|Item model number||1GC109901002|
|Hardware Platform||Playstation 4|
|Item Weight||3.68 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||4.8 x 0.55 x 2.2 inches|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||4.8 x 0.55 x 2.2 inches|
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Elgato HD60 Pro1080p60 Capture and Passthrough, PCIe Capture Card, Low-Latency Technology, PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One
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- Interface: PCIe x1
- Input: PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, Xbox360, Nintendo Switch & Wii U
- Output: HDMI (lag-free pass-through)
- Supported resolutions: 1080p60, 1080p30, 1080i, 720p60, 720p30, 576p, 576i, 480p
- Maximum bitrate: 60 Mbps
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It creates an immense delay when it's plugged in, like when the PC powers on, the screen takes longer than usual to show signal.
The colors look oddly different, and even when turning off the HDMI color range from their software, the screen with the card on it, looks different, washed out, compared to another identical screen, that's not connected to the card.
The fact that it cannot pass through signal without the software being installed, that was a big bummer for me. I hated dealing with it so much. You have to install the hideous software first, and then connect screens to the card.
The other fact that it cannot pass through 144Hz signal, another huge bummer, I mean, ok, I don't want to capture footage at 144Hz, but at least let me have an option to use the card as a plain pass through.
All of the above, are the reasons to take away 1.5 stars. The other 0.5 star, goes for the software. I don't wanna even start on that. It is so bad, I've had literally my worst times ever using that software. Hated it so much. OBS IMO, is miles better and more comfortable to use. Way less bugs.
Only problem has been trying to include game audio, party chat audio, and my voice all on Elgato. There is a known problem with some weird Elgato limitations when recording all this audio when using a Blue Yeti. Basically, my audio would sound distorted in the recording, which I found distracting and annoying. This was caused because I wanted to still be able to control my friend's volume seperately from game audio. For some reason, the chat audio is blaring and I always have to turn down the overall volume on the game, which sucked because it was a stealth game and I was not able to hear my enemies. After hours of looking through YouTube and forums on the problem, I wasn't able to find a solution.
Here was my solution:
1. Get a mixamp that allowed me to control game volume from chat volume. (I know there is a setting in the party chat to either focus game volume or party chat, but the setting don't go far enough to be effective.)
2. Set game video and audio to be recorder through HDMI, while chat audio is recorded through the MixAmp audio out port.(I had to get a special Elgato audio out splitter that they produced for this scenario since so many people complained.)
3. Recorded my voice separately on my Blue Yeti through OBS.
With this setup, I was able to record the game video/audio, party chat, my voice, and be able to control the game audio and party audio seperately as it went into my headset.
1. I had to speak into two mics. One was my headset so my team could hear me and the other was my Yeti so OBS could record it.
2. When compiling the video, I would have to match up the PS4 game audio/video with my voice as seperate tracks. It was not hard, plus it gave me the ability to turn up my voice or the game audio independetly if one or the other was too loud. It was just a good two weeks of research, buying, and setup.
So, in all, great technology that just has a weird hiccup with Yeti devices.