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Signal Protected


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​​Ok so I bought A Roxio Game Capture HD PRO to make and upload videos on youtube. I dont use anyone colorful plugs into it, all i use is the usb to my computer and 2 hdmi cabels that go to my ps3 and television. I installed the software and it works great, I can see the things im doing on my tv and everything's great.. But only this one thing that says next to input: HDMI and it says status: Signal Protected i sometimes it changes onto ready but only for a second.. and I CANT RECORD my gameplay! Will anyone please give me a link that will help me or tells me what to do in the display settings for it to work.. I will really aprecitate it. Thanks.

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Connect the PS3 to you Capture card using a cable like this

 

http://www.amazon.ca/Playstation-PS3-Component-Premium-Cable/dp/B004N7SIW8/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1349466110&sr=8-3

 

The following is from the Roxio Quick start guide, pay attention to the last line

 

Game Capture HD PRO Quick Start Guide

Power off Xbox® 360 or PlayStation® 3. For Xbox® 360, connect a HDMI cable*

to the HDMI port of the console or a console specific Component AV cables*

to the A/V port of the console. For PlayStation3, connect a console specific

Component AV cable to the A/V port of the console. HDMI connection does

not work for PS3 due to HDCP (protected)

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