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Windows 7: HDMI-Out as HDMI-In

19 Aug 2010   #1
xVehemencityx

Windows 7 Ultimate
 
 
HDMI-Out as HDMI-In

This is probably a completely stupid question, and I feel retarded for even asking, because it should be fairly obvious, but I'm still going to ask.

My laptop has HDMI - out. Is there any way that I can use that as HDMI-in. The reason I ask is that I'd like to be able to plug my PS3 into my laptop, which I'm sure isn't even possible. I just thought I'd ask.


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20 Aug 2010   #2
stormy13
Microsoft MVP

Win 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

You're right, it's not possible. Only way to do that is if the video card is VIVO (video in - video out) capable, has a a built in TV tuner (something like the ATI All-In-Wonder cards), or a separate TV tuner installed.
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