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    Many Many Issues

    -Make & Model- Asus K55A -Windows 8 -Processor- Intel® Core i5-3210M CPU @ 2.5GHz -RAM- 4.00 GB -64-bit Operating System The only reasonable explanation is that something is overheating. All cables are only about 1 month old. Another thing that happened last night--I was viewing another users thread on the "blank preview box". Jim, I saw where you told him how to try to fix it, and I followed all steps exactly. Turned of AV and firewall, removed capture card, reinserted the Roxio disc, and ran the repair, turned back on AV and firewall, and rebooted the system. Only to run into a bigger problem. I open the capture window, and now I have no signal. -.- Time to uninstall and reinstall and keep my fingers crossed.
  2. Wafflegazm

    Many Many Issues

    I don't know if you remember me Jim Hardin, but about 4 months ago, my capture card wasn't working correctly, and come to find out, it was my computer's specs. Well I bought a new computer that exceeds all the requirements, and there is always a problem. THIS being just one of them: I can be playing for about an hour, then all of a sudden, my TV goes black for a few seconds. Usually happens in spurts. For example: It will be fine all night, then within a 10 minute period, it will black out almost 10 times, for a few seconds each time. Not only does it black out, but it deletes my recording. Another issue. About 1/5 times that I open up the program, it will completely stop responding as it did on my old laptop. Both the recording program and VideoWave. Like I said, that's just A COUPLE issues. My most current issue is my preview box is completely black. When I'm not recording, when I am recording, and just....always. It actually records the gameplay, but the black box makes me paranoid as if it's not working. I know you're going to back Roxio up on this one (and as reprensentative, you should of course), but I may have a faulty capture card. Either that, or Roxio should have planned better before releasing this device and software, seeing that MANY customers have plenty of issues. I also say software, because VideoWave has minor problems, mostly just being slow... but I only use it to extract audio, so I'll go ahead and stop complaining about it. Sorry to report so many issues, and I hope I get a reasonable response....
  3. Wafflegazm

    Something Must Be Done!

    For the past few weeks now, I've been researching how to get the best quality for my videos, and why things aren't working out for me. I recently found out that my videos weren't the best quality because my profile was set to 480p instead of 720p. So what do I do? Obviously I switch it to 720p. BIG MISTAKE. Not only does it lag my videos in VideoWave and make them uneditable.....But it also lags them while I'm capturing them in the capture window. If I capture for more than about 2 minutes at a time, it will eventually make Roxio stop responding. Hell, I even uninstalled then reinstalled the program just to make sure it wasn't a glitch from when I switched my profile resolution. However, the videos that I actually DID get to capture play perfectly fine in Windows Media Player... My computer specs: Running on Windows 7 Intel Pentium Dual CPU T2370 1.73GHz 3GB RAM 32-bit operating system Maybe I should sell this and get an Elgato? A very legit PVR...
  4. Found the problem!! My Rocio profile was set to 480p. I then switched it to 720p, which led me to a bigger problem; VideoWave lags with the playback when I do that. But it plays fine in Windows Media player. Looks like I'm stuck with standard definition videos when I bought an HD game cap. Thanks a lot Roxio!
  5. Wafflegazm

    Stream Not Starting On Twitch.tv

    Same problem here. Saves my first two vids, then doesn't stream anymore. If this is such a common problem, why isn't it being fixed?
  6. I definitely tried that first. I called support and told them my problem, and the man said that since its a Roxio related problem, I need to go into the Roxio forums. Very irritating.. To show you what I mean, here are my videos: youtube.com/wafflegazm Another thing.... My capture bit rate is at 11000. Should I adjust that any?
  7. I record with the Roxio GameCap HD Pro and use VideoWave as my editing software. Since the service pack 1.1 has come out, there are a limited amount of export options. It seems like I have tried almost EVERY single one in the list to get my video to true 720p. But YouTube shows my videos are HD in 720p, but when I watch them, I easily notice fuzziness. I can tell its not 720p at all. I have been trying to figure out how to fix this for the past couple weeks now. Any help at all would be appreciated.
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