MrDerpski replied to tM Orbit's question in Capture
Just in case any future problem happens with your recordings, make sure your bitrate is appropriately adjusted to your computer's specs. The default 7000 is the safest but 10000 is the safety barrier. Anything beyond that is unpredictable.
Also, please do follow Jim's advice on M2TS recording.
It's normal to have the "1080P (unsupported)" thing in the resolution settings when connected to the Roxio. As long as you set your PS4 to 1080p the quality degradation won't be as much as when it is set to 720p.
p.s. The colours will look a bit different it's normal
MrDerpski replied to Spalding Latham's question in Capture
Curious question, what was the bitrate you used and the specs of your computer?
Also, I've observed that it's normal to have those pink flashy lines whenever you're not recording and letting the program go idle. Something is only truly wrong when it appears when you're recording.
Play around with your picture size settings. What you're going through right now is called "overscanning" and every TV has a different way to fix it.
I checked around the net and this is what I got for Bravia TVs:
Hope it helps ^^
It depends on the editing software you're using and what your render settings are. If you're using Sony Vegas tell me I have a really good render settings that helps with making the killfeed clearer.
If you're using VideoWave I'm experimenting on that too right now and I'll post whatever I find here.