|Item model number||1GC109901004|
|Hardware Platform||PlayStation 4|
|Item Weight||3.73 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||4.41 x 2.95 x 0.75 inches|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||4.41 x 2.95 x 0.75 inches|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||April 12, 2016|
Elgato Game Capture HD60 S - Stream and Record in 1080p60, for PlayStation 4, Xbox One & Xbox 360
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|You Save:||$9.55 (5%)|
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- Stream and record your finest gaming moments
- Stunning 1080p quality with 60 fps
- State-of-the-art USB 3.0 type C connection
- Built-in live streaming to twitch, YouTube & more
- Instant gameview: Stream with superior low latency technology
- Stream command: Add webcam, overlays, and more
- Built-in live commentary feature
- Unlimited capture right to your PC
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Elgato Game Capture HD60 S - System Requirements and Technical Specifications
- PC: Windows 10 (64-bit)
- 4th generation quad‑core Intel Core i5 CPU (i5-4xxx or comparable)
- Intel HD or NVIDIA GeForce GTX 600 series graphics (or better)
- 4 GB RAM, built-in USB 3.0 port
- Internet connection
- Interface: USB 3.0
- Input: PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Xbox 360 and Wii U (unencrypted HDMI)
- Output: HDMI (lag-free pass-through)
- Supported resolutions: 1080p60, 1080p30, 1080i, 720p60, 720p30, 576p, 576i, 480p
- Dimensions: 4.4 x 3 x 0.75 in
- Weight: 3.7 oz
- Comes with: Elgato Game Capture HD60 S, USB cable, HDMI cable.
This is non-refundable and non-returnable
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First, make sure you have all 3.0 USB on your connections and on your computer. If you don't have that, you gonna run into the same issue that everyone else is running into, no signal. You will get frustrated and in the end it's a simple fix.
Second, if you're a streamer, please do no set the recording to be recording at all times, that will make your stream lag. specially if you have a slow connection. Frames will be lost and you will become upset.
Third and lastly, if you just download the program on the website, make sure that you are downloading the right version. DO NOT download the windows 10 version if you have windows 7, it will not work. Same for all the mac users, please do your research before buying something like this. It is not cheap just to be throwing money at things just to keep them collecting dust.
I hope this helps someone out there.
I got one and I enjoy the products that they sell. I never had any issues and everything runs just fine.
Rule of thumb: If you can't figure out what's wrong with it, search on the internet, someone most likely is running into the same problem as you are. Google is your best friend people! USE IT!
Worth mentioning! I almost returned this - you MUST disable HDCP mode on your PS4 for this to work, otherwise you'll get a black screen and stuttering sound in the software. Once HDCP is disabled it works like a charm.
— DIFFERENCES —
The main difference between the HD60 and HD60 S is that the S has the lowest delay between the game on your TV and the preview on your computer. I also got it because it records at one resolution setting of your choice while the HD60 can steam at one resolution while recording at another. The HD60 S also comes with a USB-C to USB cable versus a USB to USB cable.
— SETUP —
Setup was easy and intuitive. It comes with two cables: one HDMI and one USB-C to USB cable. It's pretty self-explanatory as to what cable goes where. Plug an HDMI cable from your game console to the capture device, then plug another HDMI cable from the capture device to your TV, then plug the USB-C cable from your capture device to your computer. Go online and find the software to install (the link is mentioned in the box) and you're done.
After the software is installed, research online which settings are best for your video game system, or, if you know what you're doing you can choose exactly what you want. If you plan on editing this, the usual route is to record at a high setting (1080p) and reduce down to what you need. At least that's what I do. From there, you can organize your raw video files and edit using your preferred editing software.
— SUMMARY —
Video capture has come a looong way since I started doing it years ago with FireWire (what a headache that was). This device is the distillation of simplicity and usability. Anyone can easily understand and use this device. Recommended.
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✔️ Beste Voraussetzungen sind vorhanden. Er spricht klar und deutlich, zwar meistens nur Blödsinn, aber das kommt bei seinesgleichen ja gut an. Mit Elgato wird er somit genau das richtige Produkt haben. Das Gerät ist ja für seine Qualitative Wiedergabe bekannt.
✔️Dank Ton und Video Übertragung muss er nichts schriftlich Kommentieren, somit kann selbst er, mit seiner unterirdischen Rechtschreibung positiv auffallen.
Deshalb gibt's von mir 5 Sterne
Either I've just had really bad luck or you do need an element of computer knowledge to get this thing up and running.
The first issue I had was getting the software to recognise the hardware, even though I had USB 3.0 drivers installed, I had to update them manually. Easy enough.
The second was that the recording was losing sound / poor frame rate and just terrible recordings all together. To be fair my computer spec just about hits the required settings (i5 intel). I dropped the settings right down to mobile and still had some peculiar issues. Sometimes it would not recognise the ps4/xbox at all (is the HDMI input connected? / one moment please...), seem to be in an endless case of resetting the capture card / pc / ps4 to try and get some kind of reset on them. I thought for what it was worth that I bought another USB 3.0 cable as that was the cheapest option for debugging. IT WORKED. The cable supplied must have either been faulty or that there was not enough data running between them.
HOWEVER, still the same issues with recordings. Poor quality and sound loss. I think i'll have to put this one down to my computer spec not quite being able to match the encoding/decoding when it is recording. My computer knowledge is limited but when I look at my computer processes the CPU is at about 70% and the Graphics Card is at about 1%. For some reason I thought the recording/encoding would also be using the Graphics card as well.
SUMMARY: If you are looking to use this you better make sure you have a damn good computer spec. Which begs the question why use something like this at all? I regularly record using FRAPS without any issue, and I've also recorded through PS4 Remote Play or the Xbox App on Windows 10 and then recorded through FRAPS, the recording isn't quite 1080 / 60 FPS but it's a much cheaper alternative. If you want super quality and money isn't an issue then your probably looking at a £500 graphics card + £500 processor + Game Capture Card to get the results you need.
For reference with the below; I'm using a dual monitor setup.
All in all I'd say it's worth the full price never mind the discounted price! It's easy enough to set up - Plug in the USB-C to a USB3 port on your machine, toss in the HDMI cable, download the drivers and you're set! The Elgato software provided is a fairly decent tool and comes with a separate audio tool so if you want to forwards the audio without using the video software; you can do so.
Even nicer is it works with OBS without any issues and OBS itself is capable of passing through the audio without any assistance of the Elgato applications themselves. With the dual monitor setup you can pass the picture straight through without issue and suffer no loss of quality or latency issues.
I've tested the Elgato with a Nintendo Switch and a PS4 - the PS4 requiring a slight settings change on the PS4 itself to make it compatible (this is a PS4 / HDMI issue and not an Elgato issue) and the switch worked without an issue.
If you want a device that requires no actual capture card to be installed and something a bit more portable and flexible; this is absolutely the device you want.
Die PS4 überträgt das Mikrofon Signal nicht über den HDMI Kanal. Steht nirgendwo. Mein USB Headset soll ich entsorgen um ein analoges Headset mittels Kabelweichen mit der Elgato HD60s zu verbinden. Steht auch nirgendwo. Das ist echter Mist von Sony's PS4 Software und Elgatos/Corsair Verschwiegenheit.
Die YT'er die das Elgato HD60s bewerben ohne auf die Probleme hinweisen, sind für mich Blender.
HDMI Videoaufzeichnung funktioniert. Dafür einen Stern. YT hilft, löst aber das Problem nicht.
Wenn ich das vorher wüßte, hätte ich mir fast 200 Euro gespart.
Sorry Elgato/Corsair...nein Danke...für nichts!