looks like HDCP will not be enabled for gameplay if Hauppauge is correct... we'll see. if HDCP is encrypted, it'd be devastating for Hauppauge or other companies like Elgato. So I figure capture card companies are going to debunk it for as long as possible until reality comes out.
Now, there's precedence for the Xbox One not having it encrypted for gameplay since HDMI was unencrypted during gaming on the 360, but who knows since the One can now have simultaneous TV watching and gameplay. Would it turn it on only in that splitscreen scenario and turn it off when gaming fullscreen?
now all this talk of simultaneous playback has me thinking... you could be playing Netflix on the smaller snap through the web browser while gaming on the bigger snap. That sounds pretty interesting. Now (just for fantasy time), since the Xbox One lost the totally digital aspect with the return of disc DRM, wouldn't this mean you've also lost the ability to play a BR movie in the smaller snap while gaming on the bigger snap?
anyway, back to the capture card info...https://www.facebook.com/hauppauge.co.uk/posts/531267486931428
We talked to Sony and Microsoft people at the recent E3 show, as per now it looks like Xbox One and PS4 will both work with HD PVR2. However, as we just saw for Xbox One, specs could change to what we know right now. Neither Xbox One nor PS4 are released today, so we can't test and confirm yet.
Regardless of the final specs on the Xbox One and PS4, there will always be a way to use these new gaming consoles with our great HD PVR video recorders. For example HDMI to component video convertors are available on the market already today which would work with any model HD PVR or HD PVR 2.