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Question: Why should I use USB 3.0 for HD video instead of HDMI or DisplayPort?
HDMI and DisplayPort are used to connect a video source (for example, Set-top box, DVD player, laptop, PC) to a display, such as, TV, monitor. USB 3.0 is used to transmit streaming video data (camera) to a host PC for image processing or recording.