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Roxio Game Capture - Real Capture Specs!


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Hello guys,

 

I did pre-order the capture card Roxio Game Capture.

 

I live in Brazil and will take nearly 20 days to get here. Until then I have doubts about it and I just need someone to answer.

 

Who can answer:

 

- It captures at 480p@30fps or 480p@60fps? (For check this, open Virtualdub in CAPTURE AVI mode, select OVERLAY and turn on any PS3/X360 60fps game, in status bar you see)

 

- Can I use any VFW codec in the recording?

 

- Its uncompressed AVI or compressed AVI??

 

- Its select 16:9 or 4:3 at the time of recording?

 

- Using other software, it can record in MPEG2?

 

- The recording software will be sold separately?

 

 

 

Thank you in advance.

 

 

 

Claudio Raphael

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- It captures at 480p@30fps or 480p@60fps? (For check this, open Virtualdub in CAPTURE AVI mode, select OVERLAY and turn on any PS3/X360 60fps game, in status bar you see)'

 

It captures at 60fps

 

- Can I use any VFW codec in the recording?

 

The codecs aren't selectable as options within the roxio software, only the containers.

 

- Its uncompressed AVI or compressed AVI??

 

It appears to capture by default uncompressed. It looks fairly nice, I have a 25 minute video that is roughly 6.5GB.

 

- Its select 16:9 or 4:3 at the time of recording?

 

Defaults to 4:3. I think 16:9 is possible, but I haven't looked for it yet.

 

- Using other software, it can record in MPEG2?

 

I am going to test this tomorrow night, but I suspect it should work, as the roxio is detected in device manager as a sound/video device.

 

- The recording software will be sold separately?

 

Not sure. It won't be free on the site, as there is a CD Key required to install.

 

 

Answers in bold. Hope it helps.

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