Jump to content

Search the Community

Showing results for tags 'quality'.

  • Search By Tags

    Type tags separated by commas.
  • Search By Author

Content Type


Forums

  • Roxio General
    • News and Announcements
    • General Chat
  • Easy Media Creator Products
    • Creator NXT 9
    • Creator NXT 8
    • Creator NXT 7
    • Creator NXT 6
    • Creator NXT 5
    • Creator NXT 4
    • Easy CD and DVD Burning (in Red Box): Vista & Windows 7 , 8 and Windows 10 Compatible
    • Easy VHS to DVD 3 Plus
    • BackOnTrack
    • Legacy Creator Products
  • Gaming / Capture Products
    • Roxio Game Capture HD PRO
    • RecordNow Music Lab and Music Lab Premiere
    • Legacy Products
  • Macintosh Applications
    • Toast 20
    • Toast 19
    • Toast 18
    • Toast 17
    • Toast 16
    • Toast 15
    • Toast DVD
    • Easy VHS to DVD for Mac
    • Legacy Mac Products
  • Roxio PhotoShow
    • Roxio PhotoShow
    • Roxio MediaBook
    • PhotoShow Legacy Products

Find results in...

Find results that contain...


Date Created

  • Start

    End


Last Updated

  • Start

    End


Filter by number of...

