Win Intel HTPCs/NUCs & Kodi-native 3D MVC Playback
(2016-05-08, 18:11)hdmkv Wrote:
(2016-05-08, 17:31)noggin Wrote:
(2016-05-08, 16:56)Topken Wrote: I will just leave this here

Yes. You'll find all the major studios end up buying HDCP 'assistance' devices, as do lots of cinemas and broadcasters. There is no HDCP equivalent for HD-SDI and the higher UHD variants. If you want to connect your Blu-ray or UHD copy-protected source, or the HD output of a domestic satellite receiver, to many high-end devices, you need to 'deal' with HDCP...

Nobody ever keeps the copy protection genie in the bottle for long...
Curious about this. So, HDFury defeats HDCP and then what? How do you actually capture the 4K source content and HD audio? On a beefy PC I assume using some other software?

There are multiple 4K HDMI capture solutions for various legitimate applications (external recording on camcorders etc.) in the post-production world (it's how they make UHD stuff in the first place after all...)

Blackmagic make useful post production stuff like this : I have an older HD/SD Thunderbolt model I use for day-job reasons.
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What about xvYCC / x.v.Color - by ma9ick - 2016-04-15, 14:01
RE: Intel HTPC/NUC's w/reliable Kodi-native 3D MVC Playback - by noggin - 2016-05-08, 18:21
June 30 download link broken? - by CooperCGN - 2016-08-02, 08:18