Our firm makes use of 1x2 HDMI Splitters and on all 15+ models in use we're intermittently shedding feed on one of many outputs. Particularly, the video feed is being misplaced on a Raspberry Pi module that's encoding our video feed. We've additionally run the HDMI Splitter output to a Teradek IP Encoder and have skilled no points right here. Curiously, there's additionally no feed loss if we remove the HDMI splitter and run on to the Raspberry Pi. There's something distinctive creating the feed loss when the HDMI Splitter and Raspberry Pi are in sequence.
Our present troubleshoot is to energy cycle the Raspberry Pi which regains the video feed inside 10-20 seconds. Nonetheless, the difficulty persists and tends to drop each 10-Half-hour with none decided trigger.
Right here is our setup:
DJI (Drone) Smart Controller >>> to OREI 1x2 HDMI Splitter >>> Output 1: SportScope EDGE Replay (which is a Raspberry Pi) >>> Output 2: can differ between a Teradek encoder (no points) or secondary a Raspberry Pi (identical feed loss happens on each)
Extra details and troubleshooting:
-We've tried utilizing alternate HDMI cords
-We've tried utilizing one other model 1x2 HDMI Splitter with the identical features. The end result is identical.
-The HDMI decision output is about to 720p and each IP encoders are set to just accept 720p inputs
-The issue persists regardless if the HDMI Splitter Output #2 is linked to a secondary Raspberry Pi or one other video encoder.
I am curious if there's one other kind of 1x2 HDMI Splitter we should always think about using? Is there backend coding that may assist the Raspberry Pi to auto refresh the feed by itself if a lapse is detected? I am not skilled sufficient on this space to know what could also be inflicting the difficulty. Any assist can be significantly appreciated. Thanks!