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Blue Screen When Changing To 720P


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I have one major problem with the RGC device. When I don't have my PC running and I'm playing a game that doesn't support 1080p, the HDMI screen turns blue the moment the PS3 lowers the resolution to 720p. I can do with the device all I want (reconnect the USB cable that is), but the screen stays blue. This means that when I'm NOT streaming I'm forced to keep my PC on for over half of the games I have in my library.

 

Is there a way around this? I know I could get a HDMI switch and use the HDMI port when not streaming, but that'd mean yet an other cable between the PS3/PC and monitor. Not to mention that the RGC should not be influenced by the lowered resolution but just keep forwarding the signal.

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The PS 3's HDMI output is locked due to HDCP. the easiest way is to switch to component cables. most games on PS 3 are natively rendered at 720p, and if you have it set to 1080i or 1080p, the system is just really up-scaling the picture to fit the display resolution.

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I have one major problem with the RGC device. When I don't have my PC running and I'm playing a game that doesn't support 1080p, the HDMI screen turns blue the moment the PS3 lowers the resolution to 720p. I can do with the device all I want (reconnect the USB cable that is), but the screen stays blue. This means that when I'm NOT streaming I'm forced to keep my PC on for over half of the games I have in my library.

 

Is there a way around this? I know I could get a HDMI switch and use the HDMI port when not streaming, but that'd mean yet an other cable between the PS3/PC and monitor. Not to mention that the RGC should not be influenced by the lowered resolution but just keep forwarding the signal.

 

Look at this https://www.youtube....fs=1&autoplay=1

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