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    Working On One Xbox 360, Not The Other

    So are you saying to consider, longer cord = less signal strength? If so, nope, the cord(s) I used were probably at MOST 3 feet.
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    Working On One Xbox 360, Not The Other

    Tried it with auto sense on AND off, neither way worked. And yes, it still works perfectly fine on a tv, that's what baffles me.
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    Working On One Xbox 360, Not The Other

    I'm not sure what else would be the problem besides display settings though. I've checked, both are set for 720p HDMI Widescreen display. What else could be different that's affecting it?
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    Working On One Xbox 360, Not The Other

    I have done this, in every scenario the one works and the other doesn't. I plug the one into a capture card, open up Roxio software, and it says No Signal, unplug that HDMI cable from the xbox and put it in the other, and it works fine. Of the 3 capture cards, Xbox #1 works every time and Xbox #2 gets no signal. And I have both systems set to 720p, the setting that previously worked.
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    Working On One Xbox 360, Not The Other

    It is a red No Signal.
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    Working On One Xbox 360, Not The Other

    I have a few capture cards. Two xbox 360s. Have capture on both of them many times. Now suddenly only one is able to capture. The other one says No Signal, no matter what I try. It still works connected to a tv, and I've tried every connection that works on the other xbox. Even the same computer. Only thing I can think of is maybe a setting got changed on the one Xbox, because literally everything else works(cables, Roxio software, capture cards, computer) the only thing that isn't matching up is the xbox, and it has worked many times before as I said. Why am I suddenly getting no signal?
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    What Export Settings Should I Use?

    I just tried that. Still getting the same error.
  8. I have recently had a problem exporting videos, it seems like it's only the fairly long ones though. For instance a 12 minute video has no problem, but a 30 minute one will not export using "Same as Original" quality settings. It comes up with the error "Unable to build the render graph." I haven't found a solution to this, so unless someone has one, the question I'd like to ask is, I seem to be able to choose any other quality setting but which one would be the closest to just choosing "same as original"?
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    Anyone Else Having Trouble With Component Cables?

    My Xbox 360 works fine through an HDMI cable, but when I use my Wii with a component cable, the colors are all off. I tried adjusting the hue/saturation/contrast and that only fixes one thing while messing up another (making the blue more blue turns green into blue as well). I've seen videos of people using this card for Wii and it looks perfectly fine, so why does mine looks so bad?
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    Anyone Else Having Trouble With Component Cables?

    Yeah, there has to be something else other than needing to make adjustments. By adjusting the colors, I can only make blues more blue by also turning greens into blue and such. It's as if one of the cords is in the wrong place, which I know isn't true because it's all good on the tv, just not the PC.
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    Anyone Else Having Trouble With Component Cables?

    Awesome. Changing it to 16:9 did the trick. Thank you, sir. I'm trying to get the colors right still though. The hue and saturation stuff has always confused me.
  12. I just recently bought my Roxio Game Capture Pro HD, but I have already used it multiple times with my Xbox 360 through HDMI in and out. I decided to try out my Wii (Component cables). Everything is fine when it is plugged into the TV, and even when it is going through the capture card and into the TV, the TV side looks fine. But on the PC end the colors are off, and there is that blue bar at the bottom. I don't know what is causing it since, as I said, the feed on the TV is perfectly fine. Anyone have any ideas? Here is what I see:
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