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    Yeah but isnt the screen ? Couldnt he just hit record on his computer and the switch the Av cables over ? I once had to do this for a presentation i had to do, Obviously i had to edit the video later on.
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    I'm not sure I understand what you are asking.

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    LOL neither am i mate, Its hard to explain when i cant see this guys set up.
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    The situation stands as follows. He has his Wii and PC outputs attached to a Monitor. His understand the monitor was the PC. Which it is not. So he is unable to record anything due to the lack of inputs on his PC to accept a video signal. His options stand as follows.

    - TV Tuner for PC
    - Record externally with camera/webcam
    - Use a dvd-r to record the video... send to the pc... edit from there... and upload.

    Either way it's going to cost something to do. My suggestion is just use a cheap webcam, as the intelligence to grasp this threads meaning, leads me to believe anything you would record would be of dull efforts anyways.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wii_Pro
    I wanna get a video of me playing bowling. I tried downloading fraps on the Wii but it gives me an error saying File format application/octet-stream not supported.
    Oh I thought he was making a funny joke...HAHA.
    I even wrote it in my diary:
    "Wii_Pro made a really funny joke today...etc..."

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