Elgato’s latest game capture hardware, the Game Capture HD 60 Pro, will make its debut at TwitchCon this weekend. Unlike Elgato’s other capture devices, the HD60 Pro will be an actual PC card, so it is exclusive to PCs and can’t be used with consoles. Although the press release does mention that you can stream “Xbox, Playstation, and Wii U” gameplay with it, so the message is a bit confusing. I’m sure the PC master race will figure it out.
The HD60 Pro is now available for $199.95, and will offer some of the lowest latency for a capture device thanks to its PCIe interface. You can order yours today from Amazon, and if you do it quick enough you could even get it by tomorrow! You can also check out more of the technical details below.
About the Elgato Game Capture HD60 Pro
Instant Gameview & Master Copy
Utilizing the card’s high speed interface and advanced H.264 hardware encoder, Game Capture HD60 Pro combines 1080p60 streaming capabilities with simultaneous recording at up to 60 Mbps. The new Instant Gameview feature delivers video directly to your preview screen with superior low latency technology, ensuring that in game video is perfectly in sync with your webcam reactions and audio commentary. Thanks to Master Copy, you can stream and record at the same time without compromising on the quality of your broadcast or recorded footage. Even while streaming live in 720p60 quality you can save a full resolution 1080p60 recording, with separate tracks of your webcam and live commentary.
Game Capture 3.0 Software Public Beta
The upcoming Game Capture 3.0 software makes it easy for live streamers to entertain their audiences with even more engaging content. The Stream Command editor introduces support for webpage overlays and chroma key, enabling you to create streams that look smooth and professional with just a few clicks. The Public Beta can be downloaded for Windows today. It is available in 32-bit and 64-bit versions that can be installed in parallel.
What’s in the Box & Requirements
Game Capture HD60 Pro comes with an HDMI cable (2 m, 78.8 in) and a high and low profile bracket. Required is a PC with Windows 7 SP1 (or later), a 2nd generation Intel Core i5 CPU (i5-2xxx or comparable), a PCIe x1/x4/x8/x16 slot, 4GB RAM, and an internet connection. Stream Command requires a 2nd generation Intel Core i7 CPU (i7-2xxx or comparable).
Elgato has also released a public beta for its Game Capture Software, so you can download the 3.0 version now if you want to test it out.
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