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How to record a game on 360 or PS3?

post #1 of 10
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I was wondering if anyone here knows what equipement is needed and what setup is needed to be able to record a game on either the 360, PS3 or both.

My setup to connect this too is a Samsung LNS-4095. The 360 is a non/hdmi one. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Perhaps I wasn't clear, I dont want to copy the CD I want to know how to record myself playing. This would mainly be used to put together montages of my best performances and also to record Clan Battles against teams that try to cheat. A video of said match could be proof of our win or video proof of them using glitches.
post #2 of 10
Check out something called The Dazzle, it's a device that plugs into your console and PC and will record it. Youtube has many videos. Another route is plugging in a digital camcorder into your TV and using the camcorder as a VCR. Then firewire the video into your PC, youtube also has video on how to do this. Good luck

Chris
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Thanks did some research on that dazzle. The thing I'm looking for seems to be a "capture card". However many many people have reported that the dazzle has crashing issues with Vista and is virtually unusable with Vista. I'm gonna keep looking for a different brand of capture card or something I can connect to my laptop (Vista OS) that will work consistently.

Thank you very much for the reply and the help.
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Originally Posted by NYGiants56 View Post

Thanks did some research on that dazzle. The thing I'm looking for seems to be a "capture card". However many many people have reported that the dazzle has crashing issues with Vista and is virtually unusable with Vista. I'm gonna keep looking for a different brand of capture card or something I can connect to my laptop (Vista OS) that will work consistently.

Thank you very much for the reply and the help.

Lol sorry dude but everything's unstable with Vista.
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Lol sorry dude but everything's unstable with Vista.

Sorry dude but you're clueless, that just is not the case. There are plenty of capture cards that work with Vista. Just check the HTPC or Recorders forums.
post #6 of 10
I have a matrox rtx100 capture card. It is sd. Matrox and others make hd capture cards. You can also point a video camera at your screen. Halo 3 has a theater section with saves. Do you want sd or hd capture?
post #7 of 10
I use a PCI capture card with S-Video inputs. I can't remember the name for the life of me, though. Bought it used...
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Sorry dude but you're clueless, that just is not the case. There are plenty of capture cards that work with Vista. Just check the HTPC or Recorders forums.

Lol I was just taking a jab at Vista and it's horrible support for old hardware and software. I wasn't even talking specifically about capture cards. It was a joke dude.
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Originally Posted by Mindwarper View Post

I have a matrox rtx100 capture card. It is sd. Matrox and others make hd capture cards. You can also point a video camera at your screen. Halo 3 has a theater section with saves. Do you want sd or hd capture?

Thanks, yeah Halo3 has that cool feature but I wanted it for competitive online play/tournaments......etc Also as a training and team evaluation tool. SD or HD doesn't really matter to me but I think I'm gonna get that matrox.

My sincerest thanks to all you guys.
post #10 of 10
I just reread your post. It is a laptop, so the adc110 might be a better fit. Halo 3 also has a theater mode but I don't think you can export them. Also another cheaper method would be to just videotape the screen.
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