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ExtremeCap U3 - CV710

(1) To ensure the compatibility, check your computer's USB 3.0 whether it is a verified chipset made by Intel Native, Renesas, or Fresco.
Steps: Right-click My Computer --> Properties --> Device Manager --> Universal Serial Bus controllers --> Intel USB 3.0 extensible Host Controller



(2) This might be due to the lack of system efficiency.  Please run the AVerMedia USB 3.0 Diagnosis Tool first to determine the platform-supported resolutions and then adjust the input resolution accordingly.

(3) Check whether you are using a stand-alone graphics card.

Make sure the CPU Usage is not over 70% during recording or the system might not be efficient.  Try closing other programs to lower the CPU usage.

Yes, CV710 supports raw data capturing. However, recording in compressed or uncompressed format depends on the software you use. In order to record in 1080p@60 (uncompressed), the minimum system requirements should be as follows:
CPU: i7 with independent graphics card
Storage: SSD Raid 0
Recommended read and write speeds at 300MB/sec

Yes, you can. Simply set the file type to AVI to record in uncompressed format. Thanks.

1. Please go to AVerMedia website to download the Adobe Premiere Pro Plug-in
2. Follow the instruction to install the plug-in
3. Open Adobe Premiere Pro CS6



4. Select New Project



5. General -> Capture Format -> AVer Record -> OK



6. Select your AVerMedia device, Video Source, Resolution and Record Format accordingly.



7. Select your preferred Location, Project Name and Sequence Name. Click OK to confirm.



8. File -> Capture??BR>


9. Preview window is ready for capturing. [Setup is complete.]

1. Please go to AVerMedia website to download the Sony Vegas Plug-in
2. Follow the instruction to install the plug-in
3. Open Sony Vegas



4. Media Generators -> Third Party -> AVerMedia HD Capture



5. Drag (Default) Preset to the arrow-pointed area.



6. Set up AVerMedia HD Capture



7. Change Path (note: we recommend NOT to set path directly under C:)


A: Follow the steps to resolve this issue.

1.Go to the locations listed below and look for the system file “ksxbar.ax”.
For x86 system: C:\Windows\System32
For x64 system: C:\Windows\SysWOW64
(The system directory is generally located in “C”. If the location of your system directory has been changed, search accordingly.)

2.If you can’t find the system file, it could mean that the file has been removed. Try update your Windows or reinstall Windows to recover the file.

3.Make sure “ksxbar.ax” is in your system directory. Then download file “regxbar.zip” here, unzip it, and run one of the files listed below based on your system’s bit version:
For x86 system: run regxbar_x86.bat
For x64 system: run regxbar_x64.bat
(If your system directory is not in “C”, open the “.bat” file with a text editor, change the location accordingly and then run the “.bat” file.)

4.Restart “RECentral.exe” and check whether the issue is resolved.
Legally, unless you have been duly licensed, we expressly advise that you DO NOT record copyrighted contents, particularly those with copy protection such as HDCP, to avoid breaking the law.
If you have been duly granted a license to record copyrighted contents, it is technically possible to use a splitter with our product; however, our warranty does not cover such usage, and AVerMedia will not be liable to any damage caused by such actions.
Follow the steps below to verify your USB 3.0 host controller meets the requirement:
1) On your desktop, right-click > New > Shortcut
2) Enter ‘devmgmt.msc’ > Next > Done
3) Double-click the new shortcut to open Device Manager
4) Click on Universal Serial Bus controllers, and look for:
 • Intel(R) USB 3.0 eXtensible Host Controller (mandatory)
 • Renesas, Fresco, VIA, or ASMedia USB eXtensible Host Controller
purchasing
It’s possible that you played Blu-Ray disc or opened some applications (Netflix, Hulu) that activated HDCP protection on your XBox One. HDCP has failed Xbox One error can prevent you from recording your gameplay sessions.

Please refer to following suggestions to resolve the situation.

Solution 1 – Restart your console
Try to restart your console. This will clear temporary files and fix this and many other problems. To restart your Xbox One, do the following:

 1. Press the Xbox button on your controller to open the guide.
 2. Select Settings.
 3. Select Restart console.
 4. Select Yes to confirm.

You can also restart your console by holding the power button for 10 seconds. After your console turns off, wait for a few seconds and press the power button again to turn it on. After your console restarts, the temporary files will be removed and the error should be resolved.

Solution 2 – Turn on Energy-saving mode
In case restarting your XBox One didn’t help to solve the issue please follow steps below:

 1. Press the Menu button on your controller and go to Settings.
 2. Select Power & startup.
 3. Go to Power Options section, select Power mode and press the A button on the controller.
 4. Select Energy-saving.
Xboxone HDCP FAQ

After enabling this option, turn off your Xbox off then restart it. The issue with HDCP should be resolved completely.
The XBOX One S supports resolution output at 4K (3840x2160) and has setting for HDR color. If you want to record game footage of XBOX One S with your AVerMedia capture card make sure to lower resolution to supported 1080p and turn off/disable HDR function.
Yes, AVerMedia capture cards can capture game footage from PS4 PRO under following circumstances:
Set PS4 PRO output to 1080p resolution and turn off HDR color output.
When connecting an Android smartphone / tablet, the outputs from HDMI are subjected to HDCP
Therefore, you will not be able to receive video (in RECentral) and record.
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