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Elgato Cam Link 4K - Broadcast live and record via DSLR 89.99 at Amazon
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Posted 9th MayPosted 9th May
Things are getting back to a more reasonable price now.. including this which was around £120 at the during lockdown. With Cam Link 4K, easily connect your DSLR, camcorder or act… Read more
polarbaba

These 10 quid ones are basically usb 2 , 1080p at 30hz capture. If that's what you want, then that's fine.

Smudge

Get one of the £10 ones off aliexpress, works simpler cheaper and no difference to Elgato stuff I had before

SampleX

"Back to a more reasonable price?" This is a DISCOUNT price. The full price is perfectly reasonable for the quality and functionality of the equipment in the box. £89.99 is not the 'normal' price that this product has suddenly reverted to after 'Covid'... This is not a restoration of normality anywhere except in a parallel universe. The product has a recommended retail price and those of us who bought one or more of these direct from authorised retailers paying that same retail price were neither disappointed nor felt cheated. The reality is that many people paid far more than retail price because the supply lagged considerably behind demand and as with most things, people prepared to pay more paid more. I bought these from Scan on pre-orders over a year ago at retail price. I bought one of the HD60 S+ on Amazon at the same time, also at retail price. Enjoy the discount everyone. Once the excess stock is sold off the price will return to normal retail price.

Noveed

Great product! Got it around £130 when the first lockdown began, helped me use my GoPro as a webcam for work.

rpdmallett

I’ve been using this one for quite a while now. Handles up to 4k30 HDCP 1.4 and has mono sound. Everything gets down scaled to 1080p30 and you do get some dropped frames but for under £10 you really can’t complain. TenYua Mini Video Capture Card USB 2.0 HDMI Video Grabber Record Box for PS4 Game DVD Camcorder HD Camera Recording Live Streaming smile.amazon.co.uk/dp/B089LMLBZM Edit: it basically appears to your computer as a webcam.

Elgato Wave:3, Premium USB Condenser Microphone and Digital Mixing Solution £117.99 @ Amazon
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Posted 3rd AprPosted 3rd Apr
Microphone prices seem to finally be getting back to normal after the working from home and streaming boom. This is about as good as USB mic's get and is bundled with excellent mix… Read more
dopeman

Great mic. Never used any other proper mic like this but it's USB C, has all the features most people would want, and the capacitive mute is a dream. This price is a steal

EmptyArea

Yes, never seems worth it. Either too much to get stuck in one shop or too little to bother.

ecosse87

Refunds are always to the original payment method to avoid fraud and money laundering. I'm hesitant to use them too for the same reason, you could be left with a voucher you don't want if product isn't shipped or needs refunded.

limpduck

they tend to only refund via vouchers. Also this is by far the best usb mic you can get, and the software is excellent

EmptyArea

Sorry for the OT, but what's the typical returns policy on stuff bought with vouchers. I always see I could save a few % at Curry's etc. but always think I'd hate to be stuck with vouchers and limited to one shop if I wanted to change my mind. I assume they don't refund stuff bought with vouchers in cash.

Elgato Stream Deck (15 key version) £135 Delivered using code @ Currys / PC World
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Posted 8th MarPosted 8th Mar
Elgato Stream Deck (15 key version) £135 Delivered using code @ Currys / PC World£135£1404% offCurrys PC World Deals
Thanks to the code you can save £5 and make this the cheapest currently for the 15 key Stream Deck by Elgato. Use the code FNDDGAMING at checkout. 15 LCD keys: tap to switch … Read more
gavin1

Yes each PC needs its own hardware encoder, its not something built into video cards. I suppose some may allow you to do a few encodings in box, (ie 2 inputs, 2 output stream, and two outputs to the players monitors so each is a separate encoder, but they are in the same metal box) and if you talking competitive you need to ensure the encoders are fast enough to avoid any lag too.. They all "connect" via ethernet and send out streams, anyone with the right stream address and (if you implement them username/passwords) can watch them. Its very like TV , one sender can have many recipients (subject to what limits you set) but it makes no odds to the speed if there is one viewer or 100, they all get that stream Honestly that's where my relevant experience ends.. While I understand the way to do it, and I use it for cctv cameras, my use case is to people counting to and leaving beer festivals so we can know our capacity. The camera encodes and sends out the stream, and I use a laptop to both receive and do video analytics on the stream. If we lose a few frames here and there, and something is lagging its not a problem to me, but that probably isn't your use case.

chaank

And Liquid cool it?

jg213

It would be competitive gaming. So, the hardware encoders would be needed for each PC to output the RTMP stream from each PC? they will then need to be connected to the "streaming" PC with another sort of encoder or mixer? You wouldn't happen to have any suggestions to the types of hardware items that would be needed for live streaming an eSports event and switching PCs.

gavin1

arijaz pretty much covered it if you have access to all the systems to get the stream from. You need to install / run some hardware / software that allows you to send out the RTMP stream form each Machine, and then set up the recieving machine to have all the streams as possible sources, and you cut between them, kinda like changing channels on a TV. As to if you want hardware or software it depends on budget and setup. If its really competative gaming you probably don't want to install anything that may slow down the gaming systems, so you need an external hardware encoder so there nothing to slow the PC down. Each gaming sysytem will need its own device, less competative and you may be able to get away with a software package on each PC that does the work and sends it out of the computers ethernet port say something like OBS, BUT you need to chack carefully if this impacts the PC gaming performace. If you meant that you watching a set of streams that are coming from somewhere else and you have no way to set up any hardware / software, then it depends on what the e-sports service provides. If they supply all the streams and you want to swap between them, then this could work, you'd assign each stream's URL to a button, and be able to flip between them easiy rather than having to re-type a URL but its not really that seamless.

