There may be easier ways, but recently I discovered a nice way to capture Slingbox video stream directly (not using full screen capture techniques) thanks to "Slinguist" from this post: http://placeshiftingenthusiasts.com...-in-high-definition-720-or-1080/page-2/#p7632 Since there are a few Slingbox users here I thought it may be useful to summarize how to get the above working, since it's not trivial to do: 1. Download this Perl script: http://placeshiftingenthusiasts.com...-file-uploads/slinguist/2013/01/rec350b-1.zip 2. Requires Perl installation to run if you don't already have it installed: http://www.activestate.com/activeperl/downloads 3. Perl script requires the Crypt::Tea_JS module. You can use the Perl Package Manaager to find and install that module: Start Perl Package Manager * View->All Packages * Find and click on Crypt-Tea_JS * Action->Install * File->Run Marked Actions. 4. You then need to edit the rec350b.pl script to update $slingip, $pass and optionally $vs variables. 5. Sling IP & Port you can find as follows: * Start the web based player the usual way (login if needed): http://newwatch.slingbox.com/#SettingsPageFacade/index * Click on 'Settings' and then click on 'NETWORK DETAILS' where you can see HOME IP Address and Network Port * Now in Perl script set $slingip accordingly. 6. While keeping the Slingbox stream active in your browser, the 15 digit admin password you then find by opening a new tab in your browser and visiting: * https://newwatchsecure.slingbox.com/watch/slingAccounts/account_boxes_js * Then look for 'adminPassword' setting in the .js file. (If you have more than 1 Slingbox make sure you grab the setting for the right one). * Now in Perl script set $pass accordingly. 7. I also changed $vs=16 to get 1920x1080 resolution 4Kbps H.264 video for my Slingbox 350. 8. Now you're ready to run the script and capture video. * Make sure you exit Slingbox viewing in your browser before running the Perl script. * When you run the script it will create a .asf file in same directory as the script which you can play back using VideoLAN VLC and other players. * After running script remember to rename the .asf file to something else before running again, or it will get overwritten.