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DM814x HDMI audio input
I'm using DM814x EVM with video conference application board (EZSDK version 05.03.01.15).
I would like to know if it is possible to capture audio using the HDMI input.
do u have hdmi receiver on DM8148 EVM?
Yes, on the daughter card (video conference application board rev B)
HDMI receiver on VC daughter cards supports audio. But we dont have driver for that.
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Thanks for the answer,
Are you planning to support it in a futur EZSDK release?
Sorry for interrupt.
I am almost doing the same thing described in this post.
I am also curious about HDMI audio capture driver
However, I have a custom board with a ITE HDMI receiver.
We dont have plan to support HDMI Audio input on SIL9135 as of now.
Do you have any suggestions if we are going to develop our own hdmi audio capture driver?
Where should be start from?
How did you end up handling your HDMI input issue?
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