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XMFusion64

Display Issues (Orange-Red Screen)

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Hello all,

Hopefully you guys can help me. I've been having a bit of trouble with a recently purchased Roxio Game Capture HD Pro.

 

On my PC (dell laptop i5 processor) the display from the card comes up clean, nice and clear. However, it's on my monitor where I have issues.

 

Currently, I am sending the HDMI signal out from my XBOX 360, into the card, into an HDMI splitter, and from the splitter into the monitor. When the signal shows up on the 360, it has a major orange-ish, red-ish tint that gets worse the longer I have it on. I have tried going straight from the card to the monitor, and the same effect comes up. I have also tried going straight from my 360 to the monitor, and THAT is a clear image.

 

So I have isolated that there is something wrong with the card, and I'm not sure if I should get a refund or something...

 

UPDATE:

I bought this item from amazon, so it may be something with that.

 

All help is appreciated and welcomed.

 

Thanks In advance!

 

-Fusion

 

UPDATE:

 

It was my monitor, everything is fine

Edited by XMFusion64

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With HDMI it is pretty much a done deal...

 

WHY the splitter? The RGC has a pass through, although it does add HDCP coding that some TV's and Monitors won't work with.

 

What sort of cable lengths are you running? Not an upstairs downstairs setup is it?

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I use the splitter because I also have my laptop on a dock that I want to be able to switch to, so I have two inputs into the splitter thing, and one goes out into the monitor via HDMI to DVI cable.

 

I'm using 2 6ft HDMI to go from 360 to card, and from pc dock to splitter, and out from the card I'm using a 3ft HDMI cable into the splitter, and out from the splitter is a 6ft HDMI to DVI cable. (my monitor doesn't have HDMI input)

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The splitter could be the issue...

 

Xbox to RGC with its' HDMI

 

RGC to DVI- I adapter with HDMI

(Plan B - RGC to Splitter with HDMI then Splitter to DVI-I adapter ~~~ Monitor)

Try this BOTH ways!

 

Of course RGC to PC via USB

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