Oneme HD Video Capture, Audio Video Capture Cards, HDMI to USB Capture Cards 1080p USB2.0 Compatible with Linux, Mac OS, Windows 7/8/10
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|Hardware Interface||USB 2.0|
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- Audio Video Capture Cards Easily connect your DSLR, camcorder, or action Cam to your PC or Mac
- HDMI Capture Cards Record videos directly to the hard disk without time delay, no external power supply required.
- HD Video Capture Suitable for high definition acquisition, teaching recording, medical imaging, etc.
- Support HDMI input max resolution 3840×2160@30Hz, video output max resolution 1920×1080@30Hz
- Support Windows / Android / MacOS/ Support most acquisition software, such as VLC / OBS / Amcap, etc
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|Hardware Interface||USB 2.0||USB 3.0||USB, USB 3.0, Thunderbolt, USB Type C||USB 3.0||USB|
|Item Dimensions||3.3 x 1.5 x 0.62 inches||0.47 x 3.18 x 1.22 inches||3.74 x 2.2 x 0.63 inches||4.41 x 2.95 x 0.75 inches||0.75 x 4.41 x 2.95 inches|
HD video capture Cards
The video capture can capture both HDMI video and HDMI audio, sending audio and video signals to computers and smart phones for preview and storage.
Without external power supply easily transportable device is ideal for live streaming, conference rooms, video recording, and more.
Support Linux, MacOS, Windows7/8/10 system
The product itself does not need to install any software，Plug and play, capture video through capture software, Please install the acquisition software by yourself.
Capture Cards support most acquisition software, such as VLC / OBS / Amcap, etc (The manual contains the basic settings of the OBS acquisition software)
Computer hardware configuration requirements:
CPU: PC i5-3400 or above; NB i7-3537U 2.0GHZ or above
Graphics card: PC NVIDIA GT630 or above; NC NVIDIA GT735M or above
Run memory: 4G RAM
HDMI resolution: Max input can be 3840×2160@30Hz
Video output resolution: Max output can be 1920×1080@30Hz
Conform to USB Video and UVC standard
Conform to USB Audio UAC standard
Video output format: YUV/JPEG
Support video format: 8/10/12bit Deep color
Support audio format: L-PCM
Support AWG26 HDMI standard cable: input up to 15 meters
Max working current: 0.4A/5V DC
1* Audio Video Capture Cards
1* User Manual
1* HDMI Cable
1* USB Cable
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1- Attach USB dongle to PC via USB 2.0 port
2- Do not put the micro USB cabel into the uniy, as it isn't needed
3- Ensure that the dongle's slider os on "Output 1"
4- Install OBS and/or open OBS
5- Under "Sources" hit the "+" to add a source
6- Add a "Video Capture Device"
7- Use defaults on first pop-up window, select OK
8- on second window, modify the device drop down to "USB Video"
9- on that same window, scroll down and tick the selection box to "use custom audio device"
10- on the new drop down, select "Digital Audio Interface (USB Digital Audio)"
11- On audio mixer, the volume for "Desktop Audio" should be slid to 0 or -inf dB
12- Slide the volume on "Video Capture Device" to around -20 dB to -30 dB if using a mic, so that your mic audio isn't overlapped by whatever is going into the video capture card
13- On the settings gear next to the Video Capture Device audio adjustment, click to show menu options and select "Advanced Audio Properties"
14- Audio monitoring; To the right, for the Video Capture Device, set to "Monitor and Output"; You can now hear the audio going through the device through the PC speakers/Monitor/Headphones/etc.
15- Look up on YouTube for more advanced operation tutorials; By default videos save as MKV files into the "My Videos" or "Videos" folder on Windows PCs -you can certainly change the drop folder if you have other partitions or drives on your PC setup.
The picture gets really funky if the camera is set to 4k, but works as expected when in 1080p mode.