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Hi there everyone, I'm wondering about which Roxio Game Capture device would be better for my situation. Myself and a few of my friends are looking to record footage of a number of older game consoles, such as the Genesis, SNES, N64, Gamecube, and PS2. I'm already fairly certain that either device would work well with recording Wii footage, but I was wondering if either device have problems with any of the aforementioned consoles.
I am trying to use my Roxio GameCapture HD Pro to capture play from my SNES. I am able to connect my SNES console directly to my TV using the RCA (Yellow, Red, White) wires with no problem. Clear video, clear audio. I am able to connect my SNES to my GameCapture with RCA and my GameCapture to my TV with RCA with no problem. Clear video and clear audio ON MY TV. However, when I connect my GameCapture to my Laptop, the Audio is clear but the video is all greyed out ON MY LAPTOP. There is no color saturation at all. The video and audio is just fine on my TV, but the video that my computer is displaying within the Roxio software has no color saturation; only shades of grey. Attached is a picture of my laptop screen. As you can see, my computer is displaying color just fine but the preview window is all shades of grey. Any thoughts?
Hello everyone, I recently purchased the Roxio Easy VHS to DVD 3 Plus to start recording Let's Plays of my favourite Super Nintendo games from when I was a kid, but when I'm recording and playing through the computer, there's a slight lag, and the framerate seems slower than that of the final, compressed product. Anyone have any tips as to how to fix this fps decrease?