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Input 1080P From Xbox And Record 720P 60Fps?


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hi

 

i have read reviews which say that it is possible to set the xbox to HDMI 1080p and record in 720p with 60fps.

 

is this definitely possible?

 

and i also have a samsung monitor which only has DVI and VGA in so i use a HDMI to DVI cable in order to play 1080p on my monitor.

 

i assume it would still work when i plug the console directly into the the capture card and then my HDMI to DVI cable into my monitor?

 

already ordered and so i guess il find out eventually!

 

thanks =)

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1) i have read reviews which say that it is possible to set the xbox to HDMI 1080p and record in 720p with 60fps. is this definitely possible?

 

2) and i also have a samsung monitor which only has DVI and VGA in so i use a HDMI to DVI cable in order to play 1080p on my monitor. i assume it would still work when i plug the console directly into the the capture card and then my HDMI to DVI cable into my monitor?

1) Sadly no. If you set up your console to output at 1080p, it'll only record at 30fps. However this doesn't really matter much as YouTube only plays videos at 30fps. If you really want to record in 60fps then you will have to set your console to output at 720p or 480p.

 

2) Theoretically, it's possible as long as it's connected to the output section.

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1) Sadly no. If you set up your console to output at 1080p, it'll only record at 30fps. However this doesn't really matter much as YouTube only plays videos at 30fps. If you really want to record in 60fps then you will have to set your console to output at 720p or 480p.

 

2) Theoretically, it's possible as long as it's connected to the output section.

 

hi, thanks for the quick response.

 

okay thats a bit annoying as i was under the impression you could from that review.

 

but i guess most games are barely even 720p and are then upscaled so doesnt really matter.

 

i need 60fps just because i video edit and so i need to be able to have smooth velocity ramps.

 

thanks again!

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As far as I know no capture card can record at 1080p 60fps :/

 

i didnt mean that, i meant that the xbox could be set at 1080p but then the roxio could capture in 720p 60fps.

 

its just so its still 1080p on the screen but im getting a 720p 60fps file when capturing.

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i didnt mean that, i meant that the xbox could be set at 1080p but then the roxio could capture in 720p 60fps.

 

its just so its still 1080p on the screen but im getting a 720p 60fps file when capturing.

Well as far as my experience w/ the RGC goes that isn't possible. But don't worry 720p looks pretty decent too!
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