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I purchased the HD pro version of the Roxio game Capture. I play ps3, I tried to capture gameplay with just HDMI cables and it would not let me. So I had to get a component cable. I have a component cable going from the Roxio game capture to my ps3 and HDMI cable going from the Roxio game capture to my T.V. and it works. But that means I'm not getting the game capture in HD. I spent 150 dollars to be able to record in HD, which I am not able to do... Is there any way I can record in HD on a ps3?

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Go here :

 

http://img.roxio.com/guides/products/gamecapture/hdpro/rgchdpro_qsg_en.pdf

 

scroll down a bit and read about using HDMI on PS3.

 

If you are using the correct component cable from your PS3 to the Roxio capture unit and have the PS3 set to component out,then you will get HD.

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I purchased the HD pro version of the Roxio game Capture. I play ps3, I tried to capture gameplay with just HDMI cables and it would not let me. So I had to get a component cable. I have a component cable going from the Roxio game capture to my ps3 and HDMI cable going from the Roxio game capture to my T.V. and it works. But that means I'm not getting the game capture in HD. I spent 150 dollars to be able to record in HD, which I am not able to do... Is there any way I can record in HD on a ps3?

 

Power off the PlayStation 3. Connect a console specific Component AV cable** to the A/V port of the console. An HDMI connection is not possible from the PS3 due to HDCP (Sony protected) video out. Next, plug the color corresponding Component Video and RCA Audio cables to the inputs on the Roxio GameCAP HD PRO device.

 

**Console specific Component AV cable(s) are NOT INCLUDED.

 

Component video is capable of carrying various signals, such as 480i, 480p, 576i, 576p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p and beyond. Many new high definition TVs support the use of component video up to their native resolution.

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