[mythtv-users] Re: Better off with an ATI card?
matt at mossholder.com
Fri Dec 16 09:15:21 EST 2005
The signal source is typically what requires HDCP, but some of the set
out there appear to also require HDCP. All I can tell you for sure is
that connecting a 5200 or 5500 to this TV with DVI->HDMI produces a
black screen, while using a 6200 gives correct results, utilizing the
same drivers and config file. I've found other references to TVs
requiring HDCP as well. It's obviously not all of them, since a lot of
people are using older cards with no problem. I just got lucky, I
On Fri, 2005-12-16 at 08:20 -0500, Boleslaw Ciesielski wrote:
> Matt Mossholder wrote:
> > 1. My Panasonic HDTV requires HDCP on the HDMI input, which I
> > connect to with a
> > DVI->HDMI cable.. This limits the cards that will work to the
> > 6xxx and 7xxx product lines.
> Are you sure about this? I thought that it's the signal source that may
> require HDCP, not the display?
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