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Awful Video Quality In 1080I Ps3

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I've checked, rechecked, and switched around as many cable as I can think of. The image looks perfectly fine on my tv, but I suppose when it passes through the capture card it gets horribly mauled. I've selected all of the different resolution combinations on the PS3, and I've enabled the color correction settings.

Input is set to NTSC_M on the program itself, with 480P/.../1080I selected.

I hate to start a new topic, but I'm really running out of ideas here.

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I was just trying to show the problem. The images are extremely pixelated, you can barely read the font in the second image. Perhaps this is better demonstration? Please don't tell me it's supposed to look this bad on the pc.

 

And yes, I know about the diagram issue, although I don't really see how it's a problem. The slots are color coded, I'm certainly not so stupid I don't know to match red to red.

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I see no problem with any of your pictures, I don't see any pixelation,

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Why didn't you post that picture first? That one shows what you are talking about; the others don't

 

For our benefit, please post your computer specs via dxdiag evaluation. Do this (link) Attach the txt file; do not copy and paste the contents of that file. Use the More Reply Options to the lower right of the reply.

Since you already said you can read and are not color blind, I assume that you did read the minimum requirements for the program and your computer exceeds those requirements but perhaps we can see somethign that you may have missed.

 

When was the last time you updated your computer along these lines.

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One thing to keep in mind is you are not capturing in HD.

The device is an SD device.

The TV side is just a pass through so it is HD but the actual capture isn't.

 

Those first pictures seem to look like an SD picture would.

As far as the hand it does look ghosted somewhat,for that I don't have an answer.

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If this isn't considered a problem I give up.

 

What Capture Setting, WMV, AVI, DIVX?

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