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  1. I recently found my unopened Roxio Game Cap HD Pro and set it up to stream the Super Smash Bros to my friends in Discord. I know that the preview will inherently be bad quality, but the my Switch won't even show a 1080p option when connected to the capture card. When I plug it directly to the TV it shows up 1080 just fine, but once I string it through, the max resolution listed is 720p. I've tried multiple HDMI's and am using 2 currently that both output 1080p to the same TV, I've tried restarting the Switch and my computer, but no luck. Can anyone help with this?
  2. I have Roxio VHS to DVD 3 Plus (Build 301B91B ENU). My source is a Hi8mm Digital Tape. From Record, Edit, and Save Option, when I export, at best quality, the captured video to my COMPUTER folder, the software gives me a resolution choice of 640 x 480 OR 720 x 480. The same exported video at 640 x 480 has a much larger file size that when it is exported at resolution 720 x 480 to my COMPUTER folder. Both files (640 X 480) and (720 X 480) exported to my COMPUTER folder, have all other parameters equal (i.e. both have the data rate = 15000 and export with best quality setting). For example, when I exported to my COMPUTER 1 min duration of a captured Hi8mm tape, the size of the file exported at 640x480 is 123,716 KB and the size of the exported at 720x480 file is 70,738 KB – much smaller file size in my COMPUTER folder: Does that mean that the 640x480res file is higher quality when I use the COMPUTER file for future edits? If not, why the larger size? Thanks,
  3. I'm new to Toast and hoping it will replace iDVD as my creator of choice. Having tried burning some movies I've found it hard to get a resolution that is equivalent to the original file. Also, it seems to find it hard to keep the aspect ratio of the film. The online help section in the software takes me to a dead page on the site. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
  4. Hi! My problem is- i connect rgc hd pro with my ps4 (HDCP disabled) and my resolution set up automatically to 480p and there's no sound. I try do everything and the problem still exist. I have no idea what to do...when i set 1080i in my ps4 resolution is fine but still no sound and i don't know what's going on, it's look like enabled hdcp but as i say it's disabled. ps,, sorry for my english
  5. I just purchased Creator NXT. My objective is to edit an MP4 HD video stored on my hard drive, then output the result back to my hard drive, still in MP4 format, and preserving the original resolution. The source video is 1280 x 720. But the best resolution I can achieve for output is 720 x 480, which I get by picking the best iPad setting from the "All" category. (As confirmation of the loss of resolution, the original video fills the MediaPlayer screen, while the output video is smaller, with a black border surrounding it.) Is NXT capable of 1280 x 720 MP4 output to the hard drive? If not, is there a Roxio product that *can* do it? Thanks.
  6. Hi there, I had a quick question about the resolution of my gameplay footage. Initially, I was getting clips that were 1280 x 720 or higher, but now, the best I can get from my Roxio is 720 x 480. I didn't mess around with any of the settings, this just did it on its own as far as I can tell. Anyone have a similar problem or even better, a solution? Thanks a million.
  7. Ok so i recently bought the Roxio Game Capture HD Pro about a week ago, I figured out how to set it up, And it's fully functional ill give it 9/10 but theres ONE issue, It records video screens WAY to fast, When i uploaded my video to youtube, It came out so small and crunched up.. Please Help :c Heres the video to see what im talking about : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GFXve7gEzEA
  8. I have just bought the game capture hd pro and i am having a problem with black bars appearing at both the top, bottom and sides of my videos. The video source is a pc set to a resolution of 1920 x 1080. The signal is passing through fine and the roxio software is capturing no problem (apart from black bars). The video quality slider is all the way to the right at it's maximum setting, format is set as M2TS (for some reason this is the only option) When I go to tools -> options the profile is set at "HD 1080P", video bitrate is "1500" kbps. When I put the recording software in full screen mode I see the black bars, I also see them when I play the captured video in vlc player. I don't see any other settings that could affect this, does anyone know how to fix it? I could fix it in editing (I use sony vegas, but I'd rather be capturing at optimal resolution and not loosing quality to black bars). Attached is a screenshot of video captured with the card (I'm recording on a different computer to the source one, that's why roxio software isn't visible.)
