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Ça fonctionne avec tous appareils qui a une source de sortie en HDMI, en 1080 ou 720, peut importe les fps.
Je m’en sert pour streaming avec iPad, caméras HD, Xbox...

Guillaume
· March 12, 2021
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No, there is no input mic jack on the MiraBox. MiraBox only has 3 ports: HDMI-input (left side), HDMI-output (right side) and USB (left side).
If you're using a camera: There is a high chance that your camera acquires audio from the on-camera mic and feeds it through its output HDMI signal; and this is where MiraBox w… see more
No, there is no input mic jack on the MiraBox. MiraBox only has 3 ports: HDMI-input (left side), HDMI-output (right side) and USB (left side).
If you're using a camera: There is a high chance that your camera acquires audio from the on-camera mic and feeds it through its output HDMI signal; and this is where MiraBox will pass the audio signal through. OBS Studio on my Linux system sees it as "MiraBox Video Capture, USB Audio" device and Audacity (also Linux) sees it as ALSA device. see less
No, there is no input mic jack on the MiraBox. MiraBox only has 3 ports: HDMI-input (left side), HDMI-output (right side) and USB (left side).
If you're using a camera: There is a high chance that your camera acquires audio from the on-camera mic and feeds it through its output HDMI signal; and this is where MiraBox will pass the audio signal through. OBS Studio on my Linux system sees it as "MiraBox Video Capture, USB Audio" device and Audacity (also Linux) sees it as ALSA device.

Steven T
· June 8, 2020
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yes. if you gaming computer has two hdmi output. :-)
Paul
· August 11, 2020
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No, It is video and audio and not a video file and there is no DC power until plugged into a comuter.
Rob S.
· June 22, 2020
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I purchased two of these and first connected them to a MacBook Pro. It worked flawlessly, the first one showed up as the "Mirabox" device, and the second one appeared as the "Mirabox 2" device. I was using OBS.

I then connected them to a Windows 10 computer. For a while, I was not able to get OBS to recognize the s… see more
I purchased two of these and first connected them to a MacBook Pro. It worked flawlessly, the first one showed up as the "Mirabox" device, and the second one appeared as the "Mirabox 2" device. I was using OBS.

I then connected them to a Windows 10 computer. For a while, I was not able to get OBS to recognize the second Mirabox (it always just showed one "Mirabox" device - nothing else). I fiddled for a few days and finally got the second one to be recognized (it finally appeared as "Mirabox 2"). I'm not sure what I did exactly to get it to work though. Now, I always leave the each box in the same USB 3.0 port and it always works. There might be an issue at the driver level on Windows 10 when it comes to distinguishing multiple devices of the same name. see less
I purchased two of these and first connected them to a MacBook Pro. It worked flawlessly, the first one showed up as the "Mirabox" device, and the second one appeared as the "Mirabox 2" device. I was using OBS.

I then connected them to a Windows 10 computer. For a while, I was not able to get OBS to recognize the second Mirabox (it always just showed one "Mirabox" device - nothing else). I fiddled for a few days and finally got the second one to be recognized (it finally appeared as "Mirabox 2"). I'm not sure what I did exactly to get it to work though. Now, I always leave the each box in the same USB 3.0 port and it always works. There might be an issue at the driver level on Windows 10 when it comes to distinguishing multiple devices of the same name.

Paul B.
· August 22, 2020
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You have to use another device that adapts rca to hdmi, they're not too expensive
Justin Doxtator
· January 9, 2021
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it does do this occasionally. if using OBS, simply deactivate then reactivate the video source. unsure about other software
Alessandro Scarlato
· November 9, 2020
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It only supports 1080 so it will drop to 1080. Most capture cards will have some delay to them. The more expensive ones have the least noticeable lag.
Alex Clarke
· February 4, 2021
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Yes it is compatible with zoom. Great quality. Highly recommend it.
Roha…
· June 8, 2020