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XBOX 360 NTSC only Black and White

Hi, I am trying to capture video from my XBOX 360 via the EasyCAP USB with sound. I am using the composite video cables and the NTSC setting (Nothing comes through via PAL or SECAM. Everything works perfectly, including sound but it only shows Black and White images. What do I do to get color? Thanks

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  • Hennie van der Watt Feb 09, 2009

    Not very helpful. XBox 360 works very well with SAA7130TVCARD but not with EasyCAP. So, beware before you buy. Maybe a solution will pop up from somewhere.

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