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  1. Is there any solution that I can make a HDCP on my PC so no one can use graphic card output and capture videos ? I have Radeon HD 7800series installed on my PC.
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  2. Member DB83's Avatar
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    ????

    HDCP is already integrated into the hdmi output.

    You can not capture video from hdmi output on a graphics card.
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  3. Originally Posted by DB83 View Post
    ????

    HDCP is already integrated into the hdmi output.

    You can not capture video from hdmi output on a graphics card.
    Yes we can do so. there are some capture cards with HDMI Input like Blackmagic Intesity pro , avermedia HD gamer ...

    Is there any software that can creat HDCP on Graphic card outputs ?
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  4. HDCP is already available in the graphics chipset. It just has to be enabled. HDMI output when you're sitting at the Desktop does not apply HDCP. But if you play a Blu-ray disc with a licensed Blu-ray player HDCP will be switched on. So obviously there must be some Windows API call that forces HDCP encryption.

    http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/desktop/dd756612%28v=vs.85%29.aspx

    Of course, HDCP strippers are pretty easily available now so HDMI+HDCP is no longer a very strong protection technique.
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  5. Member Krispy Kritter's Avatar
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    As VGA devices don't support HDCP, if it were (could be) enabled on the VGA output, you would get no display on the monitors.

    It would be easier to find a solution if you simply stated exactly what you want to do and why.
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