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hey everyone i just got my cap card for my 360 today. i have the components plugged into my tv and to the cap card, from my xbox to the cap card,have the 360 component set to HDTV, and have my 360 set to 1080i. I can never get a video signal but i do have audio. does anyone know what is wrong or what will fix this? plesae help if you guys can. thank you

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hey everyone i just got my cap card for my 360 today. i have the components plugged into my tv and to the cap card, from my xbox to the cap card,have the 360 component set to HDTV, and have my 360 set to 1080i. I can never get a video signal but i do have audio. does anyone know what is wrong or what will fix this? plesae help if you guys can. thank you

 

can anyone help?

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hey everyone i just got my cap card for my 360 today. i have the components plugged into my tv and to the cap card, from my xbox to the cap card,have the 360 component set to HDTV, and have my 360 set to 1080i. I can never get a video signal but i do have audio. does anyone know what is wrong or what will fix this? plesae help if you guys can. thank you

 

Hi DSP240,

 

Connect your COMPONENTE CABLE on X360, turn ON, go to setup and make correct signal output (COMPONENT 480p, 720p or 1080i). Turn OFF.

 

Now connect X360 COMPONENT cable on RGC input side. Take the Component cablewho came with RGC, connect in RGC output side and connect to TV. Turn ON X360 and TV. Get image.

 

Connect USB cable to PC*/NB*/NBK* and enjoy.

 

PC* = PC (Personal Computer)

NB* = Notebook

NBK* = Netbook

 

 

 

Claudio

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Hi DSP240,

 

Connect your COMPONENTE CABLE on X360, turn ON, go to setup and make correct signal output (COMPONENT 480p, 720p or 1080i). Turn OFF.

 

Now connect X360 COMPONENT cable on RGC input side. Take the Component cablewho came with RGC, connect in RGC output side and connect to TV. Turn ON X360 and TV. Get image.

 

Connect USB cable to PC*/NB*/NBK* and enjoy.

 

 

 

 

 

Claudio

 

 

thanks man i actually just figured it out haha but now after i capture a video how do i save it so i can edit it and everything. i cant figure that out now haha

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thanks man i actually just figured it out haha but now after i capture a video how do i save it so i can edit it and everything. i cant figure that out now haha

Using RGC software, after run software type RECORD. It will save automatic.

 

For EDIT, go to initial screen and select EDIT.

 

Any doubt, reply.

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Using RGC software, after run software type RECORD. It will save automatic.

 

For EDIT, go to initial screen and select EDIT.

 

Any doubt, reply.

 

it says that my files are corrupted? i dont know what i did i just captured and thats it

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it says that my files are corrupted? i dont know what i did i just captured and thats it

Humm, Windows corrupted??

 

Try it:

 

- Uninstall ROXIO GAME CAPTURE.

- Unistall any video codecs pack (K-lite, Win7codecs, CCCPack...)

 

Reboot.

 

- Install DIRECTX 9.0c

- Update Video card drivers

- Update Motherboard drivers (Chipset and USB if use USB 3.0)

- Windows Update (all).

 

Optional things:

 

- Disable antivirus

- Disable DEP

- Run COMBOFIX and CCLEANER

- Turn off UAC

 

After this, reinstall RGC software try & reply.

 

 

 

 

Claudio

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yea i got everything connected but when i go to my laptop i am in the start capture BUT the button is grey and i cant do anything . someone please help, i have been waiting to get it working for nearly 2 months now. i should also mention on my ps3 i can only use standard (PAL) please reply...

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