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Every time I use the modded files my Aver Mediacentre has the error "cant find avermedia tuner cards" I know it works as i was using it for crappy component before and it was fine. Any suggestions?
hello you will need to instal this 1st to use hdmi leads try this
its a driver
thanx a lot i will try that
thx it works now but can only capture in 480p was hoping for more Any tips
Will the Cauptain's HDCP trick works with the Game Broadcaster HD C127 ?
Last edited by Cauptain; 22nd Jul 2012 at 03:28.
Does Avermedia c027 capture in 1080i 29.97fps? and 720 59.94fps??
Last edited by Cauptain; 9th Nov 2012 at 10:34.
"Released: AVERMEDIA CENTER FULL HDMI HDCP PROTECT REMOVE"
Cool, cool and Great !
Less than 20 mins to clean comouter, reinstall app, and make some tests...........
No more components ( 5 cables ), just HDMi in and out.
Thanks again Cauptain, for that great "news "..........
No Good. I downloaded the avermedia HDCP remover, but now every time I switch to HDMI input it's just a black box with "HDCP" in the middle. Does not display my HDMI source. :c
Windows 7 64-bit, HDMI Input from PS3, Avermedia C027 PCIe card.
Originally Posted by Cauptain
I have Avertv Capture HD card (H727), this card can get in the Win8_x64_V188.8.131.52_Install_AVerMCE_EncodersV3016 drive, but When I install the AVer MediaCenter 3D program gives me an error like that in the picture below.
i used C027, C227 etc drivers but my Aver MediaCentre has the error "cant find avermedia tuner cards"
Later, only install Win8_x64_V184.108.40.206_Install_AVerMCE_EncodersV3016 driver and AmarecTV program but it got dll errors and i cant used this program.
Can you help me?
ps:i use hdmi to hdmi.
I am on windows 8 x64 with WMC.
I formatted the hard disk and installed windows fresh.
Please guide me if I do this in the steps recommended:-
Install first the aver media software provided in this file downloaded.
Then after and before restart of PC updated the drivers.
Is it necessary to download and install the drivers for Windows 8 x64 bit which are provided now? Or will the drivers for Windows 7 x64 given in the package provided here will also work? Because I have observed that if the drivers for windows 8 are not available, in most of the circumstances the drivers for Windows 7 x64 do work.
Then replace the exe file provide here in the package in the directory on PC.
Is this procedure narrated correct? Or does it require any modifications?
I really want to capture through HDMI and as the results from here from other members are that it is working for Windows 7 x64 it should work for Windows 8 x64bit.
Thanks in advance.
1 - Install Windows 8 and update all hardware drivers (include AVERTV with Windows 8 Drv 220.127.116.11) + all updates + DirectX.
2 - Extract AMC from HDCP PACK, select .exe, click button 2, go properties and select mode compatibility Windows 7 SP1.
3 - Install this, reboot.
4 - Get .exe modified and replace AMC install.
5 - button 2 again on .exe, click button 2, go properties and select mode compatibility Windows 7 SP1.
6 - Try and reply.
Last edited by Cauptain; 31st Dec 2012 at 08:21.
So I will do like this:-
Windows 8 x64 freshly installed.
Install all windows updates.
All device drivers except this Aver media.
Double check if windows now says no updates.
Then only install the device drivers from the Aver media.
Windows 8 Driver version 18.104.22.168 from Aver Media Site. I have a question though that the device drivers for Windows 7 x64 provided in this HDCP pack may work but I have not tried.
From here check again in the device manager that every device is now OK and there is no yellow question mark for the device in the PC. Right?
Before reboot install the HDCP pack from the package provided here with the exe file to be run in the Windows 7 SP1 compatibility mode.
After reboot replace the provided exe file in the program directory and again run this exe file in windows 7 SP1 compatibility mode.
R I G H T ?
Is this correct procedure?
Thanks again in advance for all the help
The HDCP trick do work in Windows 8 x64 Pro WMC.
I can confirm that. I did exactly as instructed by you and it worked.
But I don't have PS3 to confirm that whether the signal is HDCP protected or not.
However, I have a blu ray player which I directly connected to HDMI port
I know the blu ray I have is copy protected being original.
I tried 2-3 different blurays in a player. All captured in HDMI without any problem.
Check the screen shot. I tried long duration capture also and it did work.
So can we confirm that it worked for Windows 8 also.
Thanks again for all your help and clear cut instructions.