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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.

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Well it DOES have HDCP protection and "applies it as needed" :huh:

 

That phrase makes me suspect that it is applying it more vigorously than intended...

 

If the game were protected you would expect it to show up at the start, not an hour into it -_-

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It's weird I have it working now. I switched it to component, then it went off because I have it all thorough HDMI then switched it back to HDMI and Have not had a problem with it since. Guess the Roxio got confused I don't know.

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Where is Component on an Xbox One?

 

Or did you mean within the RGC Capture interface? I seem to recall having to make a manual switch and back in the RGC software but nothing that has to be done all of the time... :glare:

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I mean in the interface. I guess doing that some how knocked it out of copy protection mode which it shouldn't be in on the Xbox one. So far I have only done it once so I will have to see if it does it again.

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I having been having the same problem only thing is Roxio never seemed to worked for my Xbox One it is always showing that the signal is protected even after restoring it to factory default and multiple cable exchanges. I talked to Xbox support and they were saying it was either an issue with my Xbox or with my PVR.

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I having been having the same problem only thing is Roxio never seemed to worked for my Xbox One it is always showing that the signal is protected even after restoring it to factory default and multiple cable exchanges. I talked to Xbox support and they were saying it was either an issue with my Xbox or with my PVR.

 

But NOTHING to indicated it was a Roxio issue...

 

Same thing is happening to me. Can't seem to get rid of the signal protection problem. So much for Xbox One being supported by this cap card...

 

Roxio works just as intended, nothing wrong with it!

 

Pay attention, it is an Xbox One issue!

 

Frankly I doubt Xbox has any intention of "fixing" something that is working as it was designed...

 

At this point the ONLY solution is to use a HDMI to Component converter between the Xbox One and the RGC :(

 

Update: Look at Post #3 HERE and see if that works for you?

 

...and let us know if that works for your!

Edited by Jim_Hardin

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