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  1. DomCobb1

    Why So Buggy?

    Also, it's also freezing if I do ANYTHING, such as; a) Add a picture or other video b ) Add audio to production c) Click on pretty much everything
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    Why So Buggy?

    just uninstalled and reinstalled, problem still persists.
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    Why So Buggy?

    I'm editing my channel intro for YouTube, but it's nearly impossible since when I try to trim videos it always freezes and says Not Responding and then starts working again. It actually froze less on my worse computer. How can I fix this? Specs: Intel i7 3770 3.4ghz 8GB RAM Nvidia GeForce GT640 1GB 1TB 720 RPM HDD Edit: When I'm trying to trim in the perfect spot, as soon as I let go of the mouse, it freezes. So essentially, if I'm trimming the same video but I keep moving the trim, it freezes every time I make the video longer or shorter.
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    Why Can't I Capture In 1080P?

    Well why 1080P at a lower bitrate? I just tried a 720P at 15000b bitrate and it's perfect. My real question is, why can't this computer handle 1080P when Roxio says atleast 2.2ghz when mine is much higher than that?
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    Why Can't I Capture In 1080P?

    Wait a minute, don't the specs for the game capture say that they reccommend a 2.2ghz processor for 1080P capture? Why can't I run it? Btw this is a very new computer
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    Why Can't I Capture In 1080P?

    Ok well since CoD only outputs at 560P anyway I guess it's a better idea to record in 720P, especially since I need audacity open to record my voice. Can my computer at least run that at 15000kbps?
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    Why Can't I Capture In 1080P?

    So tonight I was filming my channel intro for YouTube. The vid was with a few friends on Xbox and we were messing around on Zombies (Black Ops 2). Naturally, since my PC has pretty good specs, I had assumed I could capture in 1080P 15000kbps bit rate, and I was wrong. The video is glitchy and I'm not sure if it's Roxio or my PC or what. Specs: Intel i7 3770 3.4ghz w/ 3.9ghz turbo boost 8GB DDR3 RAM Nvidia GeForce GT640 1GB GDDR5 1TB 7200RPM Hard Drive
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    Roxio Game Capture Hd Pro Issue

    WOW thank you waaaay better than cruddy ol media player
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    Roxio Game Capture Hd Pro Issue

    I just got a brand new desktop, running an i7 3770 quad core ivy bride, 8GB of memory, and an Nvidia GeForce GT640. When I capture, I do it in 1080P at 15000 bit rate. Everything looks fine in the capture window, but when I go to watch it in Media Player 12, it will play fine for 10 seconds and skip ahead to 7 minutes when the video is only 2 minutes long. If I export it as same as original, it plays normally. Is this a problem with Roxio or Media Player or what?
  10. DomCobb1

    Will Roxio Work With My Computer?

    Would you say if I want to do some desktop gameplay, (and post to YouTube) is it worth the full version or no?
  11. DomCobb1

    Will Roxio Work With My Computer?

    Yes it did clear things up, thank you. Now I just need to figure out if Xsplit or fraps is worth it...
  12. DomCobb1

    Will Roxio Work With My Computer?

    NO I'M NOT ASKING ABOUT XBOX I'M ASKING IF THE ROXIO RECORDS PC GAMEPLAY gosh
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    Will Roxio Work With My Computer?

    Huh? I bought a monitor with an HDMI input and my desktop has HDMI output. I'm asking if I run one HDMI from my computer to Roxio, and the other from Roxio to my monitor, and I plug the usb into one of the usb ports, will it work?
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    Will Roxio Work With My Computer?

    I'm not asking if my computer can run the software, it can, I'm asking if I can capture gameplay on my computer by passing it through the Roxio into the monitor and plugging it into the desktop.
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    Will Roxio Work With My Computer?

    I'm upgrading to a desktop computer, an XPS 8500 to be exact. I plan to use the Roxio to capture Xbox, but will it work with my computer with HDMI running through to the monitor? I ask because I know PS3 is HDMI encrypted and I'm not sure if that jazz happens with regular desktops. Any and all info helps.
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