Discussion in 'HDMI Audio' started by ok1ok1, Oct 22, 2014.
Yep, links to tools for doing this are in the original post.
El Capitan 10.11.5. I connected through the GTX 750 Ti two monitors: Philips 224 E + TV LG LF650V. Both with a resolution 1920х1080. Philips is connected to the port DVI, TV LG - to the port HDMI. They work good with full hardware video acceleration. For HDMI sound I have tried the method described above and @toleda method. In both cases, I get only one working HDMI sound: PHL 244E5. How can I fix this? Or how to make it work at least one HDMI, but the TV LG, as it is more important for me.
P.S. In Win all work good
No idea. You may want to find out if OSX even supports multiple hdmi audio outputs. Best of luck to you.
Works well on my GTX 950.
Worked like a charm on GTX 670 w/ OS Sierra.
oh well. Beta3 messed that up. back to the drawing bd.
Worked like a charm on OS X EL Capitan 10.11.6 ; THANK YOU !!!!
This it working beautifully in my system except for one aspect. I run my Yosemite (10.10.1) server through a Pioneer 7.1 channel receiver at 4K 30fps via DVI to HDMI and I have run into an issue when the receiver gets shutdown. This seems to cause my system to crash the AppleHDA kext as I loose all audio outputs in the midi selection and additionally it causes then just about any app that is looking for or assigned and audio device to lockup. This was not the case when I ran the audio channel separately over optical, however that was never reliable at sending PCM for full surround while this solution is.
Does anyone have any thoughts on this? It is a 24/7 server that not only acts as my workstation and media centre PC, but also my home automation server so minimum downtime is critical.
Works absolutely great with my GTX960! Thanks a bunch...
Now if we'd have something like that for DisplayPort, that would be awesome...
Works with ELC and GTX 680.
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