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  1. Reaperzzz18

    Choppy Capture

    Dead Rising 3 on the Xbox One (which I'm assuming what you mean by game box). I don't have a desktop PC to use this with, however I just tested the capturing again except this time I switched the video bitrate to 10000 kbps. Had no issues with the cutscene, but after about 12 minutes into capturing the gameplay capture started to have issues which was surprising. Then after about a minute or two of framerate stutters, it went back to normal and I managed to finish the capture with about 30 min of gameplay footage that had no framerate problems with the cutscenes and only about a minute or so of framerate issues in the gameplay. I have no idea what I did to make a difference, nor do I know why I had a random issue with the framerate at halfway through my capture. I just hope that it doesn't happen again. I'm gonna keep testing it and maybe make a new topic with some video footage.
  2. Reaperzzz18

    Choppy Capture

    Nice to know that I'm not the only one suffering from this. However, I was hoping for some advice in some way to help me understand what may be causing this issue. I noticed that when I capture during cutscenes that's when the framerate seems to stutter and break up, but when I start to capture when I'm playing the game there seems to be no issue. Unless of course I encounter another cutscene which then causes it to stutter again.
  3. Reaperzzz18

    Choppy Capture

    I've had a lot of issues with my Roxio GameCapture HD pro. I don't think it's an issue with my laptop, but I can't say for sure. I've had issues in the past with the Videowave program having issues editing videos where it would it would just crash randomly after any edit. Now I'm having issues capturing any gameplay. Every time a cutscene appears the capture starts to stutter and glitch out. I'm assuming that this is a framerate issue, but I don't know what is causing it. My laptop specs are: Processor: Intel Core i7-3840QM CPU @2.80 GHz RAM: 32 GB System Type: 64-bit Memory: 900 GB + Seagate External Harddrive of 3 TB If anyone can give me some advice on how I can solve my capture problems, that'd be great.
  4. Reaperzzz18

    Videowave Freezes Constantly While Editing

    So I followed every step, but its still freezing. I mean I even opened previous productions to edit, but the stupid program stopped responding. Any more tips you can possibly give?
  5. So I purchased the Roxio GameCapture HD Pro in order to record my game play footage and then share it on the internet. Unfortunately, I can't seem to get past editing the videos since the VideoWave software keeps freezing as I am editing. It freezes for a couple minutes after I split a clip, add some text, or any other minor thing that I want to change with the clip. Sometimes I actually have to force shut down the program since it won't respond. I have read some prior posts, but I'm not as familiar with all the technical terms as everyone else. Some quick information as I know that is important, the clips I have are around 20-25 minutes long and are also around 2-2.5 GB. I save these clips on a 3 TB external hard drive. I then drag them into the VideoWave software which I have saved on my laptops hard drive. My biggest problem is where I take a clip and try splitting it up so that I only have the important bits that I want, but for some reason this does not agree with the software. My computer specs are: Alienware M18XR2 Intel Core i7-3840QM CPU @ 2.80 GHz 32 GB RAM Windows 7 64-bit operating system I have tried to uninstall and re-install the software, but that has yet to work. If anyone can help, that'd be great.
  6. haha, yeah I do know how to view it in HD on Youtube , but honestly when I had uploaded the videos and checked them it wouldn't let me have the option to view them in HD. I had made a few videos on Youtube and had waited for like three days, but still wasn't showing it in HD. So that why I decided to post this on the forum, since it just seemed like nothing that I was doing was working. The only thing I had changed from my previous videos was choosing the 720p format in the Capture program. Before I had chosen the 1080i to record the first videos I had captured, but like I said days had gone by and I still wasn't able to view it in HD. At least now I know the steps that I need to take to upload the videos to Youtube in HD. Thanks for your response.
  7. So I recently bought the Roxio Game Capture HD Pro and have been having a lot of issues with uploading to Youtube in HD. That's the whole reason I bought the HD Pro so that I could record my Xbox 360 gameplay in HD and then upload it to Youtube in HD. In saying that, when I am initially capturing my footage I have set it to HD 720p under the options in the Capture program and have changed my Xbox 360 display settings to 1080i. I seem to be able to capture the gameplay in HD and even when I'm working with it in Videowave it seems to still remain in HD. However when I'm trying to upload it to Youtube the maximum quality that I get is 480p which I could have gotten with the standard roxio game capture. When I'm done editing my videos I render them through Videowave and choose the settings of NTSC and Windows Media Video 9, 1920x1080 VBR. I have heard that this is the best setting in order to get HD quality on youtube, but clearly this hasn't worked. I have gone through all sorts of forums as well as tutorials on youtube, but nothing seems to work. If anyone can please help me fix this problem that would be fantastic. I'll post a link to the one video (had others, but deleted them due to their poor quality) so you can see what I'm talking about. I'll also put my computers specs in case that helps. PS I'd also like to say now that I would prefer avoiding any advanced technical jargon as I may not be able to understand it, however I'm not a complete idiot with a computer. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1YVgv2IZ-uU OS: Windows 7 Processor: Intel® Core™ i7-2630QM CPU @ 2.00GHz 2.00GHz RAM: 8.00 GB System type: 64-bit Operating System DirectX runtime version: 11.0 Graphics Card: GeForce GT 540M Driver version: 314.07 Hope this helps.