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Is a HDCP stripper for PlayStation TV possible?

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Re: Is a HDCP stripper for PlayStation TV possible?

Post by fate6 » Thu Aug 11, 2016 3:06 am

It might be possible but it would depend just how ingrained the protection is I guess? iirc on PS3 is can be disabled because the option exists just is hidden front users normally but I don't think the Vita has this option out side of PDEL's.
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Re: Is a HDCP stripper for PlayStation TV possible?

Post by ViRGE » Fri Aug 12, 2016 12:06 pm

Just to add to this, it would probably be easier to use a hardware solution anyhow. E.g. one of those HDMI splitters that conveniently ignores HDCP.
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Re: Is a HDCP stripper for PlayStation TV possible?

Post by ma16v3 » Fri Aug 12, 2016 4:28 pm

Just be advised using an HDMI splitter can introduce input latency. You may detect that latency in some applications and not others.

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Re: Is a HDCP stripper for PlayStation TV possible?

Post by epiclolita » Fri Aug 12, 2016 6:08 pm

I've seen your videos on youtube before, you do some good stuff :)

on the topic, I agree with this. i'd love to be able to get a PSTV and stream some vita games on twitch. They should add an option like they did with the PS4.
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