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Wii U Capture Help



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from wii u to capture card the audio cables connect and the video connects with the blue. From capture card to tv its blue to video input and white cable goes with white input... If thats not how you do it please tell me. My friend said that I need another cable or something... Please tell me he's wrong!

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In the picture below is how you connect your WII U




It appears from what you have got hooked up in your description is incorrect. You will need to get the correct cables to get it to work. You need Component cables.


Does your TV have Component Cables? If you need help with the correct cables get back to us .

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The Yellow cable you have is providing a composite video signal. The Roxio Game Capture requires a Component signal, as per the picture shown above, using the Red/Green/Blue video cables.


Looking at the options available for the Wii U:

  • Video Output
    Supports 1080p, 1080i, 720p, 480p and 480i. Compatible cables include HDMI™, Wii Component Video, Wii S-Video Stereo AV and Wii AV


You're going to need a different set of cables. It sounds like you may need a different TV as well.

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If you want to use the Roxio capture card, the you need a WII U cable like this.


http://www.amazon.ca...words=wii cable


The connection from the output of the Roxio capture card is this cable http://www.radioshac...mt_medium=RSCOM



And as already stated a TV with component inputs NOT composite.

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