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  1. little mistake : should say on resolutions: Testing I've tryed this set of resolutions, the only parameter i can touch. 1080p >>>> (1920*1080) <<<<<< progressive. Didn't work 1080i >>>>>(1920*1080)<<<<<< interlaced. Malfunction : Droped bad signal, screen cut at half- WUXGA (1920*1200) Didn't work
  2. MyGica HD Cap X, doesn't record Hi everyone, I was fully testing this device today, turns up that it doesn't support all 1080p variants, i was able to rec from one 1080p source (pc), but couldn't rec from another device (bluray device output) with the same res,.. so, it counts the colorspace, framerate, etc. to rec properly? or is there a list of all compatible modes? the manual was pretty minimalistic about that. The signal that is not working is this one: 24 Bit/Pixel, RGB, 1920x1080P60 according the manual. Full spec of format according manual: HDMI 1.X single link type A, 24bit/pixel, max 165Mhz, max res 1920*1200 with reduced blanking, no HDCP-support, no audio support, for HDMI 1.x monitors. Testing I've tryed this set of resolutions, the only parameter i can touch. 1080p (1980*1080) progressive. Didn't work 1080i (1980*1080) interlaced. Malfunction : Droped bad signal, screen cut at half- WUXGA (1920*1200) Didn't work 1280*1024: Worked great recording at 1080p, at 720p with wrong aspect ratio but still recorded. Feeding the device from the input and connecting the monitor from the output, I can actually see the image in all cases and is a good signal, so is somehow compatible, but not fully since doesn't rec of course. Waiting for comments. Thanks in advance.
  3. I was fully testing this today, turns up that it doesn't support all 1080p variants, i was able to rec from one 1080p source, but couldn't rec from another device with the same res,.. so, you have to take in count the colorspace, framerate, etc. also try to low the res of your ps4 to rec, then turn it back to 1080p to play. Not great solution, but worked in my case.
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