Woot.com Dazzle Video Creator Plus HD

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  1. HackGolfer

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    Woot.com Dazzle Video Creator Plus HD

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    $29.99 + $5 shipping

    Woot has a refurbished Dazzle model on their site today for all those gaming buffs who may want to start recording some gameplay..

    www.woot.com
     
  2. Emmdotfrisk

    Emmdotfrisk Working half days on my days off.

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    Good find Hack, looks like all you have to do is buy a S-Video cord and sacrificie a lil bit of quality, not bad!
     
  3. JerzeyReign

    JerzeyReign #BeatOhio

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    I have one final question... can youtube handle a video that long? And this is a great find Hack because I was planning on throwing away like 200 dollars for somethin' that does the same thing.
     
  4. Emmdotfrisk

    Emmdotfrisk Working half days on my days off.

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    Youtube can only handle video 10 mins or less.
     
  5. KnightNoles

    KnightNoles Learn to Compete

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    by lookin at this you can plug your component or HDMI into the TV and then use your other video/sound cords to plug into this?
     
  6. JerzeyReign

    JerzeyReign #BeatOhio

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    That sucks. Is there a way/site that allows you to post longer videos?
     
  7. KnightNoles

    KnightNoles Learn to Compete

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    Anybody want to answer?
     
  8. Drifterbub

    Drifterbub Help me hide a body?

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    Unless your TV has a video out (S-video or RCA jacks) you can't go HDMI to your TV.

    The way I used this was to come out RCA from the xbox into three y-cables. One leg of the y-cables would go to the dazzle which was plugged into a laptop and then the other leg of the y-cable would go to my tv.

    Another way to do it if you have an AVR with digital video pass-through is to HDMI from the box to the AVR and then HDMI to your display. Your AVR should have another video out (generally at least S-video or RCA) so that you can run that to the dazzle.
     

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