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    Lost Capture Card Cd Need Help!

    Let us know exactly which capture device/product you have, is it the older Game Capture device, or the newer Game Capture HD device? Or do you have the video capture card with VHS to DVD?
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    No Audio Recording When Usb Headset Is Plugged In. (Ps4)

    Thanks for the clarification, from your previous post, it wasn't clear. It's a pretty poor limitation of the PS4 that they don't let you direct audio to both the HDMI and either or both of the other outputs.
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    No Audio Recording When Usb Headset Is Plugged In. (Ps4)

    That's not a lot of detail. The suggestion was to try a headset with a 3.5mm plug, to see if you could get audio on that headset, and also on your recording. Did you try doing that? The thought was that if that worked, you might be able to find a USB adapter that would accept the audio from the 3.5 mm jack, and then feed it into your nice USB driven headset. So, tell us exactly what you did. Give us the make and model of whatever you purchased, where it plugs in, all the excruciating details.
  4. Excellent point, CD! If you select a "Normal 4:3" project, you won't have any HD output options, you have to select a "Widescreen (16:9)" project to output in HD.
  5. Right, for Roxio products, your option would be Creator NXT 5. While that will handle MP4 files, the disc authoring application has been "dumbed down" a lot. As a general consensus, Creator 2012 Pro is considered the best product Roxio put out. Many are happily running it with Windows 10 (myself included). So finding a "new in box" copy of Creator 2012 may do well for you. Of course, it is no longer supported by Roxio.
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    No Audio Recording When Usb Headset Is Plugged In. (Ps4)

    Yeah... it looks like it's going to be a hardware solution (adapters/splitters/etc.), unless you can get Sony to change the software in the PS4 to allow audio output to the HDMI as well as USB at the same time. There's really nothing Roxio can do about it.
  7. I agree with Jim. In your case it sounds like you only have a single drive in your system, so I'd add a second hard drive to hold those downloads. Then when you reformat your system, you only reformat the drive with the operating system, not the one with your big downloads. Alternatively, add an external, USB connected drive for those files.
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    No More Cdtext?

    Actually, it's the Windows playback software that typically ignores the CD-Text information, not the drive not reading it. A little searching on-line reveals several program which will read and display CD-Text information, if it's there. So here it's a combination of using the right application to make sure the CD-Text data is written, and then using an application that is looking for the data.
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    Lost My Cd Code For Roxio Game Capture

    Oops... missed that... obviously.
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    Lost My Cd Code For Roxio Game Capture

    Also... if you let the program register when you first installed and started it, you should be able to log into the Roxio site and retrieve your key from your list of registered products.
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    Monitor Not Displaying Capture From Roxio Hd Pro

    Well that seems odd. If you're getting the signal in OBS (and I would still ask you to please run the Roxio software and see if it gives us any more information), then the splitter must be putting out a non-HDCP signal, which I would think your monitor would be happy with since you can plug it directly into your Nintendo and see it.
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    Monitor Not Displaying Capture From Roxio Hd Pro

    Okay... I didn't get a clear answer on my second question. If both the monitor AND the Roxio device are plugged into the splitter at the same time, do you get an image in OBS? And next I would ask you to test it with the Roxio software, and tell us what you see there with both plugged into the splitter. If you get a "copy protected" message, that would indicate a different issue. I found this from one of the questions on Amazon: As long as all devices are HDCP compliant. It also works when all devices are non HDCP compliant. One or the other but it doesn't work when one device isn't or one device is and any of the others aren't. So, there's still a possibility that it's an HDCP issue if the TV is HDCP compliant, just not with the output of the RGC HD Pro.
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    Monitor Not Displaying Capture From Roxio Hd Pro

    What splitter did you get? (Link, please.) When you have both the monitor and the Roxio device connected to the splitter, do you get an image to capture through the Roxio device? Or do neither work?
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    Questions About Roxio Secure Burn

    Okay... but how do you propose to decrypt the file without the SecureBurnReader.exe file? Something has to decrypt the file, and since SecureBurn encrypted it, you need the reader file to decrypt it. The password isn't any good without the application to use it, it's not something built into Windows File Explorer. Sure, you could create a disc with just the encrypted file (I see an obvious two step approach) but that's what your customer will have, an encrypted file with no way to decrypt it. Let me know if I'm missing something.
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    Monitor Not Displaying Capture From Roxio Hd Pro

