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org22

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#1 13 years ago

I didn't know where to post this, so I posted it here because it's technology! Is it possible to record matches on the XBOX. Onto video or CD, that you can then upload to your PC and publish on the net for all to see? I think there is something that can do this, but not sure what it is! Thanks in advance!




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#2 13 years ago

You must buy a recorder that uses Advanced Video plugs to record video and audio. To display it on both - If your TV has an audio or video out, you may use them or you can use Y adapters for the components. So you should buy a TV capture card that has Advanced Video plugs and open Windows Movie maker, select capture from device, choose the quality and its saved to your computer. Then you can burn it to DVD or CD.




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#3 13 years ago

If you have a DVD recorder you can record the match off your TV and play it on your PC and upload it to the web. I can do it...




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#4 13 years ago

its not that hard if you have the right stuff


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#5 13 years ago
org22I didn't know where to post this, so I posted it here because it's technology! Is it possible to record matches on the XBOX. Onto video or CD, that you can then upload to your PC and publish on the net for all to see? I think there is something that can do this, but not sure what it is! Thanks in advance!

Never tried, but the guys above seem to know...

Perhaps a fancy new TiVo clone would work? I would use a Linux Tivo clone box, then burn it to a CD/DVD in Linux, or upload it to the web.

I've been doing this on an old Apple for years. The only thing is slow Video play back, (120mhz, 32mb RAM) and I had to play the match on a 15" monitor.