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The Hauppauge HD DVR. You can record 1080i HD from DirecTV or Netflix streaming in 1080i and DD 5.1.

http://www.hauppauge.com/site/products/data_hdpvr.html
The HD-PVR is NOT the issue, I have 2 of them including the one with HDMI input. The issue I spoke to and you said was incorrect is WHERE do you get a device that will stream Netflix in 1080i from the analog component outputs so you can record on a HD-PVR. You did not answer my question.

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The HD-PVR is NOT the issue, I have 2 of them including the one with HDMI input. The issue I spoke to and you said was incorrect is WHERE do you get a device that will stream Netflix in 1080i from the analog component outputs so you can record on a HD-PVR. You did not answer my question.

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Playstation 3; You need to use component output on PS3. By the way, you said you could not record hd via component which is wrong, so I was addressing your post.
 

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The Supreme Court already ruled on this when they allowed recording for personal use. 5-4 decisino when Justice Sandra Day O’Connor sided against Hollywood:

History:

“The VCR is to the American film producer and the American public as the Boston strangler is to the woman home alone,” Jack Valenti, the garrulous head of the Motion Picture Association of America, told Congress.
The Supreme Court almost bought the argument that because it was illegal to copy shows without the copyright holder’s consent, the Betamax must be an accessory to crime. At the last minute, however, Justice Sandra Day O’Connor changed her mind. In a 5-to-4 ruling in 1984, the technology survived.
Foiling another attempt by studios to control the emerging videocassette market, Congress refused to forbid the renting or reselling videotapes of movies for profit. Blockbuster, Netflix and Redbox would be protected by copyright law’s doctrine of “first sale.” If they had bought it, they owned it.
The "Aereo" case seems to disagree. The Supreme Court hasn't put the final nail in the coffin, but they hinted it was not looking good.
 

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Basically Netflix uses Silverlight for copy protection and the ONLY thing that works is a commercial streaming media recording program that records the stream in real time as it plays on your PC. Replay Video Catcher should work, but someone who cares will have to test it. "Commercial" means "You have to buy it - not free".
 

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It is against the rules in this forum and Netflix to capture what Netflix is showing. This is stealing. Talk to your internet provider to change your plans. The posts what can be done to steal Netflix content should be ashamed of themselves. I do not want Netflix to increase their pricing because some people can not get a better internet plan.

Your best route is ditch streaming and sign up for getting Blu-Ray discs through the mail. At this time Netflix is pro-consumer, but if you do capture or steal their content they will eventually fight back against us consumers.

Netflix Terms of Use

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