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Hello

 

I've tried to follow many different tutorials on youtube on how to set this up but i've had no luck.

 

 

I plug all the games in correct slots and then on the side of my tv I have the colours

 

 

Green, blue red and then below it I have yellow, white, red

 

this is a hd tv.

I plugged the green,blue,red cables into the first set green,blue,red and the audio to red and white

 

 

I have the HDMI cable plugged in too so now when I turn ps3 on and go to display settings video output and select the second option then the screen goes black and I try to change it to "YPbPr" and the screen just stays black.

 

I don't have a clue how to fix this.

Help!!

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Hello

 

I've tried to follow many different tutorials on youtube on how to set this up but i've had no luck.

 

 

I plug all the games in correct slots and then on the side of my tv I have the colours

 

 

Green, blue red and then below it I have yellow, white, red

 

this is a hd tv.

I plugged the green,blue,red cables into the first set green,blue,red and the audio to red and white

 

 

I have the HDMI cable plugged in too so now when I turn ps3 on and go to display settings video output and select the second option then the screen goes black and I try to change it to "YPbPr" and the screen just stays black.

 

I don't have a clue how to fix this.

Help!!

 

You don't use a HDMI on the regular game capture.

 

 

Power off your Xbox® 360 or PlayStation® 3. Connect the console specific Component AV cable* to the A/V port of your gaming unit. For the Xbox 360, the HDMI connector cable needs to be removed to make room for the Component AV cable. Plug in the Component Video and RCA Audio cables to the inputs on the Roxio GameCAP device.

Connect the Component Video cables between the outputs of the Roxio GameCAP device and the Component Video inputs to your TV.

Connect the RCA Audio cables between the outputs of the Roxio GameCAP device and the audio inputs to your TV.

Connect the USB to the Roxio GameCAP device and the USB2.0 port of your laptop or PC.

 

 

Power off your Xbox® 360 or PlayStation® 3. Connect the console specific Component AV cable* to the A/V port of your gaming unit. For the Xbox 360, the HDMI connector cable needs to be removed to make room for the Component AV cable. Plug in the Component Video and RCA Audio cables to the inputs on the Roxio GameCAP device.

Connect the Component Video cables between the outputs of the Roxio GameCAP device and the Component Video inputs to your TV.

Connect the RCA Audio cables between the outputs of the Roxio GameCAP device and the audio inputs to your TV.

Connect the USB to the Roxio GameCAP device and the USB2.0 port of your laptop or PC.

 

http://img.roxio.com/enu/products/game-capture/tutorials/ps3-540.html

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Right..

 

 

I have the HDMI cable that goes into my TV to my PS3 so I can see/view my tv screen.

I have all the cables in both sides of my roxio in the correct way.

When I go onto my PS3 to display and go to change display settings >video output then the second option and click change my screen goes blank so I change channel to YPbPr and then its still blank completely

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Right..

 

 

I have the HDMI cable that goes into my TV to my PS3 so I can see/view my tv screen.

I have all the cables in both sides of my roxio in the correct way.

When I go onto my PS3 to display and go to change display settings >video output then the second option and click change my screen goes blank so I change channel to YPbPr and then its still blank completely

 

Connect the Component Video cables between the outputs of the Roxio GameCAP device and the Component Video inputs to your TV.

Connect the RCA Audio cables between the outputs of the Roxio GameCAP device and the audio inputs to your TV.

Connect the USB to the Roxio GameCAP device and the USB2.0 port of your laptop or PC.

 

 

Read and follow the directions in post number 2!

 

If you can't do that get a friend that will..

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I normally run the PS3 by an HDMI Cable so when I have everything set up I turn my PS3 on that's running HDMI then I go to display settings video output and select the second option the screen goes blank and I try change channel to YPbPr and its still blank and does not work at all.

 

I have to have the HDMI cable in at first so I can see my TV/PS3 Screen.

No scart is invloved

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When I click display settings on my ps3 and go to video output and click the second option then click change my screen goes black so then I change to my component channel and its still black and doesn't come on at all.

 

Are you connected like the pic and the video tell you?

 

Did you listen and follow the video tutorial to the 'T'?

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Yes as I've been using the HDMI before I got this roxio and on all the youtube videos the HDMI cable is plugged in to start off with then you need to change the display settings>video output to the compont ones and change channel but I did that and It's not coming on the channel.

 

I also tried to remove the HDMI cable and reset the PS3 and see if it came up and nope it didn't.

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Yes as I've been using the HDMI before I got this roxio and on all the youtube videos the HDMI cable is plugged in to start off with then you need to change the display settings>video output to the compont ones and change channel but I did that and It's not coming on the channel.

 

I also tried to remove the HDMI cable and reset the PS3 and see if it came up and nope it didn't.

 

You have a problem understanding the how to written words and video tutorial.

 

I cannot reach over and fix it for you!

 

You need to do it yourself, if you don't understand or can't follow the instructions, get someone to help you.

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