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Ps3 Signal Protected


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Hey guy's,

 

Was wondering if anyone could give me a heads up.

 

I am not able to record due to the signal being protected.

 

I have a HDMI set up into and out of the Roxio Game Capture and am trying to record playing Black Ops 2. I also have RCA left and right audio in and out of the RGC. I can see everything on my laptop that I am doing on the PS3, it just will not record. :blink:

 

I had read somewhere that the output from to PS3 to the roxio needs to use the component chords (YPbPr), if this is correct and it cannot use the HDMI + Audio... does that mean I have to buy an adapter for the PS3 so that I can use the component chords??

 

Not sure what to do here would appreciate any advice :)

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Hey guy's,

 

Was wondering if anyone could give me a heads up.

 

I am not able to record due to the signal being protected.

 

I have a HDMI set up into and out of the Roxio Game Capture and am trying to record playing Black Ops 2. I also have RCA left and right audio in and out of the RGC. I can see everything on my laptop that I am doing on the PS3, it just will not record. :blink:

 

I had read somewhere that the output from to PS3 to the roxio needs to use the component chords (YPbPr), if this is correct and it cannot use the HDMI + Audio... does that mean I have to buy an adapter for the PS3 so that I can use the component chords??

 

Not sure what to do here would appreciate any advice :)

 

Power off the PlayStation 3. Connect a console specific Component AV cable** to the A/V port of the console. An HDMI connection is not possible from the PS3 due to HDCP (Sony protected) video out. Next, plug the color corresponding Component Video and RCA Audio cables to the inputs on the Roxio GameCAP HD PRO device.

 

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