    So, from my reading through this, it sounds to me that the HDCP from the RGC HD Pro is the issue. None of the other sources that have been used would likely have HDCP on them. And if you can plug the adapter directly into the Nintendo unit and get a good signal on the monitor, then put the RGC HD Pro in the signal path, and get video on the monitoring PC, but nothing on the Monitor, the difference would be the HDCP added by the RGC HD Pro. At that point, I'd say put an HDMI splitter on the output of the Nintendo and take that signal directly to the Monitor.
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    Program Doesn't Recognize Dv Camcorder Input

    That camera has a Firewire port on it. Do you have a firewire port on your computer? (Most computers don't come with firewire.)
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    Capturing From 4K Computer

    I've highlighted the key words above, "should be". You need to prove/verify that they are showing the same thing by connecting another monitor, without the RGC HD Pro device, to that HDMI output. You'll need to set that output to be regular 1920x1080 HD output, NOT 4K. Once you have proven that you have your two display outputs duplicated, then attach the RGC HD Pro to the HDMI output and see what you can see on C2.
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    Capturing From 4K Computer

    Let me add one more observation... the Roxio Game Capture HD Pro device only captures up to "regular" HD, 1920x1080, not 4K in any flavor. So you won't be able to stream at 4K, or capture at 4K through the RGC HD Pro. So, you may be sending a 4K signal to the RGC HD Pro, but it will downsample it to 1920x1080i. (And I didn't realize it would support downsampling a 4K input signal.) <edit on> Now, I made a big assumption that you're sending a 4K signal to the RGC HD Pro device, and now that I think about it more, I find that unlikely. As poorly as the RGC HD Pro device does when you try to have something auto-negotiate an image resolution, it probably will NOT accept, or negotiate a 4K signal, simply because it can't handle it. So there is probably no way to send it a 4K signal. <edit off>
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    Burned Dvd Won't Play On Computer

    One more question I'd like to add, what application are you using to play the DVDs on your computer? How are you trying to start the playback?
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    Capturing Ps3 With Hdmi?

    You'll have to try 720p. The PS3 adds HDCP to the HDMI signal, so the RGC HD Pro can't capture it. Now, you can capture at 1080p, but the frame rate has to be 30fps, which is the same bit rate as 1080i at 60fps. Not sure if that might make any difference or not. Try the different settings to see if they make any difference for you.
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    Extract Audio From Video

    So, the message box that comes up says this exactly, "Read Error"? There's nothing more to the message? Actually, if you captured a screen shot of the message and attached that, it would let us see it for ourselves. Instructions for posting an image can be found in the first link in my signature, below. But if all it says is, "Read Error", that isn't overly helpful.
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    Extract Audio From Video

    Is there anything more to the error message beside, "Read Error"? Is that the full content of the error message? If not, please give us the full error message exactly as it's shown.
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    Black Screen And No Tv Singal / Tv Turns Off

    It's in your XBox settings, you have to specify the output. Pick an output resolution, something like 720P, just make sure the the XBox is NOT set to Auto-Detect because the Roxio game capture device doesn't respond properly to an auto-detect request.
  24. "Roxio 5"?? That could be the ancient ECDC 5, or more likely, Creator NXT 5. Based on your comment about changing software that's not broken, we can assume you had a previous version that worked for you. Those of us on here are not working for Corel and aren't the developers of the software, so "we" didn't change it. Since you presumably have a previous version that was working, what version was that? Can you reinstall and use that? If you bought (probably) NXT 5 directly from Corel, there is a 30 day money back policy on it. So, let us know what you have, current and previous versions, and what version of Windows you're running. Also, you mention an error message. What is that error message, exactly?
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    My Roxio Gamecap Hd Pro Says "select Video Device Failed"

    thereaper115, you need to tell us more. Have you tried running the repair option that is listed above? (How many times?) Does your Game Capture device light up as expected? Have you tried plugging it into a different port? Has ANYthing changed on your computer between the time it worked and didn't work? (Any updates from MS? New software/games/hardware installed?) Have you tried a different USB port? Now tell us about your set up. What game device are you using? PS3/4? XBox of some sort? How are you connected, Component cables? HDMI Cables? Some combination and if so, exactly what? Do you still get an image on your TV? Sorry, but a "me too" posting on a 2 1/2 year old thread needs as much information as if you had started a new thread, which would have been almost as good.
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