What is HDMI with Ethernet

There’s a reason why High-Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) cables and ports can work well with Ethernet cables and ports and vice-versa. They’re both high-bandwidth delivery formats that are compatible with each to the point that using Cat5/Cat6/Cat7 cables and HDMI to Ethernet conversion kits are so popular in extending the maximum usable length of an…

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Learn How to Split HDMI Audio and Video Effectively Into Two Streams or More

There are many reasons why people need to split the audio and video output from an HDMI connection. For instance, they might need to output HDMI from a camcorder that’s live-streaming over an HDMI projector. However, the projector’s speaker might be terrible, necessitating the use of an audio output but there’s only an HDMI output…

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HDMI vs. USB – Which Is The Better File Transfer and Audio-Visual Transmission Format?

You can’t really quantify whether the High-Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) format or the Universal Serial Bus (USB) format is better. It’s like comparing apples to oranges when you attempt to make a debate on HDMI vs USB. They’re essentially good for their specific applications so unless you were to switch them out and try them…

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