This is a Review Video for the Elgato Game Capture HD60.
In this video I unbox the Elgato package, show you some recording samples, side by side comparisons with my other capture cards, as well as a walkthrough of the Game Capture v2.0 software that Elgato just released.
As some of you may or may not know I'm a huge fan of video editing and live streaming on Twitch.tv. I've been streaming on Twitch.tv for the last 5 years on my twitch channel (twitch.tv/WatchTowerGames) and you might have caught a stream or two of mine on the 2old2play Twitch channel. I've gone thru several capture cards in that time. I started with the Hauppauge HDPVR, then upgraded to the BlackMagic Intensity Pro. Over the years i've also tried out the BlackMagic Intensity Shuttle, the AVerMedia Live Gamer HD and ExtremeCap U3. All of them are great but only the ExtremeCap U3 was capable of capturing @ 1080p60 via USB 3.0. Then I heard about Elgato's new capture device, the HD60, which is a USB 2.0 device that captures @ 1080p60 so i decided I wanted to check it out. I got my hands on one of the new devices from Elgato and decided to give it a proper testing. I've been testing it for about a few days now and i feel like it's time to tell you what I think about it.
Here's a quick overview of what it can do:
- it's a USB 2.0 device
- captures video at 1080p60
- HDMI IN, HDMI OUT, Analog 3.5mm Audio IN, and Mini USB port.
- Package includes a HDMI cable, USB 2.0 Cable, and a Elgato Gaming Sticker!
Check out my Unboxing & Review Video and see what I thought of the Elgato HD60.