|Item model number||1GC109901002|
|Item Weight||3.68 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||4.8 x 0.6 x 2.2 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||4.8 x 0.55 x 2.2 inches|
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Elgato Game Capture HD60 Pro, stream and record in 1080p60, superior low latency technology, H.264 hardware encoding, PCIe
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- Stream and record your Xbox, PlayStation, or Nintendo Switch gameplay. 1080p quality with 60 fps.
- Built-in live streaming to Twitch, YouTube & more.
- Instant Gameview: stream with superior low latency technology.
- Master Copy: simultaneous 1080p60 H.264 recording while streaming.
- Input : Play Station 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch (unencrypted HDMi), Output : HDMI (lag-free pass-through) up to 1080p60.
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You seek excellence and strive for precision. With optimum video capture, dedicated encoding, ultra-low latency technology, and more, HD60 Pro is your key to unlocking content of the highest caliber. The gaming experience is all about sharing. Stream and record your Xbox, PlayStation or Nintendo Switch gameplay and share your journey with friends, fans and generations to come.
Textures, tones, shadows, lens flares – you treasure every detail, so recording in the highest possible quality is non-negotiable. HD60 Pro features an advanced, onboard H.264 encoder that enables you to record unlimited footage in superb 1080p60 quality, at a bitrate up to 60Mbps. This, all while keeping your project file sizes small and CPU load minimal. Why settle for less.
HD60 Pro boasts Instant Gameview, powering your stream with superior low latency technology. The result? An unbeatable broadcasting experience that provides you absolute, real-time satisfaction. You’re live on Twitch or YouTube in a flash, and it’s never felt more natural.
Ever wrapped up a stellar stream, only to wish you could bump up the resolution for a YouTube upload? Now you can. With Master Copy, stream to Twitch and simultaneously record your gameplay in sharp quality up to 1080p60. What’s more? Master Copy saves each element of your stream – like webcam and overlays – as separate tracks, enabling you to edit your videos without compromise.
With Stream Command, customize your layout without limits. Add your webcam, overlays, alerts and more, and change your stream layout on the fly with scenes. Forget to hit record? No sweat. Simply slide back in time and record every moment retroactively. Add your voice with the built-in Live Commentary feature, and you're all set for the big show.
Your PC sets the bar for high-end design? HD60 Pro is no different. With black electro-galvanized steel casing accentuated by sharp, geometric edges, slick grilles, and prominent port labels, this PCIe card boosts the benchmark for head-turning hardware.
|4K60 Pro||HD60 Pro||HD60 S||HD60|
|H.264 Hardware Encoder||✓||✓|
|Unlimited Capture, Flashback Recording, Stream Command||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Interface||PCIe x4||PCIe||USB 3.0||USB 2.0|
|Max. Bitrate||up to 140 Mbps||60 Mbps||40 Mbps||40 Mbps|
|Operating System||Windows 10 (64-bit)||Windows 10 (64-bit)||Windows 10 (64-bit), macOS Sierra||Windows 10 (64-bit), macOS Sierra|
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Perfect streaming. Instant Game view: stream with superior low latency technology Stream Command: add webcam, overlays and more Built-in live commentary feature Perfect quality. Stunning 1080p quality with 60 fpsAdvanced H.264 hardware encoding Lag-free HDMI pass-through to the TV/monitor Perfect recording. Unlimited capture right to your PCFlashback Recording: record retroactively Master Copy: simultaneous 1080p60 H.264 recording while streaming
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Looking to upgrade, I put my faith into Magewell, which was a disaster - the "plug and play" capture card had a plethora of issues, from no audio to stuttering visuals.
I was about ready to poop my pants out of frustration when I noticed Elgato announce their 4K60Pro. I decided to dish out the extra cash to future-proof my setup and, let me tell you hwat, I AM SO GLAD I DID. This card is super easy to install, and worked as soon as I downloaded the software. No silly traditions to make it work, no stuttering video, beautiful audio and video. Thank you, Elgato - not only for the amazing product, but for saving me from buying a new pair of pants.
Pro-tip: there is a slight audio desync (which is something I've experienced in every capture card I've had.) If you go into the Advanced Settings in either OBS or Xsplit, delaying the audio for the capture card by about 200ms will make it spot on with the video. :)
— DIFFERENCES —
I chose the S version mainly because the strip on the top lights up. 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 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.
My main setup between my 2 pc's required me to use alternatives to capture a 1440p 165 hz signal.
I have attempted to use monitor cloning software, OBS NDI, and also external capture cards.
Monitor cloning: It sometimes did work but, when restarting the pc, it sometimes gave out. Which required you to reconfigure the setup. Which is a pain when you're just wanted to game and stream.
OBS NDI: This was an easier solution to cloning due to having to only a one time setup. Also it a plugin directly built into OBS once installed. The drawback is that once you start using NDI it takes up network bandwidth at higher bitrates, which can restrict your online gameplay. Also every 30 minutes the audio becomes desynced which would require you to reset the source within OBS. Another Pain In My A**.
Now.... The moment you've been waiting for...
The Elgato 4K60 Pro
This Card is GODLY. The moment I took it out of the box and installed the 4k capture utility it just works. Its extremely simple. On your gaming pc you plug in the HDMI cable to the graphics card and duplicate the display within windows 10. When you add the source for the card there is an option for audio outsource to windows. This is for people who would like to hear the gaming pc audio on the streaming pc. This is literally the best card for the price within this market. For example a comparable capture would be a Magewell Pro Capture. Which runs a whopping $900. OUCH. It has solved so many problems for me and improved the quality on my channel tremendously.
If you don't believe me take a look at my Twitch: Splinxes
I hope this review has helped you choose your future capture card. If it did then welcome to #TeamElgato.
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Hands down, won't disappoint if you use OBS and stream with this card from your consoles.