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  • Recording PC footage with $200 Hauppauge

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    If you have plenty of money then this is a $200 option

    http://forums.electronicarts.co.uk/b...l#post18766120


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    Re: Recording PC footage with $200 Hauppauge

    I would think if someone wanted to record their game that much and has the money for a PC and a Laptop (With sizable disk space for video) AND this video convertor/adaptor plus cables, they should just go and buy a decent PC.. :)

    Still, it's interesting if you have all these things.
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      Re: Recording PC footage with $200 Hauppauge

      Even with a decent PC recording is slowing down pretty much everything. Games like Project Reality might work, but even with my system it slowed down when recording things like MW2.
      Recorded videos are also EXTREMELY huge! 8 minutes, 4GB? Well... I don't know if I want that on the same harddrive I'm using to actually play the game x]

      It's a good solution for anything that's more than a 5 minute clip of you shooting some guys ;)
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        I have 3 hard drives. 1 witrh OS, 1 with game and 1 that I record to and do backups to etc. No slowness, cheaper and massively long clips at full res
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          Re: Recording PC footage with $200 Hauppauge

          SSD for OS?
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            Re: Recording PC footage with $200 Hauppauge

            thinking about it the $200 Hauppauge is a variation of recording on a different hard-drive from the game & windows, only in this variation the other hard drive is in another computer altogether and costs 200 bucks to do it

            cheaper to just get and external hardrive 1TB

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              Re: Recording PC footage with $200 Hauppauge

              It is now, but I haven't done any recording since changing it. All were 7200 rpm drives.
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