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Convert HDMI Output from Sony Blu-Ray player to USB

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March 24, 2014 5:28:48 PM

We have a Sony Blu-Ray player, which only has HDMI Out. Our television has problems with HDMI. The HDMI will work fine with a computer, but it stops working with other hardware. It's a 720p Vizio 32", and it messes up with anything over 720p, and sometimes 720p. Because of this problem, we're out of a Blu Ray player, and I'd really like to watch my LOTR Special Extended Edition Blu-Ray set. I was wondering if this was possible. I know that there's a converter called ethercap, but it doesn't do HDMI.
March 24, 2014 9:15:27 PM

Not without buying special hardware to remove HDCP protection...

Not sure why this is posted in Linux forum, but you ideally you would purchase a bluray drive for your pc and use program like MakeMKV or VLC wih libbluray+libaacs to watch movie on your pc...
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March 25, 2014 5:46:16 PM

I didn't mean to post in Linux, but I couldn't see how to change the location. Alright. Would it be possible to get a digital to analog RGB converter then use the ethercap thing I mentioned? Of course at that point I could just play it through my t.v.
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