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Cannot project video from laptop -- HDCP error

HDCP errors can occur when trying to show video using VGA connection

If when trying to project a video from a laptop this message, or a similar message, is displayed:

This movie can be played only on displays that support HDCP

The video has High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection enabled and will not play over VGA.

AirMedia is HDCP compliant, available in most classrooms, and should be used to show HDCP content.

Sample errors:

HDCP error Apple

This movie cannot be played because a display that is not authorized to play protected movies is connected. Try disconnecting any displays that are not HDCP authorized.

HDCP unauthorized. Content disabled.

Content Permissions Error (6036)

Oops! This movie won't play on your display due to copyright restrictions. It can be played only if both your output and display support HDCP.

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Keywords:internal external display projector plugged in wired classroom projector built-in   Doc ID:62466
Owner:Nick D.Group:UW Stout
Created:2016-04-04 10:20 CDTUpdated:2020-04-06 16:43 CDT
Sites:UW Stout
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