Looking to dive into HDMI over IP. Has anyone had good success with integrating Roomie with an HDMI over IP system (not HDBase T)? If so, what are you using?
I used Atlona PRO3 until 2019, but that’s more of a matrix and I’m not sure they really push that anymore. The newer Omnistream line seems so commercial-oriented that I haven’t researched it enough to see if it could be viable in a home environment. We have great control over PRO3.
I recently added support for Savant’s IP video distribution. It’s all controlled by Roomie though. This is why I added SSH support. Basically it uses SSH into the Savant Host. I don’t think I would recommend this path as a solution to an IP video requirement unless you have some other reason you have to use Savant or for instance you’re creating a migration path away from Savant. In that scenario, I could write up tips on the SSH and Automator scripts I use to take over the system.
I would be very interested to hear about other systems that work well. I would like to try an IP video product that was a pure solution. Wasn’t there something from SnapAV/Binary?
I have a close friend who does home automation (too expensive to use for me). In his top 5 is the MoIP from Binary. Crestron, AV Pro #2, and Elan are his other favorites but I think those are all proprietary. I’ve had good luck with HDBaseT from Binary. Would love if we could integrate with MoIP.
I got this response from Just add Power when fishing around…just passing the info. No experience with
"We do not have turn-key integration at this time. If you have a contact at Roomie Remote, we would be willing to discuss cooperative integration.
Here is some info on what would be required:
AMP Standards: JPSW Matrix Control - Just Add Power Support
Here are our current control options:
AMP VLAN - Just Add Power Support
I’ll look into Pro3
Blustream do a very capable video over IP system using multicast. The IP200UHD system is easy to setup and reliable. Control via drag&drop TV app works well too.
Full API available as well for integration.