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elgato Game Capture HD60 usually 149.99 down to £114.99 @ Amazon

£114.99 @ Amazon
been looking to grab one of these missed out on the sub 100 deal around christmas seemed good for 35£ off? Read More
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been looking to grab one of these missed out on the sub 100 deal around christmas seemed good for 35£ off?
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Game capture device.
#2
Great bit of kit when you have it set up but not a simple thing to do. You need to YouTube how to do it or you won't be able to sync the sound and the action.
#3
Maplin same price for anyone who has a local store for click and collect, also free delivery available on £10+ items here

Edited By: infin8tygamer on Mar 08, 2017 10:29
#4
Is there any point to these now that PS4/XBone have their own built-in capture, edit and sharing interfaces?
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stevenjameshyde
Is there any point to these now that PS4/XBone have their own built-in capture, edit and sharing interfaces?

This isn't just for PS4 fanboys, can be used for all sorts of other video capture such as Phones/Tablets/PCs etc.
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stevenjameshyde
Is there any point to these now that PS4/XBone have their own built-in capture, edit and sharing interfaces?
I looked into doing streaming and video creation from home and wondered the same thing. Apparently the quality and functionality of the game capture devices far exceeds the built-in PS4/Xbone sharing options.

Have a look around on Google and there's loads of articles about it. Unfortunately, the main things that have put me off is the price and lack of time. But general consensus seems to point towards getting a separate capture device if you're looking to do a lot of streaming/capturing of gameplay to put online.
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LankySi
stevenjameshyde
Is there any point to these now that PS4/XBone have their own built-in capture, edit and sharing interfaces?
I looked into doing streaming and video creation from home and wondered the same thing. Apparently the quality and functionality of the game capture devices far exceeds the built-in PS4/Xbone sharing options.
Have a look around on Google and there's loads of articles about it. Unfortunately, the main things that have put me off is the price and lack of time. But general consensus seems to point towards getting a separate capture device if you're looking to do a lot of streaming/capturing of gameplay to put online.
Very useful, thanks :)
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stevenjameshyde
Is there any point to these now that PS4/XBone have their own built-in capture, edit and sharing interfaces?

The PS4 records something like 15 minutes and the XB1 only around 30 seconds! I've watched my son painstakingly piece together XB1 footage later in an online editor before uploading to YT. These devices record for a lot longer so seem to be good for a continuous footage stream, hence those videos that offer 'the first 40 minutes of gamplay of X game'.
#9
I got mine for £85-£90 a year and a bit ago
Did the price go up?
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Covert.Recon
stevenjameshyde
Is there any point to these now that PS4/XBone have their own built-in capture, edit and sharing interfaces?

The PS4 records something like 15 minutes and the XB1 only around 30 seconds! I've watched my son painstakingly piece together XB1 footage later in an online editor before uploading to YT. These devices record for a lot longer so seem to be good for a continuous footage stream, hence those videos that offer 'the first 40 minutes of gamplay of X game'.


PS4 now records upto 60 minutes. Xbox is 5 minutes. Both only record in 720p which is the bummer for me.
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Covert.Recon
stevenjameshyde
Is there any point to these now that PS4/XBone have their own built-in capture, edit and sharing interfaces?

The PS4 records something like 15 minutes and the XB1 only around 30 seconds! I've watched my son painstakingly piece together XB1 footage later in an online editor before uploading to YT. These devices record for a lot longer so seem to be good for a continuous footage stream, hence those videos that offer 'the first 40 minutes of gamplay of X game'.


done this myself mutiple times it destroyed my soul honestly piecing together several pieces of gameplay then for the output to look like complete garbage quality, awful stuff
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orangebastage
Covert.Recon
stevenjameshyde
Is there any point to these now that PS4/XBone have their own built-in capture, edit and sharing interfaces?
The PS4 records something like 15 minutes and the XB1 only around 30 seconds! I've watched my son painstakingly piece together XB1 footage later in an online editor before uploading to YT. These devices record for a lot longer so seem to be good for a continuous footage stream, hence those videos that offer 'the first 40 minutes of gamplay of X game'.
PS4 now records upto 60 minutes. Xbox is 5 minutes. Both only record in 720p which is the bummer for me.

Is there a way of changing those time limits? I've recorded on both in the last week and they were still 15 minutes and 30 seconds respectively.
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Covert.Recon
stevenjameshyde
Is there any point to these now that PS4/XBone have their own built-in capture, edit and sharing interfaces?
The PS4 records something like 15 minutes and the XB1 only around 30 seconds! I've watched my son painstakingly piece together XB1 footage later in an online editor before uploading to YT. These devices record for a lot longer so seem to be good for a continuous footage stream, hence those videos that offer 'the first 40 minutes of gamplay of X game'.

Xbox One Records 5 mins max, so these are handy if you don't want to constantly activate a recording and just edit afterwards more casually.

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