  9. I have a Roxio game capture HD Pro. When i plug it into my 32inch Flat screen Tv and to my Xbox 360 it says -"Resolution not supported,change resolution on external device"-........ My software on my Pc also says in RED -No signal- The USB is plugged into my pc and both HDMI cables are plugged in between my Tv and Xbox 360.... I also saw the Roxio game capture HD pro listed under my device manager...... Please help me to resolve this issue...Maybe it's my Tv size or something?
  10. Roxio wants to use 1024 x 768 32 bit resolution. My computer is set for 1680 x 1050 64 bit resolution. If I don't accept the box option, the program closes. If I accept, then the resolution becomes the unusable 1024 x 758 and I must go to the control panel and restore the higher resolution. This makes label making difficult. HELP!!
  11. I have my Quality setting bar set to as high as possible, and the video bitrate is set to 15,000 kbps. I am currently running an HDMI into my monitor (which I use to play on), but for whatever reason when I record game play the video resolution is set to 1280x720 pixels @ 29.97 fps. I was under the impression that this device records at 60 fps on all resolutions (excluding 1080p). Why, if the display settings on my PS3 are set at 1080i, is the video resolution not at, say, 1920x1080? Note: If 720p is the highest resolution that records at 60 fps, how can I change the quality settings to 720p? Is there a specific bitrate?
  12. This seems to happen quite a lot i'll be recording gameplay. When i record gameplay i often play for like 2 hours at a time and the resolution always changes! it goes from 720p to 480p and this happens on both Playstation 3 (component) and Xbox (HDMI). Notes: - i have limited space usually about 20GB - i always forget to check the resolution and i don't see why i should have to 1) how do i fix this? 2) why does it do this?
  13. I just bought Videolab HD and I go to create DVD's and it says, "The current display settings do not meet the minimum requirements for this application. Please change the screen resolution to 1024 x 768 pixels or higher, and the color quality to 16-bit or higher. I have dual screens which are both set at 1920 x 1080 pixels. A 23" monitor connected via VGA and a 37" Toshiba TV connected via HDMI. I am running windows 8 with and Intel quad core and 8gb of RAM. And my video card is Zotac Geforce GTS 450 amp edition. 1024mb ddr5. I can't figure out why I get the error unless its a compatability issue with Windows 8. Any help would be appreciated.
  14. I'll admit, I don't understand bitrate as a concept that well. In my head, if you have to display 1000 frames of video at 30 frames per second, then you should be loading whatever data is needed per frame with enough time to spare for a smooth transition. Any faster is uneeded, any lower is deterimental. And it should be deterimined not by a file, but by the processing power of the device playing it. That's the end result when it comes to FPS anyways, right? Anyways, what bitrate is good for the max quality possible, for both/either 720p, 1080i and p? Would any other settings change the answer? Thanks!
  15. I have an MPEG-2 file that is 5.21 GB and looks great when played on my Mac with VLC. When I try to burn it to a dual-layer disc, Toast downsizes the file to 2.64 GB and the resolution is no longer as crisp or sharp. Any idea why this is happening or suggestions? Thanks! Input file 44:15 Video: MPEG-2, 1920 x 1080, 29.97 fps Audio: Dolby Digital 5.1, 48000 Hz Output file Video: MPEG-2, 4.0 Mbps (8.0 Mbps max) Audio: Dolby Digital 192 kbps
  16. Greetings! I have a few screenshots to share. The first one shows a portion of a screen without any artifacts...the image is very close to the original VHS screen. The second shows a portion of a screen with some artifacts, the section in the box being blown up for clarity. The artifacting - horizontal lines - is visible during playback of the burned disc. When playing back the capture (MPEG) file, there are artifacts, but not nearly as noticeable. Also, the artifacting occurs most noticeably when there is a lot of movement on-screen. I understand a little about the resolution of VHS versus the resolution possible in DVD...that is, VHS is roughly equivalent to 333x478 px in today's terminology. It seems reasonable that what I'm seeing is the natural result of making a higher resolution recording of a lower resolution source... In my research, I have come across devices that claim to be able to create smoother copies, such as DVDO's iScan. Since the purpose of capturing my VHS to DVD is to reduce the cost of replacing my video collection, it would be counterproductive to spend $3k on such hardware...or even a few hundred on one from eBay (not to mention the risk of getting a lemon from an eBay source)... So, I suppose the question really comes down to this: Are there controls within EVD to help reduce this problem? I'm using the default settings. TIA!
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