Hey guys! After many trials and errors, I have finally figured out how to get your Xbox One to correctly be captured! I had problems with it ever since I got the Xbox One, and I have noticed many threads regarding the problem. Finally I have figured out a solution! I hope this thread helps!
Note: I have had 2 different ways that have worked for me multiple times. The first has worked for me most times, while the second method works some times.
Note 2: As soon as you open any video related app, the signal will go back to protected.
Method 1 (Works Most Times):
 Make sure everything is correctly plugged in, and make sure that your recording program says "Signal protected".
 While the program is still open, and your Xbox One is turned on, hold the white power button on the console for 10 seconds
 After 10 seconds, unplug the power cord from the back of the xbox.
 Wait a few seconds, then plug the power cord back in, and turn your Xbox back on
 On the program, switch the Input back to HDMI. The status should now say "Ready" and you should be able to capture or stream.
Method 2 (This method has worked a few times)
 Plug the Xbox directly to the HDMI slot in the back of your TV
 Make sure your recorder is plugged into the computer.
 Open the recording software and change the status to component.
 Unplug the Xbox HDMi from the TV and plug it into the recorder, then plug the recorder into the same HDMI slot.
 Switch the status on the software back th HDMi and it should say ready
I will add a video shortly