I'd recommend the Elgato HD. It may be a bit more pricy than other cards but It's still a good one. Simple to set up and use, and it has great quality + live stream capabilities IIRC. here's some pics of mine (I don't really ever use it anymore since I find recording on PC much easier and convenient).
This project took me about a week from start to finish (I had schoolwork to do and family to hang out with). Overall, I'm very happy with the way it came out, considering this is my first project. I hope you guys like it
AutoTipe is a very simple auto typing program I made for a friend. This program can type at over 500+ WPM with 100% accuracy. It's a fun program to use if you want to mess around with your friends.
The most I've gotten out of it is about 4,500 WPM with 100% accuracy. Try it and see how high of a WPM you can get. For best results format the text as shown in instructions. May not be compatible with some websites. If you want to try it out a good website is Typing.com
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Copy and paste the text you'd like automatically typed. For best results, do not indent any lines. Format as shown. Click the "Type It" button, follow the instructions in the messagebox that appears then wait a few seconds.
Ive never heard of this not sure what a console ID has to do with memory at all. Please explain further Oh and this happened to me once.. when I did it instead of moving it its better to copy it as it sometimes deletes things on accident. If that happens theres nothing you can do except start over. I would check all possible save spaces just to be sure first
Each Xbox 360 console has it's own unique ID (mine is 085EC87BC7). Every Gamertag also has it's own unique ID assigned to it. Every gameave/data file has the console/GT ID linked to it, and if either of those ID's don't match the ID of the account you're using or the ID of the console you're playing on, then your save file/data file won't work. If you've moved your save file legitimately via the Xbox 360, to another 360, then it should replace the console ID on the data file with the new Xbox. It may seem a bit confusing, so here's a picture to explain.