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Some sort of recorder

Posted by JRdad 
Some sort of recorder
June 23, 2010 06:40AM
I'm really a first timer on this board so excuse if I sound a little stupid (probably cause I am) but is there any way of making a video recorder so I could keep a copy of how I played my game? err....For instance, lets say I wanted to play a game on the NES, Is there a way to record it so I could upoad it to the web to show runs to others? And if I infringed on any of these warnings, sorry, please don't ban me. Thanks in advance for any and all help.
Re: Some sort of recorder
June 23, 2010 07:03AM
It's not possible, and has been asked before.

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The redundancies force people who know what they're talking about to repeat what they've already said to other people. Honestly, it's extremely annoying and a better alternative is to simply continue existing discussions instead of restarting those discussions from the very beginning.

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-A video recorder or screenshot capturer application that runs in the background of the Wii's natural processes
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Re: Some sort of recorder
June 23, 2010 11:12AM
Only thing you can do is hook up your Wii to an VCR or your computer (with a capture device, which aren't that expensive) I have this one: [www.hauppauge.com] works fine for recording (listed retail price is wrong, I payed less then 70$ for mine) and I also use it for recoding analogue TV. But if you look around a bit you should be able to find a device under 25$ if you just want to record the video/audio signals.
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