In my just bought BD player I can see on the rear panel only one output:a black RCA connector marked "digital output".What is it? Audio output? Video output?Both?
How do I use it? Does it exist any PC capture card capable of capturing this output?
I have no 3d TV set and I would like to record a 3d blueray of mine on hard disk to play it on PC.
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-- Jumpjack --
And by the way:Our inventions are wont to be pretty toys, which distract our attention from serious things. They are but improved means to an unimproved end. -- Henry David Thoreau
of course apart from HDMI...I wonder if my TV set is capable of outputting video signal from its SCART...
Old TV sets had the defect of SCART output mixing with SCART input by induction if using non-shielded cables, causing ghosting in images....-- Jumpjack --
Last edited by usually_quiet; 9th Jan 2014 at 14:03.
Run a driver-level Blu-Ray decrypter in the background (like AnyDVD or DVDFabPasskey). Insert disc in drive, wait for it to be decrypted, and open with Clown_BD. Extract the main movie as 2D.
So, again, you'd need a BD-ROM or BD-RE drive in your computer to do the above.
Capturing would only be practicable if:
1) The 3D disc is authored as 2D compatible (most aren't).
2) You have an HDMI splitter/stripper in the chain from BD standalone to HDMI input capture device to remove HDCP.
3) You have a Hauppauge HD-PVR1 (original HD-PVR with component input) and an HDMI -> component converter in the chain.
Capturing as 3D just ain't happening.Pull! Bang! Darn!