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« on: February 17, 2010, 05:44:57 PM »

I just went to Best Buy to see what kind of Dazzle is. It might do the same as Happauge HD PVR. With Dazzle you might be able capture it in HD. It should give the 720p & 1080p HD format. If you know how to use Dazzle and know how to make it in HD. Let me know how to do so.
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« Reply #1 on: February 17, 2010, 08:12:37 PM »

If you're talking about this then no, it is NOT HD. The product specifications clearly state that all it has are composite and S-video inputs. Do not buy this with the hopes of capturing in HD, it's exactly the same as any other Dazzle out there.
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« Reply #2 on: February 17, 2010, 08:47:51 PM »

I just went to Best Buy to see what kind of Dazzle is. It might do the same as Happauge HD PVR. With Dazzle you might be able capture it in HD. It should give the 720p & 1080p HD format. If you know how to use Dazzle and know how to make it in HD. Let me know how to do so.

First of all, no capture card currently (apart from really high end and incredibly expensive to the point that people with full time jobs who earn a lot of money would not buy one.) capture cards can support 1080p, and most console games can't even PRODUCE 1080p. Most (apart from like 20 per console.) games on the PS3 and XBOX360 (the only two consoles to be able to produce HD) can only produce 720p quality, regardless of whatever your TV says it is, it's still a 1280x720 image.

Regardless of whatever Best Buy says, that Dazzle, like Batman said, CANNOT record in HD. It uses a Composite and S-Video inputs. These are not 720p or 1080p, and they aren't even 480p. The only way to obtain HD is by using a card that supports Component or HDMI inputs. (Huppage or Black Magic Intensity.)

The title is misleading, yes, but common sense goes a long way. That is NOT a HD capture card, and is exactly the same as any other model of the Dazzle. (DVC100, DVC130, DVC170, etc.)
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« Reply #3 on: February 17, 2010, 09:43:24 PM »

First of all, no capture card currently (apart from really high end and incredibly expensive to the point that people with full time jobs who earn a lot of money would not buy one.) capture cards can support 1080p, and most console games can't even PRODUCE 1080p. Most (apart from like 20 per console.) games on the PS3 and XBOX360 (the only two consoles to be able to produce HD) can only produce 720p quality, regardless of whatever your TV says it is, it's still a 1280x720 image.

Regardless of whatever Best Buy says, that Dazzle, like Batman said, CANNOT record in HD. It uses a Composite and S-Video inputs. These are not 720p or 1080p, and they aren't even 480p. The only way to obtain HD is by using a card that supports Component or HDMI inputs. (Huppage or Black Magic Intensity.)

The title is misleading, yes, but common sense goes a long way. That is NOT a HD capture card, and is exactly the same as any other model of the Dazzle. (DVC100, DVC130, DVC170, etc.)

Yeah, you're seem to be right. I may not use Dazzle to capture in HD but in high quality I can. For me to make it in HD, I can use Happauge HD PVR not Dazzle Video Creator Plus HD. I must use Component cable or HDMI input for HD. I never use Composite cable because it doesn't make it in HD.

Okay, now I see what you're talking about. Thanks.
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« Reply #4 on: February 17, 2010, 11:19:39 PM »

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« Reply #5 on: June 03, 2010, 12:49:04 AM »

Yeah, you're seem to be right. I may not use Dazzle to capture in HD but in high quality I can. For me to make it in HD, I can use Happauge HD PVR not Dazzle Video Creator Plus HD. I must use Component cable or HDMI input for HD. I never use Composite cable because it doesn't make it in HD.

Okay, now I see what you're talking about. Thanks.

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« Reply #6 on: June 07, 2010, 03:57:59 AM »

Yeah, you're seem to be right. I may not use Dazzle to capture in HD but in high quality I can. For me to make it in HD, I can use Happauge HD PVR not Dazzle Video Creator Plus HD. I must use Component cable or HDMI input for HD. I never use Composite cable because it doesn't make it in HD.

Okay, now I see what you're talking about. Thanks.

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