I'm being forced to relocate my PC downstairs because of the changing weather, and that's a big problem for me. The PC is not going to be anywhere near my TV, so I can't record video footage off my game systems without having to use extension cords.

I have two choices:

One, use a bunch of USB 2.0 extension cords to hook up my capture device directly to my PC. I've read that USB 2.0 cables can only be up to 5 meters (15 feet) long, though... and the PC is going to be around 20 meters (60 feet) away.

Two, use a bunch of S/Video and Stereo/RCA cable extension cords. This might work, but I'd have to pay a lot of money for the cords, not to mention there could be signal degradation for all I know.

Any suggestions on what I can do? I really don't want to stop recording stuff or put the game systems next to my machine (the capture device has a delay of half a second, so it's impossible for me to play games normally with it.)