Elgato Game Capture Card HD S Review
The best option to go for in capture cards is Elgato Game Capture HD60, which gives you all the features you need for uploading a video or sharing it with your friends. The Elgato Game Capture HD60 card is one of the best semi-pro devices to get on with a serious capturing of gaming or streaming videos.
For using Elgato Game Capture HD60, your device must meet some basic minimum requirements. The PC must have a 64 bit Windows 10 operating system, and the processor should be no older than 4th generation quad-core Intel i5. The graphic card series used in the card can be Intel HD or NVIDIA GeForce GTX 600 or higher, and there must be a minimum of 4 GB RAM in your device for Elgato game capture device to work optimally.
With an elegant matte black finish on its exterior, the Elgato Game Capture HD60 is a great device based on the looks too. Being 4.4* 3* 0.75 inches, the device has a small package and a hell lot of performance capability. It feels barely bigger than a smartphone. There’s a strip of white LEDs on the top which makes HD60 a slick. It weighs only 3.7 oz (160 grammes).
It takes your PlayStation 4, Xbox One or Xbox 360 and Wii U as input and supports all kinds of resolutions. So it does not matter if you are using an HD platform or full HD platform. It supports 1080p60, 1080p30, 1080i, 720p60, 720p30, 576p, 576i and even 480p. It gives you powerful recording at a whopping frame rate of 60 frames per second. To record a video signal in full HD requires a lot of horsepowers, but no need to worry because the cutting edge H.264 encoder which is dedicated to reducing the load on the processor has got it taken care of.
Getting started with the Elgato Game Capture HD60 device is very easy. The software uses to interface the card is very easy to set up and is very basic. It provides you useful options to fiddle with the audio and streaming setups. Unlike the bulky software paired with cards, this software won’t let you have a hard time making any tweaks. The device offers you multitrack recording, flashback recording and a streamlined editing and sharing option. Even if you forget to record, the card has got you covered. Go back in time and record all your legacy moments retroactively.