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    Can anyone confirm if it is possible to capture from a normal Blu ray DVD Player using the an HDMI Cable and the HD Storm Bay? Or can you only cature from Video Camera's through their HDMI port?

    Thanks Allan

  • #2
    Since Blu-ray movies have copy protection, you won't be able to capture. Cameras will work fine.

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    • #3
      StomDave is correct, they have copy protection built in on the disks, you would need something like Anydvd installed on your system.
      Main system, Supermicro X8DAH+,Dual Xeon X5680 cpu's 24 cores,2x1400watt power supplys,SC747TG-R1400B-SQ Case,192GB 1333mhz ECC Registered ram,8 x 480GB Intel 520 SSD drives,Windows 7 64 bit ultimate, GTX 670 4GB ,2 x Sony BWU300S Blu-Ray burners, 1x Sony DVD burner,LSI 9266 Raid Controller with Cache vault & fast path Lic, ESI MayaE Audio,HD Spark,Blackmagic intensity Pro,TMPGenc 5,Episode Pro 6,Sorenson 9 Pro,Alcohol 120 V2, Edius 6.53,Dell 27"LCD,HD Spark, Powershield 3000VA UPS.

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      • #4
        Providing you have copyright clearance. That's what HDCP is all about and the primary reason it doesn't appear on HDStorm or any other capture card.

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        • #5
          But a good way to get around it, Anydvd HD.


          Steve
          Main system, Supermicro X8DAH+,Dual Xeon X5680 cpu's 24 cores,2x1400watt power supplys,SC747TG-R1400B-SQ Case,192GB 1333mhz ECC Registered ram,8 x 480GB Intel 520 SSD drives,Windows 7 64 bit ultimate, GTX 670 4GB ,2 x Sony BWU300S Blu-Ray burners, 1x Sony DVD burner,LSI 9266 Raid Controller with Cache vault & fast path Lic, ESI MayaE Audio,HD Spark,Blackmagic intensity Pro,TMPGenc 5,Episode Pro 6,Sorenson 9 Pro,Alcohol 120 V2, Edius 6.53,Dell 27"LCD,HD Spark, Powershield 3000VA UPS.

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          • #6
            Which we'll leave discussion of, at their site. Given Thomson have a hand in HDCP, we're not about to allow discussion of circumvention.

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            • #7
              just out of interest how does Canopus have a hand in HDCP? High-Bandwidth Digital-Content Protection (HDCP) was created by Intel,To implement HDCP, a license is required that is obtainable from the Digital Content Protection, LLC, which will then issue a set of unique secret device keys to all the authorized devices. Blu-ray Disc, HD DVD, and DVD players, with HDMI or DVI connectors, use HDCP to establish a digital connection that is encrypted. If the display device does not support HDCP, then a connection cannot be established. So why won't Canopus do Blu-Ray burning from the time line like you can with Adobe encore, I look at this as Adobe must have obtained a lic then to be able to do this and Canopus must not have this lic, is this correct?
              Just thought I would ask, I don't really expect you to know this answer.

              Cheers
              Steve
              Main system, Supermicro X8DAH+,Dual Xeon X5680 cpu's 24 cores,2x1400watt power supplys,SC747TG-R1400B-SQ Case,192GB 1333mhz ECC Registered ram,8 x 480GB Intel 520 SSD drives,Windows 7 64 bit ultimate, GTX 670 4GB ,2 x Sony BWU300S Blu-Ray burners, 1x Sony DVD burner,LSI 9266 Raid Controller with Cache vault & fast path Lic, ESI MayaE Audio,HD Spark,Blackmagic intensity Pro,TMPGenc 5,Episode Pro 6,Sorenson 9 Pro,Alcohol 120 V2, Edius 6.53,Dell 27"LCD,HD Spark, Powershield 3000VA UPS.

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              • #8
                Fully understand, I just received a Blu ray disk from my friend (No Copyright) and wanted to extract part of it for a project i'm working on. With my friends permission of course!

                Anyway no probs I will get him to burn what I need and send it to me. Time wasted but needs to be done.

                Thanks for all your feedback,

                Allan

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                • #9
                  If there is no copyright on the disk then you should be fine, is it a home made disk?

                  Steve
                  Main system, Supermicro X8DAH+,Dual Xeon X5680 cpu's 24 cores,2x1400watt power supplys,SC747TG-R1400B-SQ Case,192GB 1333mhz ECC Registered ram,8 x 480GB Intel 520 SSD drives,Windows 7 64 bit ultimate, GTX 670 4GB ,2 x Sony BWU300S Blu-Ray burners, 1x Sony DVD burner,LSI 9266 Raid Controller with Cache vault & fast path Lic, ESI MayaE Audio,HD Spark,Blackmagic intensity Pro,TMPGenc 5,Episode Pro 6,Sorenson 9 Pro,Alcohol 120 V2, Edius 6.53,Dell 27"LCD,HD Spark, Powershield 3000VA UPS.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by swsw1550 View Post
                    just out of interest how does Canopus have a hand in HDCP?
                    Thomson are a member of the BDA, and also provide forensic watermarking of content. While this is not specifically 'HDCP' in the literal sense, it's still relevant.

                    But regardless, I would prefer that no further discussion on defeating Blu-ray
                    (or any other copyrighted media) protection be carried out here.

                    If the source work does not feature any encryption, the data can be captured via HDMI input (HDSTORM, Pegasus).

                    PS. Canopus no longer exists beyond a (diminishing) brand name

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