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Hello everyone,

This is my first post here. I'm needing some help, I'm planning to buy the Roxio Game Capture SD, but my television is pretty old, so I don't know if it will work or not. I've taken some pictures so you can tell me if it will work correctly or is there anything else I need to get to make the Roxio Game Capture SD work on my television.

 

Thank you in advance!

 

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I've seen that video before, most of it makes sense to me but still I had some doubts about how to connect it directly to my tv.

My TV only have 2 inputs, the ones from the 1st photo. One is the round one, for antenna, and the other one is the one I use to connect my Xbox to the tv. Is that enough to connect the Roxio box there?

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I don't have those cables, instead I have that big input behind the tv like u can see on my 1st picture. However, just like I do with my Xbox console, I can connect there the RCA cables with the small adapter from this picture: (on the left side)

 

Iam sorry but I don't know the names of these inputs I'm talking about.

Does that adapter work?

 

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You would hook it up exactly as is shown in the video in post #2.

 

The connector for the TV should work ok (it was working before you got the Roxio capture card). There are many different types, and I cant tell what type yours is.

 

You will need another composite cord (Yellow/Red/White to go from the Roxio output to your TV plus that little connector that is shown on the video.

 

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Not sure if you've bought your GameCap yet, but honestly, don't buy this product. Do yourself a favor and look around, spend a little bit more money, but don't buy this. I bought one and it worked for about a week uploads to youtube have to be under 10 mb, so you have to export the video to a third party service such as Windows Movie Maker. You can get plenty of good products for less than this horribly priced piece of garbage.

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Not sure if you've bought your GameCap yet, but honestly, don't buy this product. Do yourself a favor and look around, spend a little bit more money, but don't buy this. I bought one and it worked for about a week uploads to youtube have to be under 10 mb, so you have to export the video to a third party service such as Windows Movie Maker. You can get plenty of good products for less than this horribly priced piece of garbage.

 

You obviously haven't got a clue about this program or how to use it. If it worked at one point and now doesn't the the problem is with your system.

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You obviously haven't got a clue about this program or how to use it. If it worked at one point and now doesn't the the problem is with your system.

Listen sir, I'm trying to save this guy from essentially throwing away 100 dollars. And also, I used this program on multiple systems and it didn't work on any of them.(which were all working fine). When I consulted tech support, they told my to uninstall all antivirus programs i had on my computer(sound suspicious?). I'm trying to save this guy 100 bucks, along with an awful product. He can get a much better product for the money he's putting down.
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So I've bought this Roxio game capture. First of all I have to thank all of you for helping me, and SabreMan69 is included. I apreciate that you were concerned with me doing a bad deal.

 

For now the device is working quite well, I mean, it is actually doing everything it was supposed to do, despite of the fact of the poor quality of the video for being in SD. However that's no enough to stop me from doing something I wanted to do for a long time. Right now this was all I could afford.

 

Again thank you. I'm posting a video of the first gameplay I've recorded. This is the Roxio file, uploaded straight into Youtube, because when I put it into an editing software, it always loses quality when exported.

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=axbLoBXIPYw&list=WLCaGIsN1c3JPqsx30epC_fEbpkrYo0enM&feature=mh_lolz

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You would hook it up exactly as is shown in the video in post #2.

 

The connector for the TV should work ok (it was working before you got the Roxio capture card). There are many different types, and I cant tell what type yours is.

 

You will need another composite cord (Yellow/Red/White to go from the Roxio output to your TV plus that little connector that is shown on the video.

 

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Actually, the Game Capture SD also uses the RGB Component input signals, not the Yellow composite. However, you may get a composite signal out of your XBox even with the Component output enabled. In that case, you can take the current composite signal you're using now, straight to the TV, and the component signal to the Game Capture device to record. I have no way to test this since I don't have an XBox.

 

Maybe someone else with an XBox can verify or deny this?

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