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A/V Cable
Splitter


This is what I used on my old TV, I bought 3 splitters. (3-pack on Ebay)

Okay well I just found out that my TV came with a male to male cable that has the red/white ends. Is that any help? And as for cables is that all I need? I saw on a video on Youtube that you need three of the red/white/yellow cable? Do I need three?

Is this everything I need?
red/white/yellow cable (1)
[ame="http://www.amazon.com/RiteAV-Audio-Video-RCA-Cable/dp/B000V0DY7U/"]Amazon.com: RiteAV - Audio Video RCA Cable 6ft: Electronics[/ame]


Dazzle (1)
http://cgi.ebay.com/Pinnacle-Dazzle-DVD-Recorder-DVC100-Video-Capture-Card-/150592962982?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item23100a41a6#ht_3990wt_1139

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http://cgi.ebay.com/3-5mm-Stereo-Male-Dual-RCA-Female-Audio-Adapter-/270734795248?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item3f090d21f0#ht_3762wt_1139
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You need splitters that will be able to split video also, not just audio.
 
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You need splitters that will be able to split video also, not just audio.
What? Isn't that what the red/white splitter does?
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Well, the splitters I had didn't have colors. Usually red (right) and white (left) indicate audio and yellow for video.
 
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colors dont really matter as long as you have them matching. audio to audio. video to video
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Well, the splitters I had didn't have colors. Usually red (right) and white (left) indicate audio and yellow for video.
But in the videos they only have the red/white splitters, and it worked fine? I'm soo confused right now. :/
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But in the videos they only have the red/white splitters, and it worked fine? I'm soo confused right now. :/
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colors dont really matter as long as you have them matching. audio to audio. video to video
That really should have cleared it up. The colors are there to make it easier for you to connect them.

In some occasions the video cable is slightly thicker, but that's about it.
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THIS is the instrument I used to use to record gameplay from my Xbox 360.. Works great and you can use either Component or HDMI!

Compresses amazingly.. You can check my YT channel if you want to see some of the quality tests.

http://www.youtube.com/wulfie40

However, my newer videos are all from PC. So I haven't used the Colossus recently.
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THIS is the instrument I used to use to record gameplay from my Xbox 360.. Works great and you can use either Component or HDMI!

Compresses amazingly.. You can check my YT channel if you want to see some of the quality tests.

http://www.youtube.com/wulfie40

However, my newer videos are all from PC. So I haven't used the Colossus recently.
HA! $156, do you think I;m made of money? rofl.
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I was in the same boat as you man... I wanted HD and couldn't afford it, so I looked into SD and all I have to say is DON'T DO IT...

Unless you are a tech genius, to record in SD you will also need to play in SD (as in you will need to do some pretty fancy stuff to play in say 720p and scale it down/record in 480p)... It isn't just a simple matter of plugging the 720p into the dazzle which records in 480p, as the dazzle just won't see that 720p signal...

I use

and it works very well, though you will need your PC next to your Xbox or vice versa for easy access... The included software isn't like studio quality, but it is pretty good and allows you to record 720p out of the box pretty easily... It also compresses as well so you aren't getting like 10gb 5 minute video or something...

The only issue I have ever had was in HDMI splitters... Most are pretty terrible and good ones are few and far between... And you will need a splitter because there is about 1 second response difference between what is shown recorded on your PC and what is actually happening on your system, so it is really difficult to play from just watching your recording stream...
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