Tag Archives: hdmi
Thu, Sep 19, 2013 | 07:59 BST
Sony seems to have confirmed that users will be able to capture gameplay footage directly from the PlayStation 4′s HDMI output, something that was not easily achieved on PS3, thanks to the use of encrypted HDCP.
Wed, Jul 13, 2011 | 17:16 BST
Wed, Jun 02, 2010 | 18:56 BST
PS3 bundles that include a copy of LittleBigPlanet GOTY Edition and a 6ft HDMI cable were spotted in the wild at Fry’s Electronics.
Thu, Aug 27, 2009 | 10:04 BST
Microsoft has told VG247 that dropping the HDMI cable from the newly-reduced 360 Elite bundle will allow punters to pick the HD cable of their choice.
“In order to offer the Xbox Elite to consumers at a reduced price, now €50/£30 less at $249.99/£199.99, we eliminated the inclusion of an HDMI cable,” said a rep in statement.
“That said, we are confident that providing even better value for our premium console will allow people the flexibility to purchase the HDMI cable of their choice so they can enjoy the full benefits of our high-definition and 1080p experiences over Xbox LIVE.”
Microsoft confirmed Elite’s much-rumoured drop this morning for both the US and Europe. HDMI cables are cheap now, right? Right?
Mon, Feb 02, 2009 | 22:36 GMT
The HDMI audio bug that hit some Xbox 360 owners with the launch of New Xbox Experience can breathe easy: Microsoft’s about to release a fix.
“Starting Tuesday morning at 0200 Pacific when you sign into Xbox Live you’ll be prompted for a mandatory dashboard update,” said the Major this evening.
“The update addresses the issue that a few folks were having with audio and their HDMI connection.
“This update will be rolled out to all Xbox LIVE members around the world over the space of a few hours, so you may not get prompted for the update immediately. Thanks for your patience.”
Fri, Nov 21, 2008 | 19:59 GMT
The AVForums are currently awash with people complaining about a sudden loss of sound through HDMI after they installed the New Xbox Experience this week.
If you’re one of these people then don’t worry: apparently all you have to do is turn off the 360, take out the HDD, turn in on again, and while NXE boots up whack the hard drive back in again. It’s worth pointing out that this is a temporary fix only, as once you switch the machine off again, you’ll have to repeat the process next time you switch it on.
Although there were a few minor errors at launch, the mass implementation of NXE has gone rather smoothly, all things been told.
Microsoft has told X3F that it’s aware of the sound problem, and is currently looking into it.
By Mike Bowden