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Works In 720P 60 But Only After I Set Console To 720P (Wii U)

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As you know by now, YouTube now supports 60FPS uploads but only up to 1080p and so far only one capture card can support both (for consoles). While this is not a concern to me, what is a concern is that I can only record 60fps up to 720P. I'm aware that most capture cards, when set to 1080P, can only record up to 30fps. While I understand that, what I don't understand is that when the console resolution is set to 1080P, even after setting the software recording resolution to 720P, it still records at 30fps, but when I set the console resolution to 720P, it can record in 60fps. (Keep in mind that all of this is done on HDMI.) The questions I have in mind are:

 

Does this only happen to Wii U?

 

 

Is it due to the HDMI? Should I switch to Component?

 

 

Is this a hardware or software issue with the capture card?

 

 

Any and all feedback are well appreciated. :)

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I hate to shatter your bubble but there is NO difference between 30p and 60i :huh:

 

Interlaced Requires twice as many frames per second to do the same thing that Progressive does in 30.

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o.o I'm just wondering why the console settings have to be changed to record in that many frames per second.

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I have the same problem on the Xbox One. I have my console set to 1080p and the roxio game cap set to 720p and i get 30 fps. But if i change the console to 720p, i get 60 fps on the roxio without changing any settings on the roxio... I dont understand whats going on. The new update just rolled out so i assume its a bug there, and in that case we will be waiting another couple of months for it to be fixed..... I also checked that it wasn't my game (Call of Duty AW), because xbone tends to frame rate drop to maintain 1080p, but the game runs at a solid 1080p at 60fps... One more thing, it is in both MP4 and M2TS so its not the format either...

Edited by Maxusomega

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For some reason you may only record in 60fps if the resolution is set to 720p on the Wii U (or any other console technically). The Roxio will cap the recorded framerate to 29.97fps if the signal is 1080i/p.

Edited by MrDerpski

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