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1080p signal capture card (with HDMI-In; HDCP compatible)


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Hello,

quick question - are there any "VIVO" cards allowing to view a 1080p signal through HDMI and HDCP?

I have a stubborn 16:10 monitor, which doesn't do pixel mapping and my only alternative to get an undistorted/unstretched 16:9 format (with a PS3) is to use a capture card and let the viewing software maintain the correct ratio while in 16:10 mode. Things like the BlackMacic Intensity not only go up to 1080i, but don't support HDCP at all. Are there any other cards that do?

If there are, would I be able to process it with a E5200 (Dual Core 2.5 GHz) CPU, Asus P5Q (P45) board, 2 GB of DDR2 and a 9500 GT video card?

Oh, one more IMPORTANT thing! I'm NOT talking about capturing as in recording these images, I just want to view it... same way I'm using an ATI TV Wonder + DScaler to watch TV and play on my PS2 on my PC.


Thanks in advance :)

Edited by VarHyid, 15 April 2010 - 08:25 AM.

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Not 1? :)
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Now seriously, there's not 1 card that could allow me to hook up a PS3 (for example) to my PC via HDMI?

If not at 1080p then how about 720p?
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