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#1 SnipingRaccoon

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Posted 25 February 2014 - 08:23 AM

View PostJim_Hardin, on 31 January 2014 - 03:18 AM, said:

NO!

The HDCP code will prevent you from Recording - you will see the red 'Signal Protected'...

I am curious how you got around that one? ;)

You need to hook up a completly different source, like a DVD or BD Player - Anything that has HDMI Output and see how that works. That test will help pin down where the problem is.

I am having the exact same issue with my Roxio HD and the Xbox one,
The issue does not appear when capturing from my Xbox 360 while using the same HDMI cables as I am using for the Xbox one and it does not appear when using the component cables for the PS3!

Would this be that the card is not fully compatible with the Xbox One?

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Posted 25 February 2014 - 08:33 AM

No idea what problem you are having but I really doubt it was the same as the Topic you butted into...

State yoru problem and we will try to help -_-
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Posted 25 February 2014 - 04:14 PM

When trying to capture from the Xbox One the video has what is best described as static every 5/6 seconds in the recording. It tends to happen more if I try to record mulitple short clips
Like Start record for 30 seconds, stop capture. Start again within a minute then stop capturing again soon after. Usually the 2nd or 3rd time the "static" comes!
Also it happens if I am recording for longer than 10 minutes
I thought it may be a pc issue however the issue does not appear when capturing from my Xbox 360. I use the same HDMI cables as I am using for the Xbox one with the 360.

Would this be that the card is not fully compatible with the Xbox One?

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Posted 26 February 2014 - 02:19 PM

...and how are you getting around the 'Signal Protected' issue of Xbox One??? That might be where the issue is.

I don't think it is your PC.

There is no 'compatibility issue' it accepts ANY valid video signal from HDMI or Component input.

Do you have a microphone on the Xbox One that is open? (just wonder if it getting the static from there) Microphone on PC would not matter!
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Posted 26 February 2014 - 02:49 PM

View PostJim_Hardin, on 26 February 2014 - 02:19 PM, said:

...and how are you getting around the 'Signal Protected' issue of Xbox One??? That might be where the issue is.

I don't think it is your PC.

There is no 'compatibility issue' it accepts ANY valid video signal from HDMI or Component input.

Do you have a microphone on the Xbox One that is open? (just wonder if it getting the static from there) Microphone on PC would not matter!

There is no "signal protected" issue, well I have not experienced one at all since having the xbox one.
Maybe the kinect sensor bar is causing the static because it constantly is "Open" so it can listen to voice commands i will try to turn this off and see what happens.

I asked about the compatibility just because of the next gen consoles being new seeing if there needed to be an update to the software or something.




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