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Ps2 On Rgc Pro?


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I managed to get the latest 1.1 software to work with my PS3. Though no 1080p output to my monitor anymore, it does give me have 1080i. Now I'm trying to get my PS2 to work with the RGC Pro. Living in Europe, it should output on either 480i/480p/576i. Using the RGC Pro it outputs on 576i and I get a nice 'HDMI out of range' OSD (one I can't ditch BTW). The RGC Pro software doesn't allow me to change the 576i output at all. This while the PS3 allows me to downgrade the output to 480p.

 

Is there any way to get the PS2 to work on 480p with the software?

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You don't understand the concept of pass through...

 

The RGC takes what come from the Input side and passes it through the Output side. It also splits the Input, converts to a proprietary digital and pushes that down the USB to the PC.

 

Other than that, Roxio changes nothing -_-

 

I suspect there is more going on in your setup than you have described.

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You don't understand the concept of pass through...

 

The RGC takes what come from the Input side and passes it through the Output side. It also splits the Input, converts to a proprietary digital and pushes that down the USB to the PC.

 

Other than that, Roxio changes nothing -_-

 

I suspect there is more going on in your setup than you have described.

 

Then I think the software and the RGC Pro doesn't understand pass through either... My PS3 runs 1080p without a problem on my monitor but using the RGC Pro it doesn't get any better than 1080i. When I set the PS3 to 1080p I get a blue screen. Also, using the RGX software I can change the profile in the General tab to 480p, 720p and 1080i) which are the resolutions the PS3 supports using the RGC Pro). The PS2 supports 480i and 480p (and the HDMI converter I use even supports 576i), but the software only tells me that the PS2 supports 576i on that same General tab. Hence my posted question...

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NO pass through is just that - NOTHING CHANGES!

 

In your first post you mentioned HDMI. I am assuming you run Component from your PS3 to the RGC then HDMI from the RGC to your Monitor???

 

IF that is true you may find that the HDCP code is an issue with your Monitor... The error message on a Monitor may not be accurately reporting the issue.

 

I have no idea what "RGX Software" is or does.

 

What output setting do you have your PS 3 Set to use?

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NO pass through is just that - NOTHING CHANGES!

 

In your first post you mentioned HDMI. I am assuming you run Component from your PS3 to the RGC then HDMI from the RGC to your Monitor???

 

IF that is true you may find that the HDCP code is an issue with your Monitor... The error message on a Monitor may not be accurately reporting the issue

 

The PS3 not using 1080p with the RGC Pro is an issue with the RGC Pro. When I use the same HDMI cable I'm using from the RGC Pro directly from my PS3 to my monitor I DO HAVE 1080p on it. So why doesn't the RGC Pro pass through 1080p in a normal way? Looks like the RGC Pro doesn't just simply pass through, but also does something with the signal as well, or I'd have 1080p through the RGC Pro as well...

 

About the software, check the settings. There you see the modes the RGC Pro is operating under, which can be used for the software to capture on the PC'S HDD. For my PS3 it tells me 480p, 720p and 1080i and for the PS2 it tells me just 576i (where the PS2 should not be able to broadcast on that resolution, and only in 480i normally and 480p for certain games).

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OK, we seem to be in a horse to water situation ;)

 

If HDMI to your Monitor works, use an HDMI splitter BEFORE the RGC Device! Then you have a pure signal to your Monitor and another to the RGC.

 

Not sure that'll work since the PS3 doesn't allow the capture of the HDMI signal through the RGC Pro device - I need the composite cable for that. When attaching HDMI, the output will be put through it, cancelling out the composite output (which I need for the RGC Pro).

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