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I think your better option, assuming your card supports it, is to get a mini-HDMI to standard HDMI cable and use that to connect to the RGC unit. Separately, connect your monitor to your DVI output, and see if your card supports duplicating the screen on both the DVI and mini-HDMI port. That avoids any extra devices. Hopefully the HDMI will have audio.


So, it would parallel connections, like this:


mini-HDMI -> standard HDMI / RGC device

DVI -> screen

my screen has hdmi i dont understand why i need VGA ??

my graphic card model is:NVIDIA GeForce GTX 550 Ti

how do i know if it supports sound trough mini hdmi ?

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Maybe??? Audio would not be present...


But keep in mind that people make about every connection imaginable for specific applications, but that does not mean they will work for yours!


I had an HDMI to Component cable once but I can guarantee it DID NOT WORK! You cannot simply pass wires around and covert digital to component :o That requires some electronics between the two ;)


We also see many HDMI to Component that don't seem to work.... So just because the picture looks right, it is no guarantee it will actually work -_-

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My bad. You shouldn't. I didn't catch why you're using the DVI connector. So no, you shouldn't need the DVI connector at all. Just go from the mini-HDMI -> RGC -> Screen.

and it will deliver sound to the card??

my graphic card is NVIDIA GeForce GTX 550 Ti

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The Screen on the right is the PS4?


Is it the PS4 that you are starting (never seen one so I have no idea) in the video???


Is there a setting in the PS4 so that you can Lock the output to HDMI and not let it use anything like Auto Sense?


Same for the Monitor?

no its all PC's

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If the color is Green you did not install the software correctly...


Either that or your USB connection or cable are at fault...


Green = software is not seeing the Device :huh:


Swap around Ports and Cables to test for the that one.


For the Software, do a proper repair:


First thing to do is to turn off your Anti Virus, Firewalls, Registry Cleaners, etc.


Unplug your RGC Device and put it aside until you are completely finished.


Now insert your Roxio Disc.


Be sure you accept the offer to Check for Updates (this is for Roxio, not Windows)


When you reach the screen where
is offered, choose that!


When the Repair competes, turn your AV & Firewall back on and reboot.

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So the issue is that the Monitor that is connected from your Game Play PC goes blank once that PC brings up Windows?


Yet your Capture PC displays the RGC Preview OK?

yes, when windows finishing to load up, the screen goes blank. strange problem.

here is demonstration again:



by preview you mean blue screen? i dont see blue screen when im connecting my rgc to the screen, i see my screen power on and off button flickering.

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No idea - there is absolutely nothing in the card/software that is capable of changing anything on your PC :huh:


Best guess is that you have some Auto Sensing that is making the changes ;)

ok just played with screen resolution and it worked!


now, how do i record game sound from my computer??

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No by Preview I am refering to the Preview Pane within the Roxio Capture software...


The conclusion is that you are trying to use a setup that is beyond what was designed. While it may appear logical to you that is should work, clearly it does not!


I see 2 ways around it. One is a monitor that accepts HDMI from the RGC Device. The second would be to split the signal at the Game PC so that one is going to the RGC Capture and the other to your Monitor.

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