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Hello, everybody.

 

I just bought a Roxio HD game capture device yesterday and after tediously researching the setup, I managed to get all the correct cables hooked up (I assume) correctly. Now, the problem is that I'm not recieving a video/audio output from the television. Here's a little summary of the stuff I know (work with me, I'm awful when it comes to technology despite being in that generation :P)

 

- recieving video/audio output on laptop but not television.

- using HDMI between Xbox 360 and Roxio device

- using component cable (red, blue, green) and a/v cable between TV and Roxio

- Trutech 19" thin flatscreen LCD TV | Model #: PLV 16190

 

Let me know if you need images or any extra information. Thanks in advance to anybody that can help me out!

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It won't work...

 

Your TV, assuming it is this one, is an Analog TV:

 

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The RGC Device does not have a Digital to Analog Converter within it.

 

For curiosity, how did you have it hooked up before your got the RGC?

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The fact that the TV is analog means that it won't work at all? That will be quite unfortunate should that be the case. As for how I had the Xbox hooked up, I simply had the standard A/V cables connected into the correct places. I never tamped with HD until now.

 

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What that means is that you'll have to use the Component cables into the Roxio Game Capture Device from your XBox 360, just as you used to do when it was hooked up to your TV. The pass-thru should work okay, but the Game Capture device won't convert from the digital signal on the HDMI cable to an analog (RGB component) signal as you're trying to make it do.

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Hello, everybody.

 

I just bought a Roxio HD game capture device yesterday and after tediously researching the setup, I managed to get all the correct cables hooked up (I assume) correctly. Now, the problem is that I'm not recieving a video/audio output from the television. Here's a little summary of the stuff I know (work with me, I'm awful when it comes to technology despite being in that generation :P)

 

- recieving video/audio output on laptop but not television.

- using HDMI between Xbox 360 and Roxio device

- using component cable (red, blue, green) and a/v cable between TV and Roxio

- Trutech 19" thin flatscreen LCD TV | Model #: PLV 16190

 

Let me know if you need images or any extra information. Thanks in advance to anybody that can help me out!

 

Basically, if your TV does not have HDMI, you will need to purchase (or use if you already own it) a component cable for your xbox 360.

As such, your setup should be as followed: Xbox 360 > component cable > Gamecap Pro HD > component cable > display.

 

Also, your xbox will not provide video as long as it does not detect a TV. you will need to use either 2 hdmi or 2 component cables.

 

Please also note that you can not go past 720p resolution with your current monitor.

If you want to record in full HD 1080p, you will need to use the following setup (which your TV according to it's spec sheet can not use, so a new TV purchase would be needed for this!)

XBOX > HDMI > Gamecap Pro HD > HDMI > TV

 

(offtopic) you can use the setup: Console > component > Gamecap Pro HD > HDMI > TV

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Basically, if your TV does not have HDMI, you will need to purchase (or use if you already own it) a component cable for your xbox 360.

As such, your setup should be as followed: Xbox 360 > component cable > Gamecap Pro HD > component cable > display.

 

Also, your xbox will not provide video as long as it does not detect a TV. you will need to use either 2 hdmi or 2 component cables.

 

Please also note that you can not go past 720p resolution with your current monitor.

If you want to record in full HD 1080p, you will need to use the following setup (which your TV according to it's spec sheet can not use, so a new TV purchase would be needed for this!)

XBOX > HDMI > Gamecap Pro HD > HDMI > TV

 

(offtopic) you can use the setup: Console > component > Gamecap Pro HD > HDMI > TV

 

Look at the specs for the TV in post#2 .......he has Composite input or S-Viedeo.

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