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ATI VIVO - Xbox360

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I would like to experiment with hooking my 360 up to the vivo on my x1800. What can I use to view the video feed?
 

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I can veiw the feed in Movie Maker's recording part with no lag or color errors. I can also veiw it in VLC but the colors are screwed up and there is a large lag.
 

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I can veiw the feed in Movie Maker's recording part with no lag or color errors. I can also veiw it in VLC but the colors are screwed up and there is a large lag.
Are the colors a purple tint?
 

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have you downloaded ati's multimedia center?
 

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All you need to view it is the WDM driver and then on top of that to have yourself an application that accepts input from the VFW toolset Microsoft has built in to windows.... Make sure you have that WDM driver installed, and then use vlc to view that input... should work without much hassle... i did something similar with a ps2 a while back.
 

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Dont bother. I tried popping my xbox to my vivo (both ATI and Nvidia) and the quality is so-so...Better off getting the VGA cables and connecting it directly to the monitor.
 
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