|Item model number||VG0061-NCFBA|
|Operating System||Mac os x, Linux|
|Item Weight||7.2 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||6 x 4.1 x 1.6 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||6 x 4.1 x 1.6 inches|
|Color||HDMI 1080P 60fps|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||July 25, 2017|
MYPIN HDMI Game Capture Card USB 3.0 HD Video 1080P 60FPS, Live Streaming Game Recorder Device Compatible with PS4, Xbox One,Wii U etc, Windows Linux Os X System
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- 【HDMI Game Capture】 -- Based on the high-speed USB 3.0 technology, It can capture one single channel HD HDMI video signal. Suitable for devices with HDMI output such as Blu-ray player, PS3/4, Xbox One, Wii U etc, works for devices under HDCP1.4
- 【1080P 60fps HD Quality】 -- It can capture 4K@30hz video source and record as 1080p@60fps with hardware accelerated up-scaling/down-scaling. Automatically converts input audio formats to 48 kHz PCM stereo audio
- 【Live Streaming】 -- Audio & Video recordability from external devices via HDMI port, simple file save and share on the computer. We have own "ezcap HD Capture " software included in the CD, which is more convenient to use. It is also compatible with popular streaming software and services like OBS Studio, VLC, etc
- 【Screen Share for Meeting】 -- A fast, familiar, and affordable way to share content in the conference room or online meetings. No software required; Directly connect a laptop or tablet via HDMI to start sharing
- 【Plug-N-Play】 -- No driver or external power supply required, a Low latency game, meeting, live streaming; Share to youtube, facebook, and twitter, Not support Mic-in for commentary; Record HDMI signal source directly, No HDMI splitter needed anymore
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- This USB3.0 game capture card supports recording video sources up to 4k @ 30hz, but the recorded video resolution is up to 1080P @ 60fps.
- It doesn't work for HDCP2.2 devices.
- No need to install any driver, you can use the OBS studio software to capture or stream your HD game
- We have own "ezcap HD Capture " software included in the CD, it can be used for recording or streaming also.
- Not support microphone
- 1 * USB3.0 HDMI HD Video Capture
- 1 * USB3.0 Cable
- 1 * HDMI 2.0 cable
- 1 * User manual
- Game console with HDMI input only,such as xbox one, PS4, Wii ,nintendo Switch, DSLR camcorder, action camera,etc.
- Don't use any adpater between console and the capture card
- Works with digital camera camcorders, not Gopro or other action cameras.
- It can be used for video conference, game collection, multimedia teaching scenario, etc, it has superior performance and compatibility than the previous versions.
|Input Resolution||720 x 480 (60p); 720 x 576 (50p); 1280 x 720p (50p); 1280 x 720p(60p); 1920 x 1080 (50i); 1920 x 1080 (60i); 1920 x 1080 (24p); 1920 x 1080 (25p); 1920 x 1080 (30p); 1920 x 1080 (50p); 1920 x 1080 (60p); 4K(30hz)|
|Capture Resolution||720 x 480 (60p); 720 x 576 (50p); 1280 x 720p (50p); 1280 x 720p(60p); 1920 x 1080 (50i); 1920 x 1080 (60i); 1920 x 1080 (24p); 1920 x 1080 (25p); 1920 x 1080 (30p); 1920 x 1080 (50p); 1920 x 1080 (60p)|
|Recording||Save recorded video as one single MP4 file on computer|
|Streaming||Compatible with software like OBS studio; ezcap HD Capture; etc.|
|Screen Share||Connect a laptop or tablet via HDMI to start sharing for conference|
|Mic-in||Not support microphone|
- Windows 7,8,10, OS X 10.9 or later, Linux.
- CPU:PC: Intel Core i5-3400 + NVIDIA GT630, Notebook: Intel Core i7-3537U 2.0 GHz + NVIDIA GT735, Mac: i5 quad-core or above, VGA card supporting DirectX 10, Sound card, 4GB RAM
- Powered USB 3.0 port: Intel chipset with native USB 3.0 host controller (Renesas, Fresco …)
- OBS Studio (windows,OS X); Windows Media Encoder (Windows); Adobe Flash Media Live -Encoder (Windows, OS X); Real Producer Plus (Windows); VLC (Windows, OS X, Linux); QuickTime Broadcaster (OS X); QuickTime Player (OS X); Wirecast (Windows,OS X); vMix(Windows); Potplayer(Windows)and etc.
3.Development interface compatibility:
- DirectShow (Windows), DirectSound (Windows),V4L2 (Linux), ALSA (Linux) OS X (QuickTime)
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I found this device for $89.99 here on Amazon, and honestly, I was nervous that I may had brought the wrong product, as I bought two of them. The devices came in a small box and the device itself is about a big as a cigarette box.
I opened it up, plugged in it to my USB 3.0 port (You need USB 3.0), and immediately, the drivers loaded by default.
First, I opened up Open Broadcast Studio, and it recognized the device right away. I noticed, at least on my PC, that the delay is only about 1 second, which is not bad. Definitely usable. Secondly, I opened up vMix, and the device was recognized right away. I opened up the second box, and did the same thing, so now I have two camcorders working at the same time.
