HDMI video output does not work on some formats
Depending on the video I/O card used, some video formats (mostly UHD/4K) will prevent HDMI output when using a RGB 16bit pixel format.
This issue is related to the lack of resources of the video I/O card. Please check your card manufacturer the limitations for the specific model you are using.
No video output on HDMI
HDMI output must be enabled in the Video Output tab in the Project settings.
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