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  1. I just recently bought my Roxio Game Capture Pro HD, but I have already used it multiple times with my Xbox 360 through HDMI in and out. I decided to try out my Wii (Component cables). Everything is fine when it is plugged into the TV, and even when it is going through the capture card and into the TV, the TV side looks fine. But on the PC end the colors are off, and there is that blue bar at the bottom. I don't know what is causing it since, as I said, the feed on the TV is perfectly fine. Anyone have any ideas? Here is what I see:
  2. UltraRageShadow

    Wii Won't Record In Color

    Hello, my Wii console won't record in color on my roxio game capture (regular). The TV itself is in full color and is on the AV mode. The roxio however records video and audio fine, except for that it's not in color. Is there a special cable that I need for this to work? If so, please leave a reply down below. I'm not sure if anybody uses this forum anymore, but any help would be greatly appreciated! Setup: Audio Out: Red and white Wii component cables. Video Out: White Wii component cable into the "Y" plug. Audio In: Roxio red and white component cables. Video In: Roxio green component cable into the "Y" plug.
  3. Okay, so the topic title should give you a good idea of what's going on, but let me explain: I have tried to connect both my Nintendo Gamecube, and Wii to the capture card. I haven't had the desired result; being the TV displaying the proper video/audio input, and the card capturing the desired footage. My results have either been, both having grey scale video displayed, one having color (usually the TV) while the other has grey scale (usually the card). The other being the capture card just doesn't find the signal. The following are the connections settings I used and that failed (keep in mind I am working with a flat-screen projector-box-type Mitsubishi TV): Wii - HD composite converter cables - Roxio - HD Composite Cables/USB Cable - TV/PC Wii/GC - Analog Composite (RWY) - Roxio - HDCC/USB - TV/PC Wii/GC - Analog - Roxio - Analog/USB - TV/PC Wii - HDCC - Roxio - Analog/USB - TVPC Wii/GC - Analog - TV Analog Input - TV Analog Monitor Out - Analog - Roxio - HDCC/USB - TV composite Input/PC None gave me what I need, which is color caputre on the Roxio and Color display on the TV. If anyone has any advice, I would be very appreciative. Thank you, Khenpoe
  4. Okay, so the topic title should give you a good idea of what's going on, but let me explain: I have tried to connect both my Nintendo Gamecube, and Wii to the capture card. I haven't had the desired result; being the TV displaying the proper video/audio input, and the card capturing the desired footage. My results have either been, both having grey scale video displayed, one having color (usually the TV) while the other has grey scale (usually the card). The other being the capture card just doesn't find the signal. The following are the connections settings I used and that failed (keep in mind I am working with a flat-screen projector-box-type Mitsubishi TV): Wii - HD composite converter cables - Roxio - HD Composite Cables/USB Cable - TV/PC Wii/GC - Analog Composite (RWY) - Roxio - HDCC/USB - TV/PC Wii/GC - Analog - Roxio - Analog/USB - TV/PC Wii - HDCC - Roxio - Analog/USB - TVPC Wii/GC - Analog - TV Analog Input - TV Analog Monitor Out - Analog - Roxio - HDCC/USB - TV composite Input/PC None gave me what I need, which is color caputre on the Roxio and Color display on the TV. If anyone has any advice, I would be very appreciative. Thank you, Khenpoe
  5. Rawrgodzilla

    New To The Roxio Hd Pro

    I have a component cable switch box for my wii , ps2, ps3 do you think i should be able to hook the switcher box to the Roxio and then the roxio to my tv ? I also own a wii u
  6. JCMoore

    Wii Setup Clarification

    Hey all, Just got my Game Capture HD Pro. Works perfectly with the Xbox 360, but for the Wii its in black and white. The set-up right now is the A/V cables from the Wii going into the box and then an HDMI cable going into the TV. From what I've read online, it sounds like I need to invest in a set of HD Component Cables for the Wii. Is this correct? Wanted to check before I spent more. Any other way to get it working without buying more? Or if so, any good place I can buy said cables from? Thanks.
  7. Dear Roxio forums. I'm a happy owner of Toast 11, and I have a movie file on my mac that I want to convert to a wii compatible format. But I'm having a issue when trying to convert the file. It is possible for me to convert the file in Toast without any problems, but when i examine the file size of the converted file, the file size is multiplied by a factor around x10 - x15. For example my original file has a file size of 117,4MB and the converted file has a file size of 1,77GB (wii best) or 1,09 GB (wii standard)!?! What is going wrong? I hope that you can answer my question since I really like Toast, and I don't want to find a new program to convert video files in. Sincerely Simon P.S. The file that I want to convert has the following specifications (according to Finder): Type: MPEG-4-movie Size: 177,4MB Resolution: 1280 x 720 Codecs: H.264, AAC Length: 15:44
  8. Arimor

    Wii Games On Wii U?

    So I can see my Wii-U display in the Capture window, but when I go to the 'Wii Menu (original Wii games)' my input drops. Are there any solutions to this problem?
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