Besford

I want one! What is it? (confused)

ELGATO HD60 Pro PCIe Game Capture Card £98.42 with code PACK10 (£92.97 for Nectar card holders with NECTAR15) @ ebay / currys_clearance
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Posted 3rd MarPosted 3rd Mar
ELGATO HD60 Pro PCIe Game Capture Card £98.42 with code PACK10 (£92.97 for Nectar card holders with NECTAR15) @ ebay / currys_clearance£98.42£16038% off Free P&P FreeeBay Deals
If you need 4K that was my last post. Steal at this price.
booja

@MThommmo I reported it and thankfully the comment was removed.

MK_Nath

Weird comment.

MThommmo

I’m sorry but what’s the point in this comment? This is a great device for Streaming, not necessarily just for gamers either. (y)

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ELGATO 4K60 Pro MK.2 Game Capture Card - Damaged Box - £147.26 with code delivered @ currys_clearance / eBay
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Posted 3rd MarPosted 3rd Mar
ELGATO 4K60 Pro MK.2 Game Capture Card - Damaged Box - £147.26 with code delivered @ currys_clearance / eBay£147.26£173.2515% off Free P&P FreeeBay Deals
Alternative code: NECTAR15 New Other • When an item is listed as "New Other" it means the product is new and unused, with absolutely no signs of wear • Products listed as "New Oth… Read more
JerryJacksonsGhost

Have to say I'm really, really impressed. I went straight to my 1080p/60 stress test with MiSTer, most capture devices choke with MiSTer using optimal 1080p settings as cores can have arbitrary refresh rates that make it difficult to lock on to. The HD 60 S Pro was always a no go, it would either never lock on to the signal, go out of sync or eventually you'd get sound popping/hitching. This thing however, none of that. It's practically flawless. There's even very little in the way of banding or colour fringing considering the price of the device. There's even not a great deal of latency, I could quite happily play games from the OBS capture, it wasn't ideal but if I'd have to guess I'd say there's only about 40ms~ of delay there. Here are some high bitrate captures: Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island - Intro & Title Screen Rocket Knight Adventures - First Stage Gameplay Streets of Rage 2 - Intro & First Stage Gameplay Sonic 3 & Knuckles - First Stage Gameplay

forcedv

Fab.. thank you (y)

rprp

https://obsproject.com/ You can stream to RTSP, or save to file, or do pretty much anything you can dream of relating to video and audio streams

superpawel11

Ahh I see, Thanks! I completely missed the point.

forcedv

You said you use these to stream but I'd like to try capturing at 1080. I'm guessing this "test mode version" will not come with software. Do you have a link to software you'd recommend (preferably free but capable)?

Elgato HD60 S Capture Card - 1080p 60 Capture, Zero-Lag Passthrough £97.99 @ Amazon
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Posted 18th FebPosted 18th Feb
Elgato HD60 S Capture Card - 1080p 60 Capture, Zero-Lag Passthrough £97.99 @ Amazon£97.99 Free P&P FreeAmazon Deals
Lowest I've seen it before now is £99.98 and this has been back up to £130-150 recently so quite a drop if you're after one. Bit of a delay on delivery though... Check you're happ… Read more
sHAYM4N

Thanks yeah I already have a streamdeck & a wave mic that I use for work and theyre decent kit. My consoles are in the back room though, so too far for my PC to worth bothering with. Do have a laptop on order I thought may be worthwhile trying to stream from using one of these, but its pretty low spec (4300U 8GB) so may not be enough with OBS. For the odd bit of footage I have wanted as a capture I've just uploaded to youtube as private then downloaded onto my PC, but I know its not an ideal solution & the quality wouldnt be so good. £100 though for limiting a console to 1080p just seems a bit archaic now in 2021. £190 for the S+ seems way overpriced. £40 cards on amazon probably worth a shot first in my case

italkapple

PS5 you can’t put your content on to external HDD (a dedicated hard drive for capturing) which is annoying. Because of that reason I don’t capture on my PS5 and only capture on my XSX. You can absolutely get cheaper capture cards, I did read on Reddit many people have had success. - However I will be honest, elgato is the way to go; for ease of compatibly etc. What is annoying though, I have a new M1 Mac; Elgato isn’t fully supported yet on M1. If you’re a Mac user bare that in mind

sHAYM4N

Thanks yeah, PS5 is the same, only thing it doesn't offer is Facebook Streaming & party chat is never broadcast (no matter what settings are enabled). These cards seem like an expensive workaround to me, are some cheaper amazon cards at £40-50 that maybe enough so just looking through those atm.

italkapple

Xbox series have this enabled by default. You don’t need this device, plug in an external hard drive. Change your capture settings to go go external and record up to 60 mins per clip to your HDD

sHAYM4N

Still seems crazy to me that we need these things for consoles and they are so highly priced. I know it frees up your GPU a little but in terms of Shadowplay on nvidia I don't tend to notice much difference in peformance (even on my ageing 980ti) You'd think with the new consoles it would be the same. My PS5 only streams to Twitch/Youtube and although it advertises party chat it has NEVER worked for me (even with the other members making sure broadcasting settings were allowed). Performance wise never see an issue though when it is streaming. Was tempted to go for something like this and hook it up to a little laptop I have on order. Even with this I've lost interest though if I have to play at 1080p. £190 for the S+ is just beyond what Im willing to spend for something that I really think should be enabled in consoles now for all the platforms.