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  1. Okay, so my issue is more of a complicated one. I just got around to using my Game Cap Pro after letting sit around for a few months but I can't get it working. I've got a pair of HDMI cables and and a pair of composite cables. Obviously I use the HDMI cables to connect my TV and PC, which works fine but I can't get the composite cables to work. The Roxio Game Cap Pro uses component cables, but I don't and can't get those. To substitute, I plug the red and the white into their normal places and the yellow into the green while plugging the other end into my PS3. Here's where the issue comes in: All I get when I do this is a blue screen. I have the input on the software set to HDMI and I get no signal. The problem isn't that my TV is old either, it's actually brand new. So is it possible to fix this issue or am I going to wait until I can get the component cables?
  2. So today i went out to buy a RCA male to Minijack Female, i got home and plugged the Red/White cables into my roxio sound output, and my headphones into the minijack, but there was no sound! I then plugged back my old red/white into the roxio and the other end into my speakers, sound worked fine, then i plugged the new converter into the output on my speakers and then there was sound on my headphones, but also on my speakers. I just want to be able to use headphones/earphones or a headset!... I can't see why roxio just didn't add a Minijack into the Roxio device itself :/ HELP PLEASE!
  3. TheOmegaPixel

    Separate Audio And Video Components

    Hi, I'm not sure if this has been covered but if it has been just feel free to drop the link in the reply. I want to a buy the Game capture pro card but i need to know if it can work with my current set up. I want to record PC games (and consoles in the future). My Video currently feeds through a HDMI cable to my monitor and my sound is directly into my headset from my mother board's on board sound (via 3.5mm headphone jack). My question is; can I run the video component through HDMI and then run the audio seperately through the audio ports on the device? How I imagine I would accomplish this is by running the video through HDMI cables as per intended. Then run the audio through the sound card in my PC via a 3.5mm jack (standard analogue headphone jacks) into a 3.5mm to 2xRCA adapter, then into the capture device, out to a 2xRCA to 3.5mm jack adapter then into my headset. Will this record audio and visuals in one file, all synced? Also can I run Audio and Video from a console in a similar fashion? I will be purchasing a small laptop to attach the capture device to, so details for that are unkown. my system is: intel core i7 3930k Asus nvidia gtx560ti Asus Rampage IV Formula (with on board sound card) 2TB HDD + 500GB HDD (no raid) 16GB RAM at 1333MHz Samsung TV/Monitor Thanks