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Eddy Strong

join:2001-08-29
Naples, FL

What would I need to be able to record HD feed?

As the title says... what would I need to be able to record HD feed from a HDMI output into a PC?



drjim
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An HDMI capture device, similar to this one:

»www.newegg.com/Product/Product.a···15100049
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darcilicious
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reply to Eddy Strong

You might want to provide a little more information about what you mean by "HD feed" -- different devices + software can be used depending on your actual use/situation.
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IllIlIlllIll
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reply to Eddy Strong

as long as the "HD feed" content is in the clear and the capture and device providing the "HD feed" support HDCP, you can record from HDMI, otherwise you would have better luck using the component (analog) connection to record content.
i went through 3 different brand HDMI capture cards in an attempt to try and record/live stream game content from the PS3, not one of the cards would work because of HDCP on the PS3 console (not the game) and the capture card not supporting HDCP.
lots of HDMI capture cards are for sale but the one you want is one that is HDCP supported, just about impossible to find and those that are available range in the upwards price of $1,500 to $3,000.

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Kearnstd
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as well as software that will ignore any do not record flags.
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Eddy Strong

join:2001-08-29
Naples, FL
reply to Eddy Strong

Oh well... bubble bursted!

Thanks for the help guys!


robbin
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Leander, TX
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Not so fast -- check out the HDFury products. They are supposed to support HDCP. Haven't bought one yet but plan to.



IllIlIlllIll
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said by robbin:

Not so fast -- check out the HDFury products. They are supposed to support HDCP. Haven't bought one yet but plan to.

can you let me know if you can get it to operate on a PS3/Xbox please ?
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