AverMedia Game Capture HD Review

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4 Comments to AverMedia Game Capture HD Review

  1. I’m in Japan, and this is being sold in Japan. The stand-alone and foolproof aspects seem great on this. I do have one question, though: is there any reason this would not work well for capturing videos from my cable TV box, either live or from the built-in HDD recorder? Most Japanese video boxes do have the D-terminal (D-tanshi) which is an easy cable conversion to component video. 720p is good enough for me.

    Right now, my wife has filled the cable box’s HDD recorder and wants to offload and archive some of those videos, but everything is too protected (no way to transfer files, DVD recorders are only composite in, a rental DVD box from the cableco produces MPEG-II non-standard protected DVDs.) If I go the route Hollywood wants me to go, I’ll end up with poor quality videos, hardly worth archiving.

  2. i set my xbox to 1080i and then plug it into the xbox but it still says you must have lower than 1080p settings can anyone help?

    • kitsunegamer375

      If you have an older television model you may not be able to play in 1080 resolution. Try a lower resolution and see if you can record then. If you have an HD capable television though, then I don’t know.

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