HDCAP07 HDMI to USB3.0 Video Capture Device w/ MIC Input
- Turn your computer into a high-definition HDMI video recorder
This HDMI to USB video capture device lets you record HDMI video to your USB3.0 computer. For hassle-free recording, you can install the HDMI capture device by simply connecting it to your computer. The capture device features USB Video Class (UVC), a video capture standard that's natively supported by Windows® and Linux®. Unlike other capture devices that require proprietary driver installation, UVC based capture devices install automatically for a truly plug-and-play solution. Also, with this capture device you're not limited to the included software. You can use any third-party software that uses UVC compatible frameworks such as Quicktime or DirectShow®.
Record 1080p video at 60fps (frames per second), to save your content so it can be shared, stored, or edited. Capture meetings, presentations, conference calls and from security equipment directly to your computer.Stream your video over the internet using Twitch™ or other third-party video streaming platforms. With the included software or your own third-party UVC compatible software like Open Broadcaster Software (OBS), you can live broadcast video over the internet using Twitch or other third-party video streaming platforms.
■ Record video for training and tutorial purposes from devices that output HDMI
■ Great for video producers that may have a camera connected directly to the capture device
■ Great for recording the output from your PC, server, or POS station
■ Add your own independent audio source for voice-over commentary
■ Includes a USB-A and USB-C cable for connection to any Mac or PC host
■ Seamless picture quality with USB 3.0 bandwidth enabling you to capture 1080p video at 60fps
■ Wide device playback support with universally encoded video files
■ Raw/lossless video capture ensuring DirectShow™ compatibility on Windows devices
■ Separate 3.5 mm audio input, for adding voice commentary or audio tracks
■ Features an HDMI pass-through port, for watching the video as it is captured
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