I think there are devices the strip/can record hdcp. These are usually used for recording
gameplay directly off Xbox and PlayStation. If you are looking for one that is where I
On 4 Jun 2018, at 9:50 pm, Julien Goodwin via luv-main
On 04/06/18 20:46, Mark Trickett via luv-main
From what I have read and the like, HDMI is supposed to be a "secure"
connection that does not allow recording. My experience so far bears
HDMI on its own isn't, HDCP is the encryption standard, but yes,
anything that displays commercial content is likely encrypted.
The old HDCP1 is completely broken, as far as I'm aware HDCP2 (used for
4k video) isn't.
this out. I have a Viewer Assist Satellite
Television system, the
satellite dish, the LNB, and the set top box. That said box is a UEC
device, actually a custom Linux box with an infrared remote control
for the choice of channel and the like. It has the outputs for
component signal to the TV, and HDMI. I used to use it with an old
style tube TV, to good effect, but it is now connected to a reasonable
LED TV that has the option to record to USB, but will not do so for
Is there any way to subvert that, with a PC in the middle, is it even
possible to put a HDMI signal into a PC, or is the PC out to a monitor
Devices that will (usually as a side affect) strip HDCP do exist, not
sure how legal such things are in Australia, but they're easy enough to get.
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