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Video Capture On Xbox 360


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Are there step-by-step instructions on the Roxio (or other) website describing how to capture Xbox 360 with the Roxio video capture that came with my Roxio Creator 2009? Thank you

 

You shouold just be able to connect the outputs from the XBox to the capture device and use capture video.

 

What have you tried and what were the problems? Do you have the capture device? Is it installed properly?

 

Give us more information please.

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ACtually I haven't tried anything yet - I don't know where to start.

 

Let's go back to the start. What Roxio software and hardware do you have? Do you know how to Google for a question/answer? Can you find video and audio outports on the XBox 360?

 

Come back to answer these questions and we'll give you more information. If you have Creator 2010, then you would hook your 360 to the capture device and use Roxio Capture to record your game play.

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Roxio Creator 2009

Roxio Video Capture USB UB315-E

HP Pavilion a747c, Windows XP

 

Yes I know my way around the Xbox and yes I know how to Google and have tried that.

 

I was hoping for a polite, professional, on point response to my simple question. That is why I came to this discussion board.

 

If step by step instructions (suitable for a novice to video capture) are not available, I will look elsewhere for help.

 

Surely Roxio doesn't just put a capture device in a pretty box with a post-card sized sheet of instructions for "Getting Started" and expect users to get the most from their product that way. "Your Roxio Video Capture USB is now ready to use" is the last sentence in those instructions - so what is next?

 

Thank you in advance for your help.

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Roxio Creator 2009

Roxio Video Capture USB UB315-E

HP Pavilion a747c, Windows XP

 

Yes I know my way around the Xbox and yes I know how to Google and have tried that.

 

I was hoping for a polite, professional, on point response to my simple question. That is why I came to this discussion board.

 

If step by step instructions (suitable for a novice to video capture) are not available, I will look elsewhere for help.

 

Surely Roxio doesn't just put a capture device in a pretty box with a post-card sized sheet of instructions for "Getting Started" and expect users to get the most from their product that way. "Your Roxio Video Capture USB is now ready to use" is the last sentence in those instructions - so what is next?

 

Thank you in advance for your help.

 

Did you look at any of the information /videos on the page that I linked to?

 

. or

 

The program they are talking about is the same as in Creator 2009.

 

(Blue Text are links and not emphasis.)

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I was hoping for a polite, professional, on point response to my simple question. That is why I came to this discussion board.

 

 

 

Although most of the folks, in these forums, have a lot of experience with the software, they don't work for Roxio, so although you may receive a polite response, you won't receive a professional response. :)

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Even easier,you might be able to hook up everything right off the XBox.Just so you know I haven't tried this.

 

On the XBox you have both a way to hook up Composite (Yellow for Video,Red & White for Audio) and HDMI.

If you can run HDMI to your TV and the Composite from the XBox adapter to the Roxio device you might get away with not having to buy all those cables and not split the signal.

 

What I don't know is if the XBox will output both video sources at the same time.Since the HDMI is high def and the Composite isn't the XBox may only output one source depending on what's plugged in.

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