Now, this is where it gets interesting. I opened up Skype and did a test video. Skype recognized the device as a WEBCAM. This means, for $89.99, you can take your lowly camcorder (or high end camcorder) and literally use it as a webcam in your software. The audio from the HDMI is based on what is connected to your camcorder, so in my case, I have a dynamic mic, plugged in with an XLR female to 3.5mm male, connected to a Canon Vixia HF R600, and I am talking to people on Skype.
I also tested the device with Powerdirector 14 (video editing software), and it did show up as a device. Same with Manycam, and other software.
This gives me a lot of options to use for broadcast in 1080P 60fps. You can also record in 720p, or really any resolution you want up to 1080p. The capture card also has HDMI out, as a passthrough so if you are gaming, you can watch your game thru that, while your recording.
Now, I suspect that a lot of people after reading this review so far are wondering about using a DSLR or Mirrorless camera, like a Canon Rebel T5i/T6i etc. You mileage will vary, but I did test this with a Canon Rebel T5i. It does work. However, many DSLR's DO NOT have a clean HDMI out, like almost all camcorders, so you will get overlays from the screen. Hacks like the Magic Lantern can help alleviate this problem, but only on some DSLR's. The other issue people may come up against is if multiple AGPTek capture devices can work. Technically they can, as I am using two of them, but you have to check the ports on your desktop/mac/laptop. For best results, make sure the devices are on different root ports.
What this AGPTEK HDMI Game Capture Card does not have is an audio input. You can work around this easily by getting an audio interface to connect your software your recording on or you can utilize the mic input on your camcorder, using a mixer for voice overs or music.
Overall, the device is great. The audio sounds great, and not too overly compressed thru HDMI, it can bypass HDCP (as described), the delay into broadcast video switching software is very minimal, it has a HDMI out for you to connect a LCD screen to monitor what you are doing, such as for gaming. The cost is cheaper than the Elgato CamLink ($129) and the Magewell. ($299.00). The capture card does not overheat neither so it seems it can be ran for extended periods. Lastly it loads as a generic WEBCAM driver so you can use Skype or Google Hangouts with it.
Excellent device...and I bought two. May need to get one more.
- unlike the StarTech USB3HDCAP, it's compatible with MacOS
- unlike the BlackMagic USB3/Thunderbolt Shuttle, it does not require a bundle of useless bloatware, instead working straight out of the box with GameShow and likely other capture software
- also unlike the BlackMagic USB3/Thunderbolt Shuttle, it (a) can auto-detect the input signal format and (b) can work with SD timings from a broad range of vintage video sources, such as classic game consoles (through an upscaler, including/specifically, an OSSC, sold separately)
- tangentially, unlike any less expensive device I read up on, it can capture resolutions below 720p, full-stop. Don't get burned by cheap-o "camcorder capture" dongles that explicitly cite 720/1080 compatibility if you know you'll need SD as well.
- unlike cheaper capture dongles, the StarTech USB3HDCAP, AND the BlackMagic Shuttle, it has low-latency pass-thru that continues to function so long as the box has power, not simply when it is capturing (so e.g. you don't need to rewire your setup to play a game without streaming it, and you don't need to play your game on the capture itself, which is lagged by a few frames)
Now, before buying, I did read one complaint about color fidelity, and having been alerted to look for it, I can now see the captured image does not 100% match the image displayed on a TV from the pass-thru. This was not, however, something a very few degrees of post-process hue adjustment and a tiny contrast boost could not mask decently well. I also noticed some very subtle diagonal banding, but could not swear this wasn't in my source feed. If you're in professional media you'll probably want better, but for gaming, I see no issue.
For a device that otherwise looks to be the bottom of the barrel on price, I honestly expected a lot less, and am more than satisfied with what I got.
1. The price is so good you cannot miss something like this that it's under $100.
2. It's right out of the box it works perfectly fine I tried it on my Windows 10 but for some reason the OBS was giving me a weird video glitch when I use the capture card and it was pretty annoying.
So I loaded Linux Mint and it work Flawless no problem no issue OBS end up seeing everything from that operating system and everything work 1080p at 60 frames you have to set it for 60 frames or otherwise it will stay at 30 that is both your capture card and you have to go to the OBS settings to enable 60 frames as well.
I will come back and make a video so you can see the results what I did to set this up I also purchased another item from Amazon was a plug-and-play microphone setup which I was able to plug it in and Linux was able to pick that up so technically my streaming looks professional.
I can understand the one guy who has a video up did a review on this product is very upset and it's understandable. But one thing's for sure this is not a fake product it does exactly what is advertised not misleading.
If you want proof find me at the mixer.com. you can find me under the name Nervusbreakdown and see my latest stream they that's using the capture card at purchased.
If there's any question or try to understand this product please ask me and I'll be more than happy to help you can find me at mixer or Xbox Live with the same username.
Here is my video on this product and I am using my wife account to do the review.
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Je les acheté pour enregistré des gameplay sur ma PS4, mais une fois dans OBS la qualité est dégueulasse, autant visuel que sonore et l'écran glitch sans arrêt. Pour une truc vendu 100$ c'est tout simplement une arnaque de bas niveau de la part du vendeur qui n'a clairement jamais tester sont produit avant de le vendre, où bien il s'en fou et est conscient qu'il vend n'importe quoi. Sans parler des ''drivers'' fournis avec qui sont rien d'autres qu'un paquet de logiciel servant à ouvrir des fichiers vidéos/musicaux.
Le seul point positif c'est le câble 3.0 fournit avec. Sérieusement, ne l'acheter pas.