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Elgato – Game Capture HD60 S – Review and Test

I want to thank Elgato for sending me a device to test early and only wanting feedback in exchange. All expressed opinions below are my own. Review The Elgato HD60 S is an external capture card to grab Video and Audio Input of a HDMI Source (without HDCP). This can be a Console, Computer or Camera for example. Resolutions up to 1920×1080...

Elgato – Game Capture HD60 Pro – Review and Test

I want to thank Elgato for sending me a device to test early and only wanting feedback in exchange. All expressed opinions below are my own. Review The Elgato HD60 Pro is an internal video capture card to grab HDMI Material (without HDCP) of a Console, Computer or Camera for example. Resolutions up to 1920×1080 with 60hz and recording at...

How to use QuickSync?

In this Guide I will quickly explain how to activate and setup everything to use QuickSync. OBS will be used as the example streaming software, but the Guide can also be applied to other programs that can use QuickSync. If you are not sure what QuickSync is, check this article. And now let us first of all check if QuickSync...

What kind of Video Splitter or Switch should I get?

Sometimes you might want to get one Video Source to several Outputs or several Video Sources to one Output. Splitter: A splitter takes one input signal and sends it to X available outputs, for example 1×2 or 1×4 or even more. -> Connect a console to your TV and Capture Card Switch: A switch allows you to get X inputs...