Mini-monitor HDMI>HDCP compliant Receiver>non-compliant LCD?

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John Paines

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Mini-monitor HDMI>HDCP compliant Receiver>non-compliant LCD?

PostSat Jan 06, 2018 2:17 pm

Is there a reason to suppose this arrangement won't work, with Resolve 14? The mini-monitor HDMI out is going into the receiver (HDCP 2.2 compliant) and the receiver is going into the monitor, which isn't HDCP compliant.

It plays a few seconds, then black outs for few seconds. HDMI from the GPU (non-HDCP compliant) plays through the receiver without issue.
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Tamas Harangi

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Re: Mini-monitor HDMI>HDCP compliant Receiver>non-compliant

PostSat Jan 06, 2018 7:48 pm

I've had the same symptoms running directly to the monitor. Per Tony's notes, I tested an HDMI splitter that has its' own EDID and it seems to have fixed this problem, at least based on my first tests last night.
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Re: Mini-monitor HDMI>HDCP compliant Receiver>non-compliant

PostSat Jan 06, 2018 8:49 pm

Could you refer me to that thread, if there is one? Thanks.
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Re: Mini-monitor HDMI>HDCP compliant Receiver>non-compliant

PostSat Jan 06, 2018 10:16 pm

This is the thread I was referring to: viewtopic.php?f=3&t=68558

The short of it is that EDID handshakes seemed to be the problem, so I got a splitter that provides its own EDID for $60 at Fry's.
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Re: Mini-monitor HDMI>HDCP compliant Receiver>non-compliant

PostSat Jan 06, 2018 10:29 pm

Thanks. As it happens, I was also using a Samsung.

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