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Hauppauge HD PVR 2 Gaming Edition High Definition Game Capture Device with HDMI In and Out for Use with PC, Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS4 and PS3 (1480)

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  • Uses H.264 encoding in HD to capture your game play in stunning HD
  • Uses HDMI to connect to your TV set from Xbox One, Xbox 360 or PS4. Component Video cable to connect to PS3. Setup is a snap
  • Comes with a 6 ft long HDMI cable to connect to your Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PS4, and a Component Video cable to connect to your PS3.
  • With no delay passthrough, so you can play your games while recording
  • With one click you can share your game play with your friends and fans on YouTube
  • The HD PVR's can be used worldwide with the only difference being the various prongs on the power supply, so an plug adapter is all that is needed.
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Style: Gaming Edition
  • Operating System: Windows XP Windows 8 Windows Vista Windows 7
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Product Details

Style: Gaming Edition
  • Product Dimensions: 5.2 x 7.5 x 7.5 inches ; 2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B008ZT8QKO
  • Item model number: 1480
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,043 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: August 19, 2012

Product Description


Hauppauge HD PVR 2 Gaming Edition

Upload to YouTube and Share Your Best Games in HD

HD PVR 2 Gaming Edition includes cables and software you need to capture your high definition Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS4, PS3 or PC gameplay in realtime. A 6-foot HDMI cable is supplied to connect HD PVR 2 Gaming Edition to your TV set so you can play your games while you record with no delay. For connection to a Sony PS3, an HD Component video cable and special Hauppauge adapter is included.

Hauppauge HD PVR 2 Gaming Edition

The HD PVR 2 Gaming Edition from Hauppauge is the best way to record your Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS4, or PS3 game play on your PC -- now with powered 1080p 'no-delay passthrough' and HDMI input and output with 1080p60 passthrough. It creates real-time H.264 compressed recordings (Blu-ray quality) from your Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS4, or PS3 game play. Gameplay recordings are made from either HDMI or Component video. To make setup super easy, HD PVR 2 has 'powered pass through' so you can leave your HD PVR 2 powered on and the pass through continues to work, even if you remove your PC. With the Hauppauge Capture application, you can add your gameplay chat to both your recordings and live streams.

Key Features

HD PVR 2 Gaming Edition was specially designed for the dedicated Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS4, or PS3 gamer, and makes the installation easy. It features 1080p60 'no-delay passthrough' for HDMI in and out, Component-In to HDMI-Out to support the PS3, plus a record button mounted on top of HD PVR 2 to start the recording without having to be at your PC. Our HD PVR 2 CD-ROM includes our Personal Logo inserter so you can "burn" your own logo into your recordings.

Record, Upload and Stream Your Game Play with the Hauppauge Capture Application

The new Hauppauge Capture application is a free download. It has a quick response Record button which allows you to start recording at a moments notice. The easy-to-use editor allows you to quickly trim videos. Once your video is ready, upload it to Youtube with the built-in YouTube upload feature. The application includes a simple to use video quality selector, built-in scaler (a feature unique to the HD PVR 2), and screen shot option so you can capture snapshots of the best of your gameplay.

Technical Specifications

  • Encoder: H.264 encoder, at datarates from 1 to 13.5 Mbits/sec
  • Input: Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PS4 (unencrypted HDMI), PlayStation 3 (Component video)
  • Output: HDMI
  • Video resolutions: 1080p60 passthrough (records at 1080p30), 720p, 576p, 480p
  • Interface: USB 2.0
  • Dimensions: 6.0 x 6.0 x 1.56 inches
  • Weight: 5 ounce

Stream and record in-game chat

Record and stream in-game chat with the microphone mixer, which is built into the Hauppauge Capture application. Plug a microphone into your PC, set the audio volume level, and then record or stream your game play with your chat! You can adjust the volume at any time or mute your audio.

Stream Your Game Play Over the Internet with Hauppauge's StreamEez

Do you want to share your live game play with your friends while you play? Or are you a subscriber to Twitch or Ustream and want to stream your videos too? Well you can with the StreamEez software which comes with the HD PVR 2. StreamEez makes it easy to stream your Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS4, PS3, PC, or WiiU game play over the Internet, and it's included for free!

What's in the Box?

  • HD PVR 2 Gaming Edition HD recorder
  • Installation CD-ROM with ShowBiz and the Personal Logo inserter
  • 6 feet HDMI cable to connect to your TV monitor
  • 6 feet PS3 Component video cable and adapter
  • 9 feet USB cable
  • Quick Install guide
  • Power supply

Powered No-Delay Passthrough for Zero-Delay Recording and Gaming

HD PVR 2's powered 'no-delay' video passthrough gives zero delay on your TV monitor, and makes HD video recordings while you play your games at the same time. When using the "no-delay" video passthrough with a PS3, you will use the supplied HD Component Video cable from your PS3 into the HD PVR 2, and then you'll use HDMI to connect to your TV set. When using the "no-delay" video passthrough with an Xbox One, Xbox 360, or PS4, you'll bring HDMI in from the Xbox and then HDMI out to your TV set.

HD PVR 2's video pass through is externally powered and runs in a low power mode when your PC is removed. Compared to USB bus powered recorders, which shut off when you remove your PC, the HD PVR 2's powered pass through always works even when you shutdown your PC. With HD PVR 2, you are always ready to play even if you don't have your PC connected.

High Performance, High Definition Recording

At long last, a video game recorder that offers high quality recordings from your HD gameplay. At the heart of the HD PVR 2 is a pro-quality H.264 high-definition encoder that was originally designed for the broadcast TV industry. The HD PVR 2 makes high performance, high quality video recordings at up to 1080p30 resolution, 720p, or 480p. The box includes all cables necessary to connect your Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS4, or PS3. The HD PVR 2 records in the AVCHD format, which is the format used to master Blu-ray discs. You have the option of recording at data rates from 1 Mbs to 13.5Mbs, so you can choose the video quality you need.

