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on: March 07, 2011, 02:58:28 PM

Having an usual problem with the Hauppauge HD - PVR. Tried to record gameplay with it using the FRONT composite cables ... TotalMedia Extreme shows the game, but then it lags and eventually stops. What am I doing wrong, and how may I solve this problem? I see no reason why there would be no possible interactivity between the Nintendo 64 and the composite sockets of the Hauppauge.

A precise response, if existent, would be greatly appreciated. Please note that "just use a Dazzle" is not a solution to this problem, as I'm not referring to a Dazzle nor have I asked about one at any point. I'm not using splitters or anything of the sort.
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Reply #1 on: March 07, 2011, 03:51:54 PM

The Hauppauge composite hookups are less than desirable at best, it's really designed for HD sources.
Mine does the same thing, and I've heard many others say the same.

Please note that "Just use a dazzle" in this case actually IS a good response, as it's what they were designed for.
Just because you don't refer to it in your post doesn't make it a valid response.
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Reply #2 on: March 20, 2011, 03:13:36 PM

Try using an S Video cable on your HD PVR, Not only it will slightly improve quality but it may work.

Though I agree with the Dazzle thing. The Happauge it's made for HD systems and is not preferrably used to record with Composite, On the other hand, the Dazzle is made to record SD systems.
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Reply #3 on: March 28, 2011, 03:15:03 PM

"Just use a dazzle" in this case actually IS a good response,

This. The Dazzle gives you good enough quality, that'll make people want to watch your walkthrough. And really HD PVR wouldn't add anything, other than the video being in widescreen. And even if you use the Dazzle, you can chop off the black bars.
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