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Will Roxio Work With My Computer?


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I'm upgrading to a desktop computer, an XPS 8500 to be exact. I plan to use the Roxio to capture Xbox, but will it work with my computer with HDMI running through to the monitor? I ask because I know PS3 is HDMI encrypted and I'm not sure if that jazz happens with regular desktops. Any and all info helps.

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I'm upgrading to a desktop computer, an XPS 8500 to be exact. I plan to use the Roxio to capture Xbox, but will it work with my computer with HDMI running through to the monitor? I ask because I know PS3 is HDMI encrypted and I'm not sure if that jazz happens with regular desktops. Any and all info helps.

 

Scroll down towards the bottom of the following link, for the system requirements:

 

http://www.roxio.com/enu/products/game-capture/hd-pro/overview.html?rTrack=b_gamecapture

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Your question is not really clear...

 

IF you are asking:

 

Xbox >> HDMI to RGC >> USB to Desktop running RGC Software...

 

Then Yes, that is how it was designed to work AND was shown that way in the Link GPB provided you :huh:

 

How the Pass Through connects and to what is completely irrelevant to the function ;)

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NO!

 

It will not work trying to use the Same PC to both Play and Capture your game...

 

Initially we thought it would be able to do that (seems logical) but several users tired it and it does not work :huh:

 

You could, play the game on one PC and use your HDMI output into the RGC Device, but to Stream or Capture, you are going to need another PC to run the RGC Device.

 

Sorry I did not understand what you were asking before ~ did that clear it up for you?

 

You might be able to have issues if you're going to use HDMI-DVI because HD Pro is specifically designed to work in HDMI-HDMI, HDMI-COMPONENT, COMPONENT-COMPONENT connection.

 

Not correct! The Device could care less what becomes of the HDMI Output... However, there are actually Five different DVI types and throw in hdcp coding and you end up with a greater potential for a miss-match (don't work!) than you have for a happy ending ;)

 

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