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Post Posted: Fri Jun 09, 2006 8:40 am   
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Hey all,

I'm looking at setting up my xbox to run debug, using the Unofficial XDK 5933. I mainly want it for screen grabbing etc, and maybe toying with a little coding later on.

My questions are these:
- I have MS Visual Studio (Visual C# 2005 Beta). Will this work, or does it need to be Visual C++?
- Also, I have read a few tutorials about this, and some mention the XDK Launcher and Dashboard 4627 Cracked. Will I need these to perform the functions I desire, or just Visual Studio and XDK on Xbox and PC?

Thanks for any help

Roo Very Happy

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Post Posted: Fri Jun 09, 2006 9:20 am   
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You need the XDK launcher to run things like a dashboard for screen grabbing (thats my main use) you also need a modified bios (can be set in X3CP) to look in E: for dhasboard .xbx or whatever the launcher is.

Been so long since I have had it set-up. Will e-mail DJB the link as he's the one that supplyed me all the stuff/knowledge.

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Post Posted: Fri Jun 09, 2006 9:37 am   
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You need Visual Studio .NET 2003, I don't think 2005 will work with it properly.

There's information in the AID Manual in the Appendix section which describes how to set up your PC + Xbox with the XDK.

http://www.aid.xbox-hq.com/modules.php?name=Manuals&file=aid30-0f#chapter

Hope that helps....


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Post Posted: Fri Jun 09, 2006 9:42 am   
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Thanks for the help guys Wink

[WTF, there must have been a glitch in the forums, because your (DJB's) previous post just had a different username a minute ago, and then the post dissappeared, now its back!] Confused

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roo465 wrote:
[WTF, there must have been a glitch in the forums, because your (DJB's) previous post just had a different username a minute ago, and then the post dissappeared, now its back!] Confused


I'll let forahobby know.

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Post Posted: Fri Jun 09, 2006 10:01 am   
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it's all good. it was me that posted

was just testing something out a second ago and was using another login. sorry guys.


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Post Posted: Fri Jun 09, 2006 10:21 am   
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No probs Wink

Thanks for letting us know...

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Post Posted: Fri Jun 09, 2006 1:37 pm   
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One more thing just quickly, in the AID Manual, Appendix F it says
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Be careful don't write your IP as usual, you must type it in hexadecimal, and from right to left. For example, instead of typing 192.168.0.82 you have to write 5200A8C0


I wish to use the static IP 10.0.0.45. When I converted this, it looked like this: 2D0000A. Is this correct? It looks too short.

Thanks, Roo Smile

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The Hex number should be 8 digits, since there's only 2 digits per ip

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10.0.0.1

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01.00.00.0A without the dots ofcourse


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Ahh, so it should be like 2D 00 00 0A?

That looks better now anyway.

Thanks for the help mate, and have a good long weekend Wink .
(I'm going down the coast, so I'll be back online monday)[/code]

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Thanks for the help guys, all is going well Smile

Screen grabbing was to be my main use, but movie capture is also pretty cool, as I record the sound onto my MP3 player, then join them up on PC. Works sweet!

I have played around with a little code, and compiled some source code as well. So much to learn!!

Later.... Roo

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Post Posted: Mon Jun 26, 2006 2:45 am   
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I used to use the Debug mode to do Screen / Movie capture, until I got my hands on this little baby:

D-Link DUB-AV300

The DUB-AV300 allows you to capture to your PC's hard drive at up to 30 frames per second in 720 x 480 pixel resolution. It captures CD quality stereo audio at 16 bit, 24KHz sampling rate with a unique A/V synchronization feature. The snapshot function lets you capture 720 x 480 pixel still images from your analog video source.

It supports AV and S-Video, so if you have a S-Video cable for your Xbox I recommend using this, since this is the clearest quality you get.


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The DUB-AV300 allows you to capture to your PC's hard drive at up to 30 frames per second in 720 x 480 pixel resolution. It captures CD quality stereo audio at 16 bit, 24KHz sampling rate with a unique A/V synchronization feature. The snapshot function lets you capture 720 x 480 pixel still images from your analog video source.

It supports AV and S-Video, so if you have a S-Video cable for your Xbox I recommend using this, since this is the clearest quality you get.


Wow! Thats pretty damn good, whats it worth though?

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Cheapest I've found is $134.20

Here's a link that may help you out:
http://www.shopbot.com.au/p-13319.html

It's comparisons on all the different stores that have this.


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Thanks for the info. I was actually looking into getting something like this a while ago, but couldn't afford it, lol!

I might look into it some more though.

Cya bro, Roo

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