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  • Video Taping Video Games?

    I want to make a Red Vs Blue type Show so what type of equipment will I need (I already have a Video Edited) I mostly just need to know a good (and hopefully easy) program to record Video game footage?
    Happy Halloween!!!

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    Re: Video Taping Video Games?

    Just have a VCR set up on the TV you play on- play the game and hit record. Least that is what I have always done-but doing it that way requires some other equipment to convert the video into your computer for editing.

    You can import directly into your computer- but I know how to do it for a Mac (and spent the money buying the stuff too) and would not be any help with anything else.

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