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BubbaX

Why Do My Hd Componet Cables Record Only In 480P?

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Nice cables BUT

 

How do you have them hooked up?

 

What are they hooked up to? :huh:

 

You are leaving out Everything! It is like posting a link a gas station and asking why your car won't work :lol:

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speaking of that my car wont run i put gas in a hole somehwere on my car i think my car isnt working i hear a noise what is the issue :P

 

but serriouslly

 

I have the plugs all put into the input for the roxio device the only 2 that arent used (red to red input audio and video green blue and white audio) only 2 not used are a yellow cable and a S-video cable i think

the HDMI slot of the output is plugged into the tv

the usb is in a pc

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What does your TV support?.

 

What output is your console set at?.

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my tv idk what component cables cause im using roxio

but it does go to 720p if thats what you mean

 

its on component

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How about a translation for this "my tv idk what component cables cause im using roxio" (in English).

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ugh....

 

idk what colors my tv take on the back I didnt bother looking cause im mostly HDMI and using the roxio now

 

 

 

Edited by ogdens

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I don't know what the hell you are talking about..

 

Will try one more thing....do you have your Roxio software input set for Component?

 

Capture settings are available mainly in two areas of the Capture application.

Options panel: On the left side of the preview window, you can set video input (HDMI/Component) adjust video quality, set a capture length and change recording file name and location etc.

Options: Press Options button and go to General tab. You change capture video resolutions (depending on the source video resolution from your console) and adjust video quality by entering actual bitrate (kbps)

Edited by ogdens

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BubbaX, we are really trying to help but your messages are not legible. It is clear you understand us and know your way around the machines but the replies are too hard to decipher ^_^

 

Perhaps you have a friend that could help you type the replies???

 

Also it often helps to have someone else to look at something with you, sometimes they spot what you are overlooking :lol:

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On a normal set of Xbox cables there is a little switch to go from SD to HD.Does the set you bought have that same switch?

If not then that could be the problem.

I'm not sure about this.The switch may just change the signal from the component cables to the composite cables.

Edited by tbrewst

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there is a switch on the cables but its not HD/SD it says

 

componet Y P P

(switch)

-----

AV/S-video

 

 

Also how is what im not saying making sense

 

I showed the cables I got

I plug 1 end into the 360/ps3

I plug all the color coded cables into the roxio minus the S-video and yellow

and the roxio reconizes the cables but not the HD

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there is a switch on the cables but its not HD/SD it says

 

componet Y P P

(switch)

-----

AV/S-video

 

 

Also how is what im not saying making sense

 

I showed the cables I got

I plug 1 end into the 360/ps3

I plug all the color coded cables into the roxio minus the S-video and yellow

and the roxio reconizes the cables but not the HD

 

first double check that you can have ps3 and xbox plug in at the same time.

I got similar cable (from monoprice) like that told me only have one console plug in at one time.

 

2nd make sure each console setup output 720p and 1080i.

 

if all fails.. search youtube for video how set it up.

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they are plugged in

but in options it wont go above 480i (or 480p)

 

Are you saying you have both the Xbox connector and PS3 connector plugged in at the same time to your Component cable going to the capture card.

 

 

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I got both plugged in and then if that doesnt work i let 1 plugged in and that doesnt work either

 

 

Thats the issue im trying to get to 720p but it wont go to 720p

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Guest ivanatrox

Hold on guys. A couple points need to be clarified here.

 

1. The cable "Works with Xbox, PS2, PS3 and Wii". So we can remove Xbox 360 from the equation.

 

2. Remove our device from the setup. Connect your PS3 directly to the TV using this cable. Does the home screen come up for PS3? If you go to change Display Settings, what resolution can you set? This would help us figure out the capability of the TV before adding our device to the mix. This would also help us to determine if it's our device issue or an user error.

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ugh........

My tv is a insignia 30inch 720p tv

 

it works with my ps3 and yes i can see my screen

and yes i can do everything

 

and no i cant change it via roxio

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Guest ivanatrox

So your Video Output Settings on PS3 is checked up to 720p?

 

When you add our device in the setup, what's the connection used between our device and the TV? (The universal connector would connect the PS3 to the device)

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