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ogdens

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  1. The Dynex TV you have does not have any video OUTPUT jacks, so obviously there will be no OUTPUT. As a test, try using your Polaroid TV/DVD/VHS unit.
  2. You may not need a "splitter" you new TV may have the correct input. Your TV probably has a shared component and composite video input Need the make and model # of you new TV?. Here is an example of a shared jack:
  3. What is the make and model # of your new TV?.
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    Roxio Audio Issues

    See if this Video helps
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    Roxio Audio Issues

    Is this how you are set up
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    Roxio Audio Issues

    Tell us how you have got your Game device connected to the Roxio capture card.
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    email and upload shows

    No...have a look at these 2 posts....
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    Video Wave Audio "Fuzzy"

    Scott Did you try the 2 tests that Jim_Hardin suggested in his post on May 14?.
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    SP2 will not install

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    SP2 will not install

    The 55H made it to Canada.
  11. Before you start recording..... fast forward and rewind the tape completely to re-tension the spools. The beginning of the tape will usually have problems as thats the exposed end.
  12. Contact Roxio Support, they are the only ones that can help you. http://www.roxio.com/enu/support/default.html?rTrack=m_sup_home
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    Flickery Video

    Whats it like if you just have the RGC connected and nothing else running on your computer?. FYI Roxio can only record in Standard Definition (720 X 480) Makes no difference what you send it.
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    Burning Problem

    How a bout some more information....maybe a step by step of what your doing...details, details.
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    No Signal.

    When you ran the repair mode was the capture card USB plugged in ?. If it was, re run the repair again with it unplugged.
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    Help Me

    Yes Go here for setup guide http://img.roxio.com/guides/products/gamecapture/hdpro/rgchdpro_qsg_en.pdf
  17. Read post #2 in here http://forums.support.roxio.com/topic/122461-very-disappointed-in-your-products/
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    Recording Audio Stops Will Recording

    See if this is any help, File-Preferences - Normalize Audio.
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    Nxt 6 Is Not Working

    "Can someone please tell me when there will be an update to fix many of the issues I am having?" FYI Roxio/Corel has not had an updates since Creator11, which is 6 versions ago
  20. The disc is called Roxio Game Capture, and it is contained in the box when you purchase it (including the cables). This is one site that sells them: https://www.amazon.co.uk/s/?ie=UTF8&keywords=roxio+game+capture+card&tag=googhydr-21&index=aps&hvadid=223896414157&hvpos=1t2&hvnetw=g&hvrand=6800984262050897586&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvqmt=b&hvdev=c&hvdvcmdl=&hvlocint=2826&hvlocphy=1002277&hvtargid=kwd-35541962156&ref=pd_sl_72y1nwfalo_b I am not aware of any place were you can buy just the Disc, sorry.
  21. Go into your Xbox display settings and manually set it for either 1080i or 720p output (auto-detect doesn't work properly with the RGC HD Pro). Manually setting the output to 720 or 1080 should override the auto-detect. The settings in the link below are for when you are connected directly to your your TV, but you are hooked up to the Roxio unit, not the TV. http://support.xbox.com/en-US/xbox-one/console/change-tv-display-resolution
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    I Am Hetting Red 'no Signal' On Capture Software.

    Go here and try the fix in post #10 http://forums.support.roxio.com/topic/122280-trouble-with-ps4-capture/?hl=transcoder#entry526703
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    I Am Hetting Red 'no Signal' On Capture Software.

    Did you really connected a DVD or BD Player (with a Disc playing) into the RGC unit ? Just double checking.
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    Software(?) Issues

    Do you get a picture if you connect your (A/V cable) Camcorder directly into your TV?. I did a Google search on your JVC Everio GZ-2000BU.......got nothing
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