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Peas4lunch

Odd Problem That Just Randomly Happened Today.

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So i've been using my Card and the same HDMI cables for a couple of months now. So heres what happens:

 

1. I hook up the Roxio and get my PS4 setup with HDCP disabled and pull up the Roxio software.

2. I see the preview box in the software is showing what my PS4 is displaying, no problem at all.

3. So i click "Start Capture" the preview screen blacks out and suddenly the status of my card has went from a Green "Ready" to a Red "No Signal"

4. I attempt to close the software, seeing as how all the buttons are now greyed out and it says "Cannot close when capture is in progress."

5. I force it to close then go check the videos it supposedly captured and my computer has an error and can't play them.

 

This has been working just fine with this same setup for a few months now, what has happened?

 

UPDATE:

I just tried different HDMI cables, same thing happened so its not the cables.

Edited by Peas4lunch

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Red "no signal" indicates that the Roxio device is being recognized properly but it is not receiving a signal.

 

The setting in your PS4 should be a fixed output (not Auto detect. It is trying to handshake and the RGC device does not do that.

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Read the manual or Google it.

 

To configure settings, select icon_settings.png (Settings) > [sound and Screen] > [Video Output Settings].

Edited by ogdens

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Welp this still didn't fix it, and now i have a video file on my computer that if i ever click it the whole screen crashes out. I just recorded with OBS just fine. I don't understand why the Roxio software has a stick up its arse.

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Try a quick test..... Substitute something else with HDMI... Any DVD or BD Player, output from your PC.

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I said "Substitute something else with HDMI"

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Did you resolve your problem?.

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