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  1. 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): [1] Make sure everything is correctly plugged in, and make sure that your recording program says "Signal protected". [2] While the program is still open, and your Xbox One is turned on, hold the white power button on the console for 10 seconds [3] After 10 seconds, unplug the power cord from the back of the xbox. [4] Wait a few seconds, then plug the power cord back in, and turn your Xbox back on [5] 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) [1] Plug the Xbox directly to the HDMI slot in the back of your TV [2] Make sure your recorder is plugged into the computer. [3] Open the recording software and change the status to component. [4] Unplug the Xbox HDMi from the TV and plug it into the recorder, then plug the recorder into the same HDMI slot. [5] Switch the status on the software back th HDMi and it should say ready I will add a video shortly
  2. Hi guys, Sony has already released an update for PS4. The system update 1.70 patch has capabilities of disabling HDCP for PS4, so capturing HD content using capture programs will now be possible. No more "Signal Protected" issues for PS4. Articles: http://www.gamespot....p/1100-6419203/ http://www.ign.com/a...d-turn-hdcp-off So basically, PS4 is now compatible with RGC HD Pro & RGC.
  3. lioblade

    Signal Protected

    I've set up my Roxio to record some PlayStation 4 gameplay, everything is set up correctly. However where it says 'status' is reads 'signal protected' and the capture button is grayed out so i can't record. What does this mean, and how do i get around this problem?
  4. I recently setup roxio game capture hd pro for my new xbox one. It comes up with the error signal protected. Heres a picture of what it looks like and thanks for the support.
  5. I'm trying to record some CoD: Ghosts gameplay for my Youtube channel but the Capture screen reads signal protected. I tried disconnecting the Roxio, restarting my computer, and reattaching the Roxio, but its reading the same thing. I am recording on the Xbox One/ Is this an issue with anyone else. I didn't have a problem with it last week when I was recording. Should I try reinstalling the game capture software?
  6. stlkid314

    Signal Protected

    At first I was able to record fine on the Xbox One. I recorded a clip of battlefield 4 no problem then all of a sudden I get a Signal protected status, isn't that usually for like HDCP protection? Something the the Xbox one doesn't have? Anyway I turned the Xbox off for the night the next day Booted everything up and it worked again a few hours later I get the protected signal again. Not sure whats going on no settings have changed, I'm not on Netflix or anything just gaming.
  7. Kasaru

    Signal Protected

    I have used my Roxio HD Pro for months now, without any major problems (there's no doubt the software could be better), until today. Even when I plugged in a second input via HDMI from my PC, it worked fine. That part still works. Just out of the blue a few hours later, my PS3 decided that it didn't want to record, "Signal Protected". I have it set to record component, everything is hooked up perfectly, I even swapped in my PSP for a test, and same thing. It records for a few seconds, then the screen flashes, says "SIgnal Protected", then resumes recording an entirely new file. I even tried uninstalling, reinstalling, repairing, all that, nothing. Any fix for this, cause its most definitely the software. The attached picture was taken within the second or so that it happened. This time, it happened multiple times in quick succession, the empty spaces filled in with a green "ready".
  8. Why am i getting this error, I used a component hook up and it works but when I try with my HDMI cables i get signal protected and cant record.....please help :C
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