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  1. Tomatoes Jauregui

    Getting Shaky Video After Capture

    Hi everyone, Im having an issue recording from a Wii with component cables, after I finish capturing and take the file (.m2ts) into Adobe Premiere for editing the video appears to be shaky, Im trying to fix this with AP tools (taking a loong time since is approx 50 min long) but I would like to know if this can be fixed from the capture itself instead of using the video editor. I have footage from Wii U, PS4 and even older sessions with the Wii that don't have this issue at all. Thank you in advance
  2. 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?
  3. I am already aware of the 'streaming' problems side of things, but my problem is affecting me from even 'Recording'. This is how I have it currently setup: PS3 Specific Component Cable is going directly into the device (Green, Blue, Red, White/Red) The 'output', I simply have a 'Hdmi' cable going from the device directly to my TV. Then on the PS3 display settings: My Video Output | Sound are both set to the 'component' Option. [x] Standard (Pal) [x] 576p [x] 720p [x]1080i [ ]1080p <--- Left un-ticked as stated. Then when I connect the Device to my PC, My PS3 display comes up as normal on my TV (hdmi channel). The problem occurs when I run the Roxio Software, I click 'capture' it loads, then my entire screen is covered by this blank flickering screen making it unable to do absolutely anything leading me to use Task Manager to quit Roxio Software!!! Why is this happening? It doesn't give me a chance to even change any of the options via the Software because of this huge flickering screen. HOWEVER*** After Quitting Roxio Software I simply unticked all resolutions but [x] 576p on the PS3 Display Settings and the problem stops and everything works normal. I specifically purchased the Roxio HD to record in 720p, but it's not possible. Please Help, Thanks.
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