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Hey, I know a bit about computers so there wont be any need to put anything in laymens terms,
I've found a few dazzle tutorials but I want to record in hd from my ps3 to my pc so I can make some videos
What's the cheapest and easiest ways to do this?
(i've searched a lot and most are long expensive ways :/)
yeah the guide above is good except for the intensity, you cant record through hdmi because of the hdcp protection ps3 uses, so you need to record through component technically.
as for the question, the cheapest way is the hauppague hd pvr, £170 at play.com
the intensity pro cap card is cheaper at £130, but you need a monster pc to use it smoothly.
you will most likely need a cpu, hard drive upgrade if not more.
i have one with core i7 2.8ghz/6gb ram/2x500gb raid0 drives.
the cost will drive up the £130 to well over £200 so hd pvr is cheapest
I've just been searching and was wondering instead of buying the hauppauge would I be able to use this as a cheaper alternative?:
I actually just used a special monitor that has a input and output for hdmi and that worked fine. It's a 4k 144hz monitor thats a upwards of 450$
My pc is a Quad core 4.5ghz processor
8bg of ddr3 ram
and a rx 470 gpu@TheNightwalkerrr
I'll go with something cheap and if I use it a lot i'll prob end up upgrading
Thanks a lot guys, all of you are pretty awesome :)
I don't really like posting on forums.. Nice and friendly here
I've just got myself into more confusion, I just did a lot of research and a lot of guessing over the past 30 minutes, this is what I think in my head:
Play ps3 via hdmi, connect hdmi from ps3 to monitor
Leave that as what it normally is, then plug a wire from my monitor into my pvr which is inside my pc
If that would work, could I just search on ebay something like; 'component pvr'?
I want something cheap :/
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