Why can't record video through HDMI port of PS3?
It's because of HDCP protection of HDMI signal, please buy one HDMI splitter to decode HDCP, or record video through the component video output. Please note, decoding HDCP is illegal in some countries and areas.
Works with PS4:
PS4 has disabled HDCP for firmware 1.7 or later, so use can easily record game play with ezcap HD VIDEO CAPTURE.
Update firmware to 1.7 or later:
Go settings---System disable “Enable HDCP” option:
Then connect PS4 to ezcap280 HD video capture with HDMI cable, you will see the game play picture pass thought on monitor, and you can record video now:
Works with PS3 through Component connection:
Because the HDMI out of PS3 has HDCP protection, so there is no way to connect it directly to ezcap280 with HDMI cable, so the first suggestion is to use component cable connection:
Go to the settings---Video output settings, choose “Component/D-Terminal”:
At the resolutions setting, make sure the “1080P” option is NOT be ticked, otherwise some game play (e.g. GT5) cannot be recorded by ezcap280.
Works with PS3 through HDMI connection:
If don’t have a component cable, and want to record with HDMI output, then you need a device such as a HDMI Splitter which can decode HDCP protection, and connect as following, you can record video when you get pass through on monitor:
Why can't record audio from PS3 by HDMI port?
Please go to PS3 settings --- Audio output settings --- select HDMI and choose Manually. Don't tick Dolby and DTS as below, then save the setting.