HDCP

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  1. godreborn
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    godreborn GBAtemp Guru

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    what happens exactly when something is hdcp compliant? is there no video or audio? does the device lose its connection at random times? I was trying to hook up a box to strip the audio from hdmi. it works with both my receiver and my tv, but the connection cuts out randomly. could that be hdcp? if so, what should I do about it? I bought a couple of those boxes with two hdmi outputs that's supposed to strip hdcp, so should I connect that on the output of the device that's stripping the audio, so that every device that's plugged in is being stripped of hdcp or does it not work that way?
     
  2. Shadow#1

    Shadow#1 Wii & 3DS Softmod Expert

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    U need to get an HDMI splinter that is no higher then v1.3 as it ignores the DRM signal
     
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    what happens if you don't do that? the thing is that I'm trying to figure out why I lose sync (the signal jumps to another device). sometimes this happens almost instantly; other times, it's like an hour+ before it loses sync. is that what will happen with hdcp or do you simply get no video?
     
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