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How to record HDMI video output?

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 ...
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capturing video from VHS flickers

I did this a few years ago, digitized dozens of my family's old home videos. The way I did it was, as at the time I was doing it from home and didn't have a IO device such as a DeckLink, I simply ...
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How to capture 4K screens?

As you know there are two solutions, one using your CPU, the other a dedicated GPU. CPU Solution As of today, the CPU solution exit for 4K content, at 60 fps, using x265 or x264 codec. x264 is ...
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Video corrupted because of force restart when capturing

Don't panic Download virtualdub and try to open in it. Try select "direct stream copy" and save new file. AVI container very easy to fix. If you using h264 codec inside, you can try to use my tool ...
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video format for pre-demosaic'ed stream

Turns out the answer is yes. Such format is called CinemaDNG and is used for professional video production since 2009. Here's the spec for the format: http://download.macromedia.com/pub/labs/...
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Video capture software for 10-bit 4K

Uncompressed Prores HQ at 10 bit will yield extremely large file sizes. Is there a reason you want prores? 4K 444 10bit uncompressed would be, in my opinion, better captured as an uncompressed AVI "...
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How to record HDMI video output?

By late 2018, the category "HDMI recorder" (#2 of your 3 questions) has become a commodity. Passthrough is taken for granted. Online retailers and auction websites have dozens of models for around ...
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