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Hey guys I have a problem that I havent been able to troubleshoot with the Roxio Game Capture HD Pro. I like to play xbox through a computer monitor via an HDMI cable and just purchased the Roxio Game Cap. But whenever I hook everything up correctly, Xbox to the Input, Output to My computer monitor, and USB cable to PC. I get no signal on my output monitor. Is this a bug with the Roxio or is it not supported. At first I thought maybe it was a software issue so I did a fresh install and still the same results. I checked the output settings going from my Xbox and it is set at 720p. But normally it wouldnt give me the option of 720p and instead would give me outputs of 1280x720, 1600x900 and so on. But since I hooked up the Roxio it no longer gives me that option but instead provides me with 480p, 720p, 1080p and so on. Does anyone have any idea what I could be doing wrong or what I need to do to resolve this problem if it is even possible.

Thanks- ScaryG

 

--Included is a picture proving everything is hooked up correctly as well as a screenshot of my Roxio Software--

 

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Others do this...

 

You will have to change the monitor over to the HDMI input from your GameCAP manually On the Monitor. Did you do this?

 

How is the Monitor connected to the PC?

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Im not sure what you mean by this completely. If you meen i change the input of the monitor from dvi to hdmi. I do this.

 

And the monitor is hooked to the PC via VGA cable. I also do have the input option set to HDMI in the GameCap.

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Im not sure what you mean by this completely. If you meen i change the input of the monitor from dvi to hdmi. I do this.

 

And the monitor is hooked to the PC via VGA cable. I also do have the input option set to HDMI in the GameCap.

 

Can I use Roxio Game Capture HD PRO to play live games on my computer display?

Yes as long as your computer display can take HDMI or Component input. Instead of connecting a TV, you can connect your computer display as an output with Roxio Game Capture HD PRO device so the video can be passed through in real time to your computer display.

You still need to connect the capture device via USB with a laptop/PC for recording though. The preview in the Capture software has about 2 second delay as it is required for the hardware to process the video.

 

http://corel.force.com/roxio/articles/en_US/Master_Article/000014750-Roxio-Game-Capture-HD-PRO-FAQs

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Whoa! Where did this DVI to HDMI adapter come into this??? (not mentioned before Post# 3)

 

Can you test it seperately, either just using the Xbox - hdmi - adapter - monitor or TV?

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The xbox works and I can play on my monitor when using the HDMI to DVI adapter. But when I go through the GameCap there is no image.

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Can I use Roxio Game Capture HD PRO to play live games on my computer display?

Yes as long as your computer display can take HDMI or Component input.

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Ive read all the FAQs and they did not answer my questions. Ive read everything that your saying I just need to know if I can have an HDMI to DVI adapter or does it not accept that?

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Ive read all the FAQs and they did not answer my questions. Ive read everything that your saying I just need to know if I can have an HDMI to DVI adapter or does it not accept that?

 

Evidently you do not understand what the FAQ's are telling you about,

 

"Can I use Roxio Game Capture HD PRO to play live games on my computer display?

Yes as long as your computer display can take HDMI or Component input"

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Well I just finished a similar setup and took pictures of it working...

 

ONLY Difference is that I am using a DVD Player for my Compnent and HDMI source. (don't have an Xbox ;) )

 

Goes like this:

 

 

My Monitor (hdmi to div-d converter):

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HDMI from Roxio Pass Through:

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With Component Input to Roxio:

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With HDMI Input to Roxio:

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Clearly it works :huh:

 

That Monitor normally uses DVI so I did not have to select the source:

 

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Well I just finished a similar setup and took pictures of it working...

 

ONLY Difference is that I am using a DVD Player for my Compnent and HDMI source. (don't have an Xbox ;) )

 

Clearly it works :huh:

 

That Monitor normally uses DVI so I did not have to select the source:

 

 

Thank You this actually helped me unlike the posts from cdanteek. Thank you for actually helping instead of restating every FAQ on the site.

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cd has helped many here going back to when ECD 5 was Hot! :lol:

 

His humor & style can be mistaken for gruff sometimes (I have) but he IS trying to help!

 

This GameCAP is new to us and we are feeling our way along with it, just as you are ;)

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