Recording Formats

There are two H.264 formats you can choose when recording a video:

- TS, which is a generic 'transport stream' compatible with many digital media players. TS files are also called 'AVCHD' files and are used to burn Blu-ray DVD movies (Blu-ray burner software not included)

- MP4, which is compatible with many video editors, like Sony Vegas

Models HD PVR 2 Gaming Edition HD PVR 2 Gaming Edition Plus HD PVR 2 HD PVR
Model Number 1480 1504 1512 1212
HDMI and Component Video In Component only
1080p Record Up to 1080i
Mac Record Support Optional*** Yes** Optional*** Optional***
Record In-Game Chat Yes* Yes* Yes*
Optical Audio Input
5.1 Channel Surround Sound
IR Blaster
PS3 Gaming Cable

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

This stupid device will not install drivers from software if there's a usb issue.
Assyeng
Previous capture devices I have owned would get one star at best, so I still recommend this product highly.
Fritz
Overall, the HD PVR is great for recording footage from hi-def consoles like the 360 and PS3.
Maureen Swan

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

645 of 693 people found the following review helpful By Maureen Swan on December 25, 2009
Style Name: High Definition PVR
To start off, I'm writing this review solely from the perspective of someone using this to record footage from video game consoles (an Xbox 360, in my case), because that's why I bought it and that's all I've used it for so far.

Upon opening the box, I was pleasantly surprised to discover that there was a component cable included, a nice bonus. The first thing you'll notice is how light the device itself is. The all-plastic body and the lack of weight contribute to give it a slight cheap feeling, but this is not reflective of the overall quality of the device, as I'm about to explain.

The HD PVR has pass-through outputs, which means you can plug your console into the PVR and then the PVR into your TV (with the included component cable), eliminating the need to split the signal. I was a little bit worried about any input lag caused by the pass-through, but I was thankful to discover that there is absolutely none. The one downside of this, if any, is that the PVR has to be on for the pass-through outputs to work. It doesn't have to be recording and the software doesn't have to be open, so it's not that big of a deal, but it's just one more device that is sapping power.

After getting everything hooked up, you have to install the included software on whatever PC you're going to be using to record. The software installation was pain-free, although I recommend getting the latest driver updates from their website and the latest software updates through the software itself. Make sure that you do NOT lose the CD, as you can only download the driver from Hauppauge's website, not the included software. One of the downsides of the PVR is that only the included software and a small list of 3rd party software will work with the device.
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634 of 692 people found the following review helpful By K. Martin on May 22, 2009
Style Name: High Definition PVR Verified Purchase
Here's the summary:

- Not a DVR. This is a pass-thru from audio/video source to PC.

- Generates H.264 at Baseline Profile 1.0 only -- not the High Profile 4.1 that x264.exe-based programs generate. The Baseline H.264 quality is not as good as the High Profile quality using the same bit rate.

- Generates default .M2TS files which are difficult to edit -- use the .TS file output instead for easier editing.

- Arcsoft software is good for capturing and that's it. The software for creating a disk always seems to re-encode -- a process that takes my PC days or makes my PC hang.

- After capture, I have to use third-party software to finish production.

The product is not an easy out-of-the box solution. Hookup is easy, and the Arcsoft software installation is easy, capturing is easy, but it gets tricky after that.

When you capture, you can set bitrates. I set my 720x480i broadcast to 4.1 MB/s thinking it would be fine. When I made a disk and played it on the Blu Ray player, the video had a horribly compressed look. That was a straight H.264 file from the HD-PVR 1212 unit to disk without transcoding. But when I transcode some other high-quality 480i video using an x264.exe-based application with 4.1 MB/s the video quality is fine.

Now I made the mistake of capturing my first video in .M2TS. Tried to edit it. Lots of software doesn't like .M2TS. I didn't know that then, but I know now. Fortunately I was able to use the freeware TSRemux to convert the .M2TS file to a .TS file. Now apps like H264TS_Cutter and multiAVCHD are happier. Lots of crashes and failures with .M2TS.

Editing. I use H264TS_Cutter to cut out commercials.
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360 of 391 people found the following review helpful By Dan (aka THXkid) on June 5, 2008
Style Name: High Definition PVR
June posting

ok I would have given this 5 stars but this comes with current problem with it, this has optical in for 5.1DD recording at this time hauppuage can not get this to work so you are stuck with PCM 2.0 or audio from the analog imputs, now to the rest, it records video at 1920x1080 at same or near Blu ray discs, you have a choice of bitrate constant from 1 to 13.5 Kb or on variable all the way up to 20.2, this records in the same codeec (AVCHD) as blu ray and HD DVD discs, it will take any component imput, I have mine through my receiver where my Dishnet PVR HD, PS3, HD DVD and Oppo DVD player runs through, just for test purposes I tried all my devices and what I test recorded from dishnet, blu ray, DVD and HD DVD the test disc looked no different than the original source, once you capture your source you can then edit or add chapters then you get to add a real cheapo menu and then put in what disc you need to burn either a DVD-R or a dual layer DVD Disc, it takes about 10 minutes to author your recording to Blu ray standard and burn on your normal DVD as a true Blu ray playable Disc, beware once you burn your DVD as a blu ray playback DVD you will not be able to read it in your computer again unless you have a Blu ray Rom or Blu Ray Burner, once and if Hauppuage ever gets the 5.1 DD fixed this could be the killer to blu ray Discs, hauppuage claims by next driver release they will include the 5.1 fix. Beware this is Xp service pack 2 or Vista operating system only, also you must have a fast computer to use this device and its programs, I have a dual core 3.
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