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Ghosting In Preview Mode


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Look at the icon and text there's a ghosting effect. The screen on my LCD is fine it's like an HDMI quality unlike on roxio game capture preview I don't think it's even close to 480p.

I checked Standard (NTSC) 480p 720p and 1080i on my PS3 Component / D-Terminal settings.

I'm using Windows 7 Ultimate x64, i5 2500k, 4gb memory, 1gb 6870HD. My desktop resolution is 1920x1080 although I don't think it affects the roxio preview.

 

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And here is my sample video using roxio. I have a feeling that I'm watching 3D but it's not.

[media=]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L8ljpSi-IVk[/media]

 

It's much noticeable here.

[media=]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XynVCXR1OkI[/media]

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Btw I bought another component cable and it's still the same. How come the preview has bad quality while the source is almost like an HDMI :(

I wish someone could help us. I cant wait to start capturing gameplay videos.

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Btw I bought another component cable and it's still the same. How come the preview has bad quality while the source is almost like an HDMI :(

I wish someone could help us. I cant wait to start capturing gameplay videos.

 

When did you last update the drivers for your video card? Some people have been complaining about the 12.4 drivers that were released at the end of April

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When did you last update the drivers for your video card? Some people have been complaining about the 12.4 drivers that were released at the end of April

 

I updated last Friday to 12.3 and I tried 11.8 but nothing had changed.

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