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Vastly Different Hsvc Between Component, Hdmi, And Tv/moniter


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When I first used the device, I had the xbox components in, HDMI out to the TV. The image in the preview window looked exactly as the screen did, going from the xbox to the roxio device, or if it was just to the xbox to the TV. I was using my laptop.

 

However, over the weekend, I had to switch to compenent cables on both ends, on the same TV, but using my desktop computer.

 

The image on my TV was sigficantly less vivid (Needed to up the saturation and contrast, and fiddle with the brightness on the TV to get it to look like it did with HDMI, or when it went directly from xbox components to the TV) when I used compenent outputs instead of HDMI on the same TV.

 

Then, after I made those corrections, and went to record the preview window in the capture window looked super dark, as well as a bit saturated so I had to adjust the roxio settings, too.

 

Part of it can be explained via the different screen on my computer than my TV, but that wasn't an issue when an HDMI out was used.

 

Maybe the component cables just don't show colors as vividly? I recall when I first used HDMI cables for my computer, the colors were really saturated and vivid, to the point where everything was TOO sharp.

 

Furthermore, now that i'm viewing the video on my laptop again, everything seems WAY to bright.

 

There's bound to be SOME level of variance with HSVC between my laptop, my desktop/moniter, and the compenent vs. HDMI cables, but the amount here is ridiculous. I can't post a comparsion right now, but I will when I can.

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