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Future PS4 firmware to allow gameplay capture without HDCP restrictions

Upcoming PlayStation 4 firmware is bringing the option to turn off High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection (HDCP) for high-definition gameplay capture, along with the ability to save videos and screenshots to a USB drive. Sony noted it previously announced the impending removal of HDCP restrictio...

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Sony confirms PS4 camera supports commands via voice, face recognition

You can order your PS4 about without picking up a controller, thanks to the console's add-on camera. Revealed by Sony Senior VP and Business Division President Masayasu Ito at the Tokyo Game Show, you can use its voice and face recognition tech to do things like loading up Knack. Although, sadly, ...

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PlayStation Vita's Feb. 8 update adds video capture, OS X support, GPS tracking

PlayStation Vita firmware version 1.60 is set to drop on February 8 (as least in Japan), and it'll bring several major features when it arrives. Among those features are standards like GPS tracking via a newly added Maps application, the ability to capture video, and the release of a support applic...

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Roxio Game Capture introduces new video capture options for consoles and PC

For gaming enthusiasts looking to capture direct-feed gameplay, there aren't many solutions out there, let alone affordable ones. Roxio has announced a $99 device for console gameplay video capture and a $49.99 software package for Windows PC video capture. The former handles resolutions up to 48...

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Make an in-game BioShock 2 video, win the most dangerous prize ever

2K Games is currently holding a contest to see who can capture the "craziest" occurrences while playing BioShock 2. Mind you, the contest's definition of "crazy" isn't referring to that time you found a hilarious bug, or that time you got a 20-kill streak while playing online. Rather, the contest i...

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