Tested and confirmed…Just played a quick Doom Eternal session on my Switch going through the VIM4, can’t really see any lag/quality issues, very nice!
I did try it with the Ubuntu Desktop install, and it didn’t work…I assume that is expected/anticipated at this point as it’s alpha/beta. I could install and run it, but when I turned the Switch on nothing happened…Although when I turned the switch the screen went blank (So I couldn’t see any of the desktop)…Weird, but again potentially expected at this point.
We want to get the HDMI IN data and encode it into H.264 format and then send it out. We are trying to combine the above example with the H.264 encoder example to achieve this. Do you think it is doable?
We intend to connect a camera to the HDMI input port of the VIM4 and encode it for stream via gstreamer. Is it possible to have the HDMI input exposed as a v4l2 video device? I see /dev/video70 and /dev/video71 but from v4l2-ctl —list-devices show they are not v4l2 video devices.