Unique HDCP Doctor Providing a total of 6 HDCP 1.4 and 2.2 engines for decryption/encryption, HDfury Integral offers a total HDCP workaround solution including HDCP 1.4 > HDCP 2.2 and HDCP 1.4 > HDCP 2.2 both ways conversion within the same unit.
It is capable of connecting any HDCP1.x or HDCP2.x source devices to any HDCP1.x or HDCP 2.x sink devices.
Each RX block decrypts the input first whether its 1.x or 2.x. Then each output port can individually encrypts it to 1.4(both) or 2.2(only top port) or not encrypt it at all.
Dual conversion can be operated on both channels simultaneously.
Display HDCP 2.2 Content with Non-Compliant Devices HDCP 2.2 is the new copy-protection scheme for 4K UHD content.Not only it is not backward compatible but many recent 4K devices don’t even support it.
Source devices, including media servers and head-ends like Netflix, will encode their 4K content with this new scheme. TVs must be HDCP 2.2-enabled to play it, and everything in the video chain including switches and receivers must be compliant as well, or the display will go dark and/or display a HDCP error.
Bad news for consumers who have purchased expensive, high-bandwidth, processor-rich switchers and receivers to accommodate 4K. While the newer products may support the bandwidth needs of 4K, they won’t play copy-protected works until Integral is an active part of the setup.
2×2 Splitter up to 4K60 4:4:4 600MHz 18Gbps Splitting any signal up to 4K60 4:4:4 600MHz signal is now a reality, thanx to IR/BT or push button, you can easily switch between 2 inputs that will be replicated to 2 outputs. HDCP conversion can be configured and applied on the fly in order to always output the type of signal that your display or sink device is expecting.
4K60 4:4:4 600MHz 18Gbps > 4K60 4:2:0 300 MHz 10.2Gbps conversion Mostly all UHD TV sold until recently can only accept 4K60 when it comes in the form of a 4K60 4:2:0 300MHz signal, However upcoming sources and current high end graphics cards are outputting 4K60 4:4:4 (600MHz – 18 Gbps). Integral is solving that arising issue.
HDMI Audio Extracting HDfury Integral can extract HDMI audio and has a simultaneous output of analog L/R stereo and optical S/PDIF via 3.5mm combo jack connector.
External Audio Replacing Mini jack input connector (or Mic/Line IN) option is available to replace the audio in any HDMI/DVI-D stream up to 4K60 4:4:4 600MHz 18Gbps.
Audio replacing only work on one channel, the secondary channel is a direct path from HDMI to HDMI.
Useful in presentation areas or for simply streaming your phone/tablet music to your HDMI amp.
EDID Management Improved EDID Management solution with either a Custom uploaded EDID, Self generated Automix EDID or a Fixed basic EDID.
AutoMix EDID feature will create a custom EDID by mixing both sink EDID connected to the splitter output ports.
Custom and manual EDID utility available from the download section.
HDMI/CEC TOTAL COMMANDER* HDfury Integral offers an unique CEC commands manager, with CEC compatible equipment.
CEC commands allow a HDMI source to send instructions and operate check on connected HDMI devices.
Using the Integral’s Android/Apple APP for smartphone/tablet, user can configure custom CEC commands and send them LIVE or based on trigger event.
As a practical use case example: it is capable of turning your display OFF when the source device is turned OFF.
Concretely, it could turn off your HDTV when you power off your PS4.
TOTAL CONTROL* HDfury Integral APP is available for mobile and tablet running Android or iOS.
You can control HDfury Integral using your mobile phone or tablet via a bluetooth connection.
IR control and various physical buttons for configurations are also available.
2×2 Matrix up to 4K30 4:4:4 300MHz* Matrix solution is available for HDMI stream up to 4K30 4:4:4 300MHz 10.2Gbps.
Yeah the Despicable Me movies, that awful Res Evil movie and I know Power Rangers will have it as well. So nothing for me yet, hoping WBs future releases will have it Wonder Woman would look great with DV.
Finally a movie is coming out on UHD-Blu-ray that I want, Kong Skull Island is coming out in July with HDR support. I streamed it yesterday on PSN and it looks awesome in just 1080p, I'm really looking forward to seeing what 4K and HDR add.
Once they start putting out the Star Wars films and their big CGI movies it will help move more players. Streaming is still something a lot of people have moved on to but Disney finally coming on board is a good thing. I just hope they don't take forever to release more movies in 4K.
Guardians 2 will be the first 4K Disney title to be released. It will contain both DV and HDR10, and will contain an Atmos soundtrack. Sounds great!
One catch: as with quite is few titles, the move was produced for theaters with a 2K digital intermediate. This is likely the resolution that the CGI was rendered, even though the raw footage is 8K. There is no way that they would rerender the movie just for the format. It will definitely appear a bit softer than some native 4K titles. Still, the HDR options seem like it will look well beyond standard Blu-ray, and you know the scaling will be beyond what a player or a TV could do on the fly.