I was wondering how you stream live video from your PS3 to your computer without a capture card so that you can record game play on your computer to later upload to youtube.
Answer by Zbob750 · Jun 15, 2011 at 12:51 AM
Certain computers have TV Tuners already built into them with RCA ports in them. However that's essentially just a built-in Capture card. You'd need a capture card and then from there you'd use the A/V Multi Out that comes with you PS3 and plug it into the Capture card.
So basically I'm unaware of a way to do it without a Capture Card. EzCaps go for around 10 dollars American on Amazon and if you configure it correctly you can get some pretty good quality out of them.
Answer by kevin · Jun 15, 2011 at 12:59 AM
Depending on your TV, it may have an analog output (mostly through RCA) and you can capture it from the tv output. Though I sounds like it will not really look because the HDCP copy protection.
The best thing I would recommend is a hauppauge hd pvr. Though it is a capture card, it also has a throughput to the TV while it is capturing the component video and audio. It is usually the standard for gamers streaming/recording while playing. Not causing any real lag when capturing.
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