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Old August 27th, 2011, 11:32 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Can you record your tv off the 3D?

Was just curious if there was a way to record my tv with my evo 3d? If i bought the hdmi cord would that work or is there an app or something else that could do it? Was just curious because I would like to record some videos off my tv dvr and edit them on my pc. I can't just record it via the camera because I don't want any room noise to interfere. If there is not a way oh well, but I'm hoping so and couldn't find an answer anywhere on google either. Thanks for any help.

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in short, no. not possible in the stock configuration.
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the HDMI sends out, doesn't recieve... if I'm not mistaken that is.
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If not stock then anyway to do it if rooted?
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i do not know the answer to that question. if you want to find out, i would post a question in the rooting forum.
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just get a slingbox if you want to watch tv on your phone.
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HDMI, when the HDCP software is implemented, won't permit copying.

There are PC-based DVR setups, the closest you can get at the consumer level to HD is a component recording card made by Happauge. You have to get into pro/semi-pro stuff to even contemplate what you're attempting, I believe the last guys making that were Black Dog.

Recording via composite or S-connector are much more accessible, but even those may be getting hard to find.

For Macs - http://www.elgato.com/

PC HD version - http://www.hauppauge.com/site/products/data_hdpvr.html
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