-Streaming-Satellite-NPCS549/dp/B009E6R89C
Some DSLRs output HDMI video that does not meet full HDMI specifications. It is not unusual to find combinations of source and destination gear that is incompatible. The HDMI can be viewed on permissive screens (consumer TV receivers, etc.) but not on more professional gear that strictly adheres to the HDMI standard protocols.
Which Lilliput monitor do you have and what exactly is the output format of the 5d Mkiii? Not all Lilliput screens can display progressive resolutions. Sometimes cameras provide "fake" interlaced on the monitor out (PsF) even if recording progressive to avoid that problem. It is a common problem with the BM Pocket Cinema Camera and (some) Lilliput screens ...
This should work: Hauppauge HD Personal Video Recorder 2 Gaming Edition Description The HD Personal Video Recorder 2 Gaming Edition from Hauppauge! allows you to record gameplay from your preferred gaming console in Full HD 1080p video. With HDMI input and output ports as well a component video input port, this personal video recorder supports ...
a) You can't output 10 different video signals on your single HDMI output. Besides limitation of the graphic card of your computer, that would also require generating/reading 10 different video streams from your computer. One possible option, depending on your project aim and structure, is to produce 1 hi definition video stream from your computer and use an ...
Instead of the Teradek unit, I would try the new Epiphan Pearl, which can stream and record to/from multiple sources.
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