Why can’t I record the HDCP protected content?
For detailed usage process, please refer to Why does the TV display a black screen when I try to use a video capture card to record the video output from the Roku or the Blu-ray disc player
What is HDCP?
HDCP stands for High-Bandwidth Digital Content Protection, it is a form of digital copy protection developed by Intel Corporation to prevent copying of digital audio and video content as it travels across connections.
The Best free way to strip HDCP: Use Open PassDCP software
Open PassDCP is a utility software, which is specifically used to crack various video capture devices or video recorders and strip the HDCP protection from the devices, allowing the devices to bypass the HDCP protection and record the videos. It supports a variety of brands of video capture devices and standalone video recorders, easy to use and completely free. Up to now, Open PassDCP has supported to crack ClonerAlliance products. With the development of the next version, Open PassDCP will support more brands of products.
For detailed usage process, please refer to How to use Open PassDCP to strip HDCP
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The brand and model list of Open PassDCP supported