I am trying to find a solution to sending either an HDMI or Composite output through the TCP/IP network preferably via DLNA.
I found boxes like HDHomerun that do something similar with a tuner. This is my opinion is a lot more complex than what I am trying to do.
I do not need a tuner - just straight A/V signal into DLNA over the LAN, so this technology should be relatively easy to do. Have been doing a lot of searching over here and on the internet but for some reason cannot find any information for a device that can do that.
If you know of any device that can acheive that I would appreciate your feedback.
DLNA ‘pulls’ data to the Receiving device which then converts it to a Video/Audio signal!
If I follow you are looking to ‘push’ Video/Audio’ over a LAN to a single or multiple Displays?
There are HDMI over IP solutions – though keep in mind they don’t tend to live on the same network as your IP traffic and involve compression!
A bit more detail on what you are trying to achieve would be good.
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