Basically, I went the RGC Device route because I live in a very Rural area. And since my internet provider only has 750 KBS available at this time for where I live, which isn't enough to stream. I figured I could at least record my footage and post to my YouTube account. Something that should be so simple is turning out not to be. Not only for myself but others as well. And I am very frustrated. I do not want to spend anymore $$$ on this. I just want it to work as it's supposed to and do what I want to do.
Moving on; Everything is configured/calibrated to the proper settings as far as my Xbox One goes. No, I don't have another device that has an HDMI port that I could plug the RGC Device into. And how would I know if it works with another device, say a DVD Player?
Again, my TV, Xbox are setup right. Everything is plugged in to where it should be correctly. And I don't get how it worked on my older PC, then didn't. I also had the same Blue Screen, Red No Signal on my old PC, then it just started working. I don't know how or why? Then it crapped out, for lack of a better term and started crashing my PC. I have done everything that I've read in the forums, seen videos for on YouTube, etc. and I still end up with the Blue Screen Red No Signal (now on my newer PC). I have also checked to make sure that everything; HDMI Cables, Xbox, TV, PC, etc. work on their own except for the RGC Device.
I understand that if something isn't connected properly, that's why I'd get the Red No Signal, yet everything is plugged in where it should be. It also doesn't explain why it's crashing my newer PC, which as I've stated before is well above the minimum requirements needed for the RGC Device.
I have bought new HDMI Cables, a newer/more powerful PC, everything works until I open the program and try to record then that's when I get the Blue Screen Red No Signal then it crashes!
Is there some other way to see if it's either the software or the RGC Device that's not working properly? Like I said, I don't have another HDMI capable device I can try. Thanks again.