Users' questions

Does monitor support HDCP?

Does monitor support HDCP?

If your monitor does not support a digital connection (either HDMI or DVI) and a resolution of at least 1920 x 1080 pixels, it will certainly not be HDCP compliant. If it does have these connections and resolutions, the chances are it is HDCP compliant.

How do I check my HDCP version?

From the NVIDIA Control Panel navigation tree pane, under Display, click View HDCP Status to open the associated page. Select the icon representing the display that you want to verify is HDCP-capable. The page shows one of three possible results: This display supports HDCP.

How do I know if my monitor is HDCP 2.2 compliant?

Please check if your cable is HDCP compliant at You can do a quick search of the brand of the cable or look for tags/stickers on your cable that say ‘HDCP compliant. ‘ You can also check the packaging that your cable was packaged in.

Is VGA HDCP compliant?

VGA works fine with HDCP material, as long as the graphics drivers are compliant.

Should I disable HDCP?

Given that HDCP is designed to prevent video from being recorded, if you are someone who plans to use a game capture device such as an Elgato, then HDCP is going to be a problem. You would need to disable HDCP to be able to use this sort of device and capture video.

What happens if you disable HDCP?

If you disable HDCP you won’t be able to watch or record any HD programmes as nearly all have High Definition Content Protection (HDCP) transmitted as a part of the signal.

Should I disable HDCP support Radeon?

AverageGamer24. richiestang_78 said: Disabling it means that if you were to try and watch videos that have copy protection, such as Amazon, Netflix etc they may not play and give you an HDCP error, or only be available in SD resolutions. I dont believe games use HDCP in any way so it should’t make a difference.

Is bypassing HDCP legal?

However, some provisions requested by the repair community were denied; removing DRM to repair game consoles and non-land vehicles (boats and airplanes) is still illegal, as is bypassing HDCP (HDMI copy protection) on TVs.

How do you beat HDCP?

The way to go is a cheap HDMI Splitter, if you find the right one. Another, much easier and cheaper method, is the use of a HDMI splitter. A splitter in essence makes it possible to (for example) connect 2 TV’s to one HDMI source, not designed to strip the HDCP, but some actually do exactly that.