Joined

  • Start

    End


Group


AIM


MSN


Website URL


ICQ


Yahoo


Jabber


Skype


Location


Interests

Found 6 results

  1. This is the type of grainy, broken image I am getting both in the capture software and on the TV. The issue is not with the cables as both cables have been tested directly from consoles to the TV. In addition, the signal regularly cuts out. On average, I have about 5 seconds of screen time before it cuts out for .5 - 1.5 seconds at a time. Sometimes the input even changes to Component despite that it is connected via HDMI. I'm not sure if this is a setting issue or a hardware issue, but the cutting out has been happening since I unboxed the hardware, and the video issue started the second time I hooked it up. This is my second Roxio Game Cap HD Pro, and I returned the first for similar issues. Has anyone else seen anything similar/have a fix? Windows 7 Tested on all 3 profiles within the capture software options menu. Bump, if allowed. I'd really like this to get fixed so I can stream more than my PC games.
  2. Ok so I have a Roxio HD Pro and I use it with my PS4 to record and live stream. I put my HDMI from my PS4, to my Roxio, then HDMI from Roxio, to my monitor. My problem is that the quality is not good compared to just HDMI from PS4 to monitor. I go to my video settings on PS4 and choose 1080p, but next to it it says "1080p(Unsupported)" It says that for every video option. On my PC, I go to the Roxio application and make it 1080p with the bitrate at 15000 and .mp4 format My PC specs are the following : i5 6600k @ 4.4GHZ 16GB DDR4 2800MHZ GTX 770 Samsung 850 PRO 256GB SSD 1TB Seagate HDD If someone could help me out with this issue, it would be much appreciated! Thanks!
  3. Hi I have a huge problem for me with RGC which is the quality of preview is horrible when console is set on 576p, 720p or 1080i. First of all I didn't expected amazing full hd crystal clear quality but what I get is so weird it's like my PS3 cables are really bad but when I try them on tv it looks crystal clear even though those are cheap cables and it looks on tv great in 720p and 1080i. I tried with official software with SP2 and SP1 separately I also tried it with AmaRecTV and it also looks bad. I tried with AVI with Divx and I was playing around with video settings. The wierd part is it looks great in 576i or standard PAL as it says and it's fine but I already have EzCap with S-video at that's why I bought Roxio GameCap because a lot of games aren't properely displayed in standard PAL so it's like squished or they don't work in 16:9 so what I wanted is just excatly same quality as S-video but the console would be running in 720p that's it but it looks so bad I attatched some picture last one is in default settings. I can assure that there is nothing wrong with my PC specs: Intel Core i5 480M 2,67 GHz Nvidia Geforce GT540m 1GB 3 GB of RAM Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 64 Bit Than I tried reinstalling and installing software but that didn't helped I tried plugging cables from Component video in to component video out but that's didn't helped I know that there is an issue with Audio cables so I unplugged them and ghosting partially dissapeared but it still looks horrible my setup is that I only have it connected on USB and cables are only from console I don't have TV in my room so I want to play them on PC same way as I played on EzCap but I can't because of the quality There is ghosting it looks fuzzy it's just so bad and I don't know what to do because I bought it used there is no warranty and I just have no money to buy expensive component cables just to test if that would help which I doubt here is recording example in Avi https://www.youtube....h?v=wKj69MlUyvc and here is another with DivX https://www.youtube....h?v=QKYMwFZd4PQ I don't know what to expect maybe I'm missing something maybe there are some improved drivers I really don't know but please help me
  4. Hi, I'm new to Toast. I'm just trying to create a dvd-video suitable for any dvd player with high quality rendition. I realize that if I choose DVD-Video format in Toast 12 the only possible encoding is MPEG-2. If I would like to use MPEG-4 in order to get a higher quality compression, I have to set the format "High Definition DVD". But this format is made only for Blu-Ray players. is it right? So, my question is: how do i get the best possible quality (considering my needs, to watch my dvd on TV)? Any other software (even iDVD) allows MPEG-4 encoding to create a DVD. I'm really confused.
  5. I have churned through most of this discussion board, without much success. I have seen the issue of “wrong pitch” mentioned briefly in one other post, I can't find that one now. If the moderator sees this post as a dupe, s/he is free to move it or spitcan it as needed. By “wrong pitch,” I mean the frequency of the audio heard—music in the wrong key, children sound like adults, women sound like men, and men sound like Lurch. The audio speed was unchanged, although a second or two out of synch. New install of Easy VHS to DVD 3 Plus, to a fairly new Win7 PC, 64-bit. My project was to convert home video shot on a Sony Hi8 Handycam to DVD. Software install was no problem, physical connections were a breeze. But the first time I played a video to it, the problem was obvious. This was not an issue with the videotape source—I can monitor the audio with headphones plugged into the camera, and anyway, videotape audio doesn't work like audio tape as far as tape speed goes—also, the video was unaffected. Seems to me the post I saw questioned the throughput of the PC, warned about excessive CPU usage as a possible culprit, but once again I don't think this should affect the audio's frequency. Digital, y'know. But I remembered that when I first connected the USB, it took a moment for Windoze to load the USB drivers. I clicked the balloon that popped up during the install, and saw it was searching Microsoft for the drivers. I remembered thinking it should have used Roxio drivers, but it was finished before I could make a move. But with the audio anomaly, I looked again. I opened the Device Manager (Control Panel → Hardware and Sound → Device Manager [under Devices and Printers]). I clicked the triangle next to Universal Serial Bus controllers to see the list of all the USB installations. I found several entries titled “USB Composite Device,” so I had to search through each one. I right-clicked and chose “Properties,” and clicked the “Details” tab. “Property” had a list of about 25 named attributes, one of which was “Install Date.” I knew when I had done the installation, so after awhile I knew I had the right one. So: Backed out of the Properties box, right-clicked, and chose “Uninstall.” OK, restarted the PC with the Roxio USB unplugged. With the PC powered up, I again plugged in the USB, saw the balloon pop up from the system tray, and “Click[ed] here for status.” This time I clicked the link saying “Skip obtaining driver software from Windows Update.” Once again, it finished too quickly for me to be able to tell where it was getting its drivers, but now the “Driver Software Installation” box identified it as a Roxio device. Success! Now the audio plays perfectly—no delay, good sound quality, boys sound like boys, girls like girls. Hope this helps someone.
  6. I have recently purchased the HD pro after using the standard for many years however I have found that directly uploading a 1080p video from videowave to youtube downgrades it to 480p maximum available on youtube. If however I save the file first then manually upload it, it is fine in full glorious 1080p HD. Why can't videowave upload it in the correct quality? This is appaulling for bundled software to reduce the quality. Please help, and advise what i am doing wrong or fix the issue. Win7 64bit, 30fps production setting, video captured 1080p, only modification in videowave is a colour panel at the start for the titles.. .
×
×
  • Create New...