Discussion in 'Gaming Videos' started by Chix, Nov 6, 2010.
Very informative. I vouch for the PVR, mine gives me stunning quality with a few tweaks.
i got an EasyCap 2.0 DC60 for 5 bucks on amazon
Should add the Hauppauge Colossus, it's a new-ish internal capture card with HD PVR quality for $60 less. I have it and it works amazing.
Thx for this post. now i know to get an HD PvR
AVerTV CaptureHD H727 PCIe Card.
Just got one of these for my 20th birthday present from my sister. It cost £85 and records in 720p or 1080i. You can either hook up a HDMI cable or use the 10-in-1 cable that comes with it, the 10-in-1 cable allows you to connect standard composite or component video cables.
Here is a test video that I made 5 minutes after plugging it in.
All I did when I captured this was join my friends session (TBXD GARUDA and TBXD JOCK) and hit record, after stopping I uploaded the video to YouTube.
You will see more videos from me in the near future and possibly a review on this device.
I have the Roxio Game Cap, and If this is your first time recording make this your choice, it's not as good as the HDPV, but better than all the rest.
i use a dazzle dvc 100 and render in 720 HD and use windows 7. heres a little clip from my dazzle...
overall i would just get a dazzle becasue they are cheap. i bought mine from my friend for 20 bucks so it was a good deal
Roxio changed theirs, it now supports HD, you can play in 1080i and record in 720p I believe, also you can boost the quality in vegas. 60$ right now with the code. Get it!
Thanks for this great thread, helped me decide what to go for. I wasn't sure if I wanted to spend a lot of money on a HD PVR, but I decided it would be worth it in the end Managed to snag one for £112!
Is there a way for me to record my Xbox360 without a capture card, but keeping still fairly good quality videos?
The laptop i have runs on an AMD Athlon II dual core P340 processor.
What Capture Card would go with this?
I want a Dazzle mainly, but if there's any other capture card out there for the same price or there abouts, that would be great!
I use and highly reccomand the RoxioGame Capture card, it a great High Definition recorder. You are able to render the video from 480p to 1080p!
please help me! Are there any ways?
Or can i get the EasyCap in Western Australia? And for how much in $AUD
there is a new card on the scene to rival that of the HD PVR, personally i think it's better,
The AverMedia HD Game Capture, Comes with a remote, can record to USB drive/External HDD and Internal HDD.
DOESN'T REQUIRE A COMPUTER TO RECORD.
I have one of these, i use it for my youtube..
Uh i have a Dazzle and i record in 1080p. Need proof? Here's a video that i Recorded and Edited with a Dazzle DVC100
You should add AVerMedia GameCaptureHD. It's a great Capture device and for 130-150$ new it's as great as a Hauppauge HD PVR but slightly cheaper. You should add it to the thread. On the lowest settings I record at 720P(You can record up to 1080i) with no lag on my screen while gaming at all. You can also record WITHOUT a PC, which is a plus for people like me who is always on the move. You can also hook up an external hard drive to save your videos on or a USB FlahDrive which is another great addition. Here is a video I found that can show the device in action.
The Game Capture would be so much better if it had an HDMI or VGA input vs the component it currently uses. Once Avermedia makes a version utilizing new inputs, it'll be a monster for people going to LAN events and wanting to capture their stuff.
I'm currently using the Avermedia Game Broadcaster HD for capturing needs. It's a really great capture card, one of the first to allow you to play in 1080p 60fps on your monitor while recording 1080p 30fps on your computer (you need to buy an hdmi or VGA splitter in order to do this) or you can just record up to 1080p 30fps from theater. Costs 150 which is less than both the Hauppage HD PVR and the Black Magic Intensity Pro.
My review of the Game Broadcaster:
the elgato capture device is really good
Would you pick the AVerMedia GameCapture HD or the AVerMedia AverTV USB HD DVR
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