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Recording N64 With Roxio


Apexx iPredator
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That was Easy!

 

You are using Composite for your video input!

 

The RGC requires only Component or HDMI to work!

 

I find it amazing that you even got it to work to that extent :lol:

 

IF you really want to do this... you are going to have to buy a Composite-Component Converter. These are under $50 and there are quite a few to pick from.

 

Keep in mind that you will only have SD quality and probably end up with a 4:3 picture in a 16:9 capture... you can tinker with that part right now - even in BW, you can still get an idea what the output will look like ;)

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That was Easy!

 

You are using Composite for your video input!

 

The RGC requires only Component or HDMI to work!

 

I find it amazing that you even got it to work to that extent :lol:

 

IF you really want to do this... you are going to have to buy a Composite-Component Converter. These are under $50 and there are quite a few to pick from.

 

Keep in mind that you will only have SD quality and probably end up with a 4:3 picture in a 16:9 capture... you can tinker with that part right now - even in BW, you can still get an idea what the output will look like ;)

Hey do you think this would work?

 

(TV) > (HDMI) > [Roxio] < (HDMI To Composite) < (RCA Coupler) < (N64 Composite Cable)

 

Here is an example that I made in Paint:

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I don't like the word "coupler"...

 

It has to be a Converter and that means something that requires POWER!

 

It is impossible to change a Composite signal to Digital signal without electronics and electronics need Power ;)

 

Maybe that is what you meant and in that case, it should do just what you intend.

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