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So I'm trying to record my Playstation 1 console using the Roxio Game Capture HD Pro. The cable attached from the PS1 to the Roxio is a composite cable with the red/white/yellow cable. I believe the yellow video cable goes into the Y input on the Roxio, and the red and white sound cables go into their respective slots. The output is an HDMI cord to the TV.

I am only picking up audio and a blue screen. How do I fix this?

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Nope... you can't use a composite (single yellow video) cable into the Component (Red, Green, Blue) video inputs of the Game Capture HD Pro. (Actually, if you feed the yellow cable into the Green input, you'll get a black and white image.)

 

You'll need to get a PS/1 Component Cable, if they make one. It looks like Amazon (among others) sells one that says is works with the PS/1, but check the comments and reviews, some of the comments indicated that it doesn't work with the PS/1.

 

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Nope... you can't use a composite (single yellow video) cable into the Component (Red, Green, Blue) video inputs of the Game Capture HD Pro. (Actually, if you feed the yellow cable into the Green input, you'll get a black and white image.)

 

You'll need to get a PS/1 Component Cable, if they make one. It looks like Amazon (among others) sells one that says is works with the PS/1, but check the comments and reviews, some of the comments indicated that it doesn't work with the PS/1.

 

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Thanks for the fast reply. I was just actually finding out this information. Guess I will have to go shopping again...

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