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HDMI-IN port as a video capture device?

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Hello, 

 

My all-in-one desktop computer has HDMI-in and HDMI-out ports.  I've tested HDMI-in port by switching display from PC to HDMI input (small button on rear bottom-right side).  

 

My question is:  Can this PC handle a HDMI-IN port as an input for video capture device?  Or is a separate, USB attached video capture device inevitable? 

 

Thanks, 

Shokre 

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Hello
that's an interesting question.
If you have an HDMI in, it is intended to connect, for example, a game console.
So you are going to get the console image on the screen, nothing more.
I don't know if this can work, but let's say you hook up a video camera, if that's what you think you will.
Logically, if it works it will be like the console, you will have the image, but you can not do anything more, since the computer part does not work ..
But this is only a theory, I do not know all the functionality of this type of computer!

 


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