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Blue Box When Xbox Is Set To 1080P



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As a test, would you try hooking up a component cable from the Roxio output to your TV.




You mean, reverse the inputs/outputs?


Or use an additional component cable as opposed to HDMI?


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Of course I don't mean reverse the inputs/output.


Just use a component cable from the Roxio capture card OUT to your TV.


I won't be able to do that till this weekend, don't have one with me.


I thought you meant reverse them because doing so improved image quality with the original game capture, for who knows what reason.

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Both connections using component.


I keep forgetting to ask you....does it work ok if using the native 720p?.


Here is some interesting info (FYI) :




I'll test out 720 later today.



I hadn't noticed any input lag, though, maybe halo 4 is 1080 native? Is there a way to check?


The reason I play in 1080 is so the resolution will be higher in the recording, which is more noticable then during actual play.

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