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#1 xxChels92xx

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Posted 21 March 2012 - 06:08 PM

I use my Roxio Game Capture for Modern Warfare 3 game clips. This has always been a problem for me and i've been trying everything to fix it, by changing my resolution but it still didn't help. Im using resolution 720p i record with component cables, but i play on HDMI 1080P. My tv screen picture looks fine but when i start to capture it, it cuts off a little on the top and a little on the bottom, it cuts off the top of the radar and the the bottom score, its not really a big deal but i would like to know why it does that, Is there anyway i can fix it? if so how? Thanks. (i always have a picture attachment of what it looks like when im capturing.)

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Posted 22 March 2012 - 12:33 PM

View PostxxChels92xx, on 21 March 2012 - 06:08 PM, said:

I use my Roxio Game Capture for Modern Warfare 3 game clips. This has always been a problem for me and i've been trying everything to fix it, by changing my resolution but it still didn't help. Im using resolution 720p i record with component cables, but i play on HDMI 1080P. My tv screen picture looks fine but when i start to capture it, it cuts off a little on the top and a little on the bottom, it cuts off the top of the radar and the the bottom score, its not really a big deal but i would like to know why it does that, Is there anyway i can fix it? if so how? Thanks. (i always have a picture attachment of what it looks like when im capturing.)

Do you have the game capture for PC (games player on your PC) or do you have the Game Capture for Console?
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