ludi wrote:Any particular reason for streaming it, instead of just uploading the data from the camera in the usual way?
TheEmrys wrote:Why not just use an eye-fi SD card in your GoPro? It'll allow you to access everything over your wifi. They show up on woot every month or so for pretty good deals.
vargis14 wrote:!080p @ 60fps is a lot of data for wireless. I cannot see it not skipping. A bluray disc can saturate a wifi n connection.
just brew it! wrote:Even 60 FPS seems marginal for something moving that fast. You're starting to get up into the realm where a specialized high speed camera is needed.
Not to derail the thread, but why would the output from a helmet cam be copy protected?BooTs wrote:If you do have some issue with HDCP (hdmi based copy protection) then you can usually overcome that in software pretty easily. In my case I use the avermedia software to view the HDMI input and then capture that screen using Xsplit (other softwares work the same) and can record and stream from there.
Usacomp2k3 wrote:What's your budget. How about something like this:
DeckLink Mini Recorder
http://www.amazon.com/AVERMEDIA-Broadca ... B006T8QCYA
Airmantharp wrote:Only the top-end Decklink $1000 part (built for 4K) can do 1080p60; the Avermedia is still recording 1080p30 when fed 60FPS.
I don't see why this is so hard... recording HDMI should be a fairly simple affair.
Airmantharp wrote:I don't see why this is so hard... recording HDMI should be a fairly simple affair.
just brew it! wrote:Airmantharp wrote:I don't see why this is so hard... recording HDMI should be a fairly simple affair.
The raw stream represents nearly 400 MB/sec of data. Any way you slice it, that's not easy to deal with. It is more bandwidth than a PCIe x1 slot, a gigabit Ethernet connection, or a mechanical hard drive; doing real-time video compression at that resolution and frame rate is also difficult.
Chrispy_ wrote:The funny thing is that a GoPro Hero 3 Black can record AND encode 1080p60 to H264 for hours using BATTERIES in a tiny device that weighs nothing!
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