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#1 DustedHam

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Posted 14 December 2013 - 06:43 AM

Hello, I just got my Roxio Game Capture HD Pro yesterday, and I can't seem to get it to work right.
I have a similar problem to this topic:
http://forums.suppor...o-signal-issue/

I've done multiple Installs, repairs ect... nothing seems to work.
The options button causes the software to crash.
  • I'm using the component cables on a Nintendo Wii, and HDMI to the TV. (I have an Xbox if I should be trouble shooting with that instead)
  • Audio and picture on the TV is fine.
  • Software starts with: Status No Signal.
  • I Adjust the Quality in the Software, It starts Fine but quickly becomes blurry and unusable. (Audio quality is ok, Cuts in and out with the video ?)
  • The Options Button Crashes the Program.
  • The Service "RoxMediaDBGame1X" is Running.
In Short I have no Idea what's going on.
Any help would be great,

Thanks All.

EDIT:
I Forgot to note that This PC has no CD-ROM, I had to use a networked pc's drive, don't see how that could cause a problem but I figured you may want to know.

EDIT 2:
Xbox Component and HDMI yield similar results

PC INFO:
Attached File  RGC_Log_12142013_1.txt   10.8KB   315 downloads

Edited by DustedHam, 14 December 2013 - 02:21 PM.


#2 DustedHam

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Posted 14 December 2013 - 02:56 PM

Hey, I got it fixed... T'was a weird one, I uninstalled it with Revo, and did a reinstall and it seems to be working now! If it breaks again I'll be back.

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Posted 16 December 2013 - 10:30 AM

Hey I just though I'd share my hardware setup. Mostly because I'm surprised it works and for some reason makes me giggle.
Here's the basic setup, I'd draw a diagram if I could.
  • HDMI in from Laptop
  • HDMI out to TV 1
  • Component in from Console
  • Component out to TV 2
  • Audio out to Speakers (with Headphones)
  • Digital Audio from TV 1 to Surround sound.
Oddly Enough, The card can show the console on both TV's or, it can also show the console on TV 2 and the Laptop on TV 1.
I like how it allows me to still play movies and games on the big screen, and games on my small screen, without ever having to switch around any cables.
so I can stream with friends on the couch or alone at my desk.

I had a really rocky start with the card, but I'm really glad I picked one up.

My only issue now is the capture software is really lacking in capabilities, and the card doesn't function with any other streaming software. (xsplit if you pay) I hate seeing such a good card be bogged down by software, if you fixed that up a bit they'd probably sell like hot cakes.

Thanks for reading all.

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