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Pc Capture Performance Of The Roxio Game Capture Hd Pro


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Does anyone have, or know of, any reviews, or anecdotes, about the pc performance impact while capturing? I'm using a gaming laptop, and I'm wondering if there is any significant performance impact while capturing. Now, I don't actually have an hdmi port, but I have a Mini DisplayPort, which I believe I can connect to the hdmi port of the Game Capture HD Pro using a Mini Displayport to HDMI adapter. Will this work?

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???

 

You connect to your PC with an USB cable, only!

 

If you are planning to use your PC Monitor to Play the game and start and stop capture, then the HDMI would run from the GameCAP HD Pass Through to your Monitor.

 

Then you would have to switch your Monitor to the input you need ;)

 

Otherwise, no PC comes with a HDMI for input...

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I have been using this device and have a CPU monitor on it. I have noticed the preview does use a decent amount of CPU usuage, its an AMD 1055T X6 and uses about 15-20% CPU usuage all the times while the Capture software is open, recording or not, as long as the preview is up. But actual process of capturing uses nothing extra.

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I have been using this device and have a CPU monitor on it. I have noticed the preview does use a decent amount of CPU usuage, its an AMD 1055T X6 and uses about 15-20% CPU usuage all the times while the Capture software is open, recording or not, as long as the preview is up. But actual process of capturing uses nothing extra.

Correct to a great extent... The processing is the Video for the Display screen.

 

While captureing, all it is doing is writing a file without processing. The processing load is being done by the Device itself ;)

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