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Used Like New Elgato Game Capture HD60 S - Stream and Record in 1080p60, for PlayStation 4, Xbox One & Xbox 360 by Corsair £78.70 @ Amazon
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Used Like New Elgato Game Capture HD60 S - Stream and Record in 1080p60, for PlayStation 4, Xbox One & Xbox 360 by Corsair £78.70 @ Amazon

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Posted 30th Nov 2019Edited by:"1096ha"

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You know the deal - buy the used one from Amazon and get 20% off AT CHECKOUT. I went for the 'Like New' option and got a brand new sealed one.

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I bought this May last year. "like new" was brand new and sealed. Packaging slightly damaged. I think £98 I think. - Good device. if you use it for xbox though, just buy an external HDD. plug that in and change your record time and storage location to external and 1 hour. full HD clips and 1 hour of gameplay with no hassle!
Edited by: "italkapple" 30th Nov 2019
£98 again
italkapple30/11/2019 16:49

I bought this May last year. "like new" was brand new and sealed. …I bought this May last year. "like new" was brand new and sealed. Packaging slightly damaged. I think £98 I think. - Good device. if you use it for xbox though, just buy an external HDD. plug that in and change your record time and storage location to external and 1 hour. full HD clips and 1 hour of gameplay with no hassle!


Same
I ordered a warehouse and it came brand new
OnetimePadwah30/11/2019 16:57

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First off, that's not Currys. They have it listed at £110. That's a seller with 0 feedback and the deal seems too good to be true.
Edited by: "SyedMusaGilani" 30th Nov 2019
DanHive30/11/2019 16:51

£98 again


This shows people are just thick. OP even said AT CHECKOUT you get 20% off listed price...
italkapple30/11/2019 16:49

I bought this May last year. "like new" was brand new and sealed. …I bought this May last year. "like new" was brand new and sealed. Packaging slightly damaged. I think £98 I think. - Good device. if you use it for xbox though, just buy an external HDD. plug that in and change your record time and storage location to external and 1 hour. full HD clips and 1 hour of gameplay with no hassle!


Are you saying don't bother with the Elgato and just do the steps instead? or get the Elgato and also do the steps?
OnetimePadwah30/11/2019 17:02

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The smallest external drive should be able to record 1080p for an hour. Just get a 100GB and you will be fine.
italkapple30/11/2019 17:00

This shows people are just thick. OP even said AT CHECKOUT you get 20% off …This shows people are just thick. OP even said AT CHECKOUT you get 20% off listed price...


You're right

Bought and heat added. Cheers
prynolfc30/11/2019 17:08

Are you saying don't bother with the Elgato and just do the steps instead? …Are you saying don't bother with the Elgato and just do the steps instead? or get the Elgato and also do the steps?


If you're only going to use it to record Xbox One / One X content, don't buy it. Get yourself a 4TB HDD instead and store hundreds of hours of content on there.

Remember, the Elgato works with LOADS of other devices. - Mine however, does live in its box upstairs...used 4 times... the reason why I only used it 4 times, you will have to resync your audio and video since there is a delay between both. Can be quite difficult with lip sync as EG. - I used FXPC to do this and it did work out fine, however the time you have to put in to learning the time vs what you get out of it. Not worth it. If you think you're going to be the next "BIG YOUTUBER/Mixer celeb" do it. If not, skip it.
Does this capture your gameplay perfectly smoothly?

I got the Razor Ripsaw HD that was on here the other day and it isn't very smooth at all for me.

Even though it is in 1080p and 60fps on my PC the ball 'wobbles' when I capture any football or tennis gameplay.

It looks pretty horrible tbh. Does anyone know what the problem could be?

Dunno whether to try this one
OnetimePadwah30/11/2019 17:02

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It doesn't say mate. But I only use a 1TB for video and 4TB for games on the xbox X. Video sizes are bigger on a one X but I haven't had any messages saying its near to being full. I started it last xmas. I have around 700GB of videos on mine.
ianbeany30/11/2019 17:32

Does this capture your gameplay perfectly smoothly?I got the Razor Ripsaw …Does this capture your gameplay perfectly smoothly?I got the Razor Ripsaw HD that was on here the other day and it isn't very smooth at all for me.Even though it is in 1080p and 60fps on my PC the ball 'wobbles' when I capture any football or tennis gameplay.It looks pretty horrible tbh. Does anyone know what the problem could be?Dunno whether to try this one


I would go for it as I have bought for xbox streaming. Seems to boss reviews for jitter free captures. Amazon always no quibble on warehouse purchase returns for me so should be no problem if issue. Check your computer specs against their site tho to be sure.
Mine arrived this morning. Brand new still sealed.
DanHive01/12/2019 12:44

Mine arrived this morning. Brand new still sealed.


Nice! I got 'Like New' headphones and mouse and they were sealed too!
Mine arrived today, brand new and sealed! Cheers op!
OnetimePadwah30/11/2019 17:02

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As the encoding is done on the PC (make sure your PC meets the requirements!), you can balance quality and filesize as needed. 1 hour of footage will take up roughly 450MB per 1Mbps of bitrate. For 1080p60 I'd aim for at least 20 Mbps, meaning 9 GB of disk space per hour. (For comparison, a typical Twitch stream is only 6 Mbps).

Also note you can't play in 4K/HDR when using this device, for that you'd need the newer HD60S+.
BridgeSalesman01/12/2019 21:54

As the encoding is done on the PC (make sure your PC meets the …As the encoding is done on the PC (make sure your PC meets the requirements!), you can balance quality and filesize as needed. 1 hour of footage will take up roughly 450MB per 1Mbps of bitrate. For 1080p60 I'd aim for at least 20 Mbps, meaning 9 GB of disk space per hour. (For comparison, a typical Twitch stream is only 6 Mbps).Also note you can't play in 4K/HDR when using this device, for that you'd need the newer HD60S+.


He meant the built in Xbox dvr feature
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