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Recording my XBox in HD (Mabey?)

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I am looking at buying an EasyCap Video Capture device.

Problem: This uses composite (or S-Video) inputs to capture, and my new TV is using the Component cables with the HDTV settings. I can't use the normal TV setting with the HD plugs without it looking horrible on my TV (a 48" Plasma, there is a huge difference.) is there any way to use both the composite and component cables at the same time?

Or, if I can't, can I use a composite splitter,

with some way to convert the stream to composite or S-Video?
like the one here, but the other way around: http://compeve.com/i...;products_id=78
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