High-Bandwidth Digital Content Protection (HDCP) is a security feature that’s created to protect the copyright of high-definition videos and to prevent contents from playing on unlicensed devices. To put this in a simple way, this protection avoids video quality over 480p becomes pirated while transferring data through HDMI, DVI, DisplayPort or USB connections. Your transmitting or receiving devices will not function if either end of the two devices isn’t HDCP certified. If we use non-HDCP devices, the resolution might decrease below 480p or the worst of all, not able to transfer data at all. (The initial intention was to prevent people from re-recording movies or videos and create pirated copies.)
None of the HDCP compliant devices supports data copy due to digital content protection. (Now you know the reason why Pengo 4K HDMI Grabber does not support HDCP feature!)
If you are still unsure about how to successfully operate Pengo 4K HDMI Grabber, here we’ve got some examples for you (see diagrams below). Next time if your device is still not showing the content or it fails to transfer high-definition videos, you can first check whether your source is HDCP certified, and then check the HDMI cable and the receiving device.
Diagram of our Pengo 4K HDMI Grabber and HDCP:
Here are some examples of HDCP compliant platforms:
High-definition MOD, Netflix, Chromecase, PS3, PS4 (HDCP feature is adjustable), Blu-Ray DVD
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