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    Default What is the best way to record video on your Xbox??

    I want to start recording basketball games from my Xbox and keep them so in a few years I can go back and watch. Does anyone know the best device for this and what my PC needs for it.


    Been reading about a Dazzle but have no idea how it works or the quality. Would like a device I could edit the film so I can speed up the games to a condensed 40 min tape not 2 hrs.


    Also league pass is coming to Xbox Live next year main reason I am ready to cave and record a bunch of games and save them.


    Any help would be nice. Thanks!

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    Default Re: What is the best way to record video on your Xbox??

    I'm not too familiar with it, but a guy that works for MLG and does a lot of pro streaming just bought this capture card:

    http://www.amazon.com/dp/B007UXJ6LE/...hvptwo=&hvqmt=

    Its one of the better ones out there too my knowledge. It records in 1080p too. The guy was streaming BF3 testing it out and it looked pretty damn good.

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    Default Re: What is the best way to record video on your Xbox??

    I bought this one http://www.amazon.com/Hauppauge-1445...eywords=hd+pvr


    Only one at the place I went that you could record in HD and the guy said it was really good. I am about to test it out gonna record a Orlando Johnson game and see if I like the system.


    Its says you can record games off your DVR also hope it can


    Would post the game footage online but dont think that is legal

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    Default Re: What is the best way to record video on your Xbox??

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    I bought this one http://www.amazon.com/Hauppauge-1445...eywords=hd+pvr


    Only one at the place I went that you could record in HD and the guy said it was really good. I am about to test it out gonna record a Orlando Johnson game and see if I like the system.


    Its says you can record games off your DVR also hope it can


    Would post the game footage online but dont think that is legal
    i've heard good things about that one as well, people seem pretty satisfied with it.

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    i've heard good things about that one as well, people seem pretty satisfied with it.
    ya it's nice did 6 hrs of film last night and it looks great but the editing is impossible. I wish it was easier to cut things it might take me a month to make this Orlando Johnson tape.


    I might have to buy different software that lets you cut straight from the timeline. Does anyone know software that works that way??

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