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Can the Roxio Game Capture Hd Pro capture 1080p off the PS3?

#11Fade2black001Posted 9/3/2013 1:18:56 PM
Well 1080i isn't HD anyways. Its technically 540P
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#12SinisterSlayPosted 9/3/2013 1:20:33 PM
Fade2black001 posted...
Well 1080i isn't HD anyways. Its technically 540P



I hate 1080i....


I had a game switch to me on that once.
I was like what the hell is wrong with my computer? Why is everything got a horizontal line through it.
Then after I restarted my computer and reloaded the game, I saw my TV say at the top right "1080i". I was like, ooooohhhh....
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#13WerdnAndreWPosted 9/3/2013 2:40:53 PM
SinisterSlay posted...
ivanwind15 posted...
SinisterSlay posted...
What?


Not even sure how you could encrypt an HDMI connection.


If this is true, I'm surprised we haven't seen "Designed for PS3" on HD TV's yet.


This post literally made me lol. Look up HDCP.


Hold on, so a TV can decrypt an encrypted signal, but a recorder can't?
WTF?


All HDTVs support HDCP but capture cards do not because its illegal I think. Has something to do with being able to record copyrighted material.
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#14ivanwind15Posted 9/3/2013 2:51:57 PM
WerdnAndreW posted...
SinisterSlay posted...
ivanwind15 posted...
SinisterSlay posted...
What?


Not even sure how you could encrypt an HDMI connection.


If this is true, I'm surprised we haven't seen "Designed for PS3" on HD TV's yet.


This post literally made me lol. Look up HDCP.


Hold on, so a TV can decrypt an encrypted signal, but a recorder can't?
WTF?


All HDTVs support HDCP but capture cards do not because its illegal I think. Has something to do with being able to record copyrighted material.


Not true at all. Whats up with people posting in this topic that they have no clue what they're talking about? <_<
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#15WerdnAndreWPosted 9/3/2013 2:54:30 PM
Soooo what was wrong with my post?
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#16burn420247Posted 9/3/2013 2:55:05 PM
From: ivanwind15 | #014
WerdnAndreW posted...
SinisterSlay posted...
ivanwind15 posted...
SinisterSlay posted...
What?


Not even sure how you could encrypt an HDMI connection.


If this is true, I'm surprised we haven't seen "Designed for PS3" on HD TV's yet.


This post literally made me lol. Look up HDCP.


Hold on, so a TV can decrypt an encrypted signal, but a recorder can't?
WTF?


All HDTVs support HDCP but capture cards do not because its illegal I think. Has something to do with being able to record copyrighted material.


Not true at all. Whats up with people posting in this topic that they have no clue what they're talking about? <_<


not sure what you think it has do to with....

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/High-bandwidth_Digital_Content_Protection
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#17ivanwind15Posted 9/3/2013 2:57:16 PM(edited)
Not all HDTVs support HDCP and it has nothing to do with being illegal, just breach of contract.

EDIT: To explain further, HDMI and HDCP are not free to use. A manufacturer must pay royalties to use them. HDCP comes with the additional agreement that it won't be used in any recording devices, or their licenses will be revoked and they'd be sued.
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#18WerdnAndreWPosted 9/3/2013 3:18:09 PM
I've never seen a HDTV not support hdcp, maybe when they first came out...
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#19DBNULLdPosted 9/3/2013 3:19:26 PM
WerdnAndreW posted...
I've never seen a HDTV not support hdcp, maybe when they first came out...


That's not the point at all. Boy did this topic derail.
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