The argument is that if leave the macrovision signal intact then you have just made a new copy which makes use of that technology and this is therefore a patent infringement. If you notice,betamax did not go and get sued on the count along with the 'use-or persons using it. Yep, i saw that on the cd freaks article about dvdfab , but i think they might have alittle bit more of a fight with sima at least i hope. My local Best Buy stores carried these devices at one time. Their premise is to outspend them until they go away or they give up fighting. Given that legislation trumps a judicial decision unless it's found to be unconstitutional you better get the hammer out. After receiving rapid response from technical csupport - I tried putting my absolute best cables onto the box.
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It has PIP picture in picture option and even a wireless remote control battery included. Can anyone post a direct link to the Firmware 0. Also I would hate for the internals to be exposed like this. This conversion to an analog signal will result in a degraded picture quality, but the result might not be too bad. It asks for one small compromise after another until it whittles you down, and it functions best when no one believes in it.
HDCP removal, the sheer genuineness of the those who have helped others is very heartening, its rare to see a forum where sarcasm is the least of our worries! What a predicament this is. One of the methods used, yet sometimes complicated and expensive, is by converting the signal for example to VGA, Component or Composite video. Brian definitely downloaded it as soon as you mentioned it, will use it for the updated firmware when I get a chance ty. For these, a good name is SignVideo which was formerly called Studio1 which is rumored to be s new incarnation of Vidicraft.
I have found the problem however. All you do is connect the output into the box, and out of the box into the recording device. Being hardware makes no difference. This product requires video capturing card installed on your computer. I never read it but I assumed through what I heard about it was that it was enacted to protect digital products that used encryption and that it was a violation to break the encryption. You could definitely argue that Macrovision restricts the Fair Use ability to format -shift content, however, given that it prevents duplication.