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Hauppauge HD PVR Rocket Portable HD Game Recorder

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Hauppauge HD PVR Rocket Portable HD Game Recorder

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Product Highlights

  • Pocket Sized/Stand Alone/Video Recorder
  • Record Xbox, PlayStation, and PC Games
  • USB Powered for Portable Recording
  • Easily Upload Recorded Video to YouTube
  • No Delay HDMI Pass Through
  • Integrated Audio Mixer
  • Integrated 3.5 mm Microphone Jack
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You Pay: $135.99

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The HD PVR Rocket Portable HD Game Recorder from Hauppauge is a personal HD video recorder designed to be taken with you on the go. Simply plug this bus-powered device directly into your Xbox, PlayStation, or PC and begin recording your in game footage in at resolutions up to 1080p30. This recorded footage can be saved to a variety of storage devices including thumb drives varying in capacities from 1GB to 32GB and self powered external hard disc drives supporting data transfer rates of at least 2.5Mbytes/sec.

The HD PVR also comes complete with an integrated audio input jack allowing you to plug in both powered and unpowered microphones. With the microphone inserted into the HD PVR you then have the ability to provide commentary as you record your game footage.

Record Game Commentary
HD PVR Rocket has a built-in audio mixer, so you can record game commentary while you record your video game play.
Share Directly to YouTube
Once you have made your recordings, you can share them with your friends on YouTube.
HD Audio and Video Quality
HD PVR Rocket records at resolutions up to 1080p30 using H.264 video compression. The H.264 format is used by Blu-ray discs and exceeds other video compression standards in quality and disk space consumption, providing a crisp image and enhanced digital sound. H.264 uses 1/3 the disk space compared with the popular MPEG-2 format.
Connect to Your PC and Use Hauppauge Capture
You can also connect the HD PVR Rocket to your PC. Use the Hauppauge Capture application to record game play, trim your videos, and upload them to YouTube.
HD PVR Rocket for PC Gamers
The video compression is done inside the HD PVR Rocket so you can record your PC game play in HD without slowing down your PC. Simply plug in the HDMI out from your PC gaming system into the HD PVR 2, and then connect the HD PVR Rocket to your TV or monitor.
Hardware Encoder H.264 AVCH high definition video encoder
Video encode up to 1080p30 from HDMI or component video
HDMI Pass-Through HDMI or component in to HDMI out
Recording Datarate 1 to 18 Mbits/sec
Recording Formats MP4 in standalone mode
TS in PC connected mode
USB Thumb Drive Compatibility USB 2.0 / USB 3.0
Compatible Storage 1 GB to 32 GB
Minimum Transfer Rate 2.5 Mbytes/sec
External Hard Disc Compatibility Any self powered external storage drive with at least 2.5Mbytes/sec transfer rate
Audio Mixer Mixes game audio with microphone audio
Supports both powered and unpowered microphones
Microphone volume adjust, +20db boost and mute
Input/Output Connections HDMI from Xbox, PC game systems or other HDMI sources with HDCP
Component video in from PS3 with stereo audio
3.5 mm microphone jack
USB thumb drive connector
HDMI output
Power 5 V @ 0.9 amps
Dimensions 4.75 x 3.50 x 1.50" / 120.7 x 88.9 x 38.1 mm
Weight 4.6 oz / 130.4 g
Hauppauge HD PVR Rocket Portable HD Game Recorder
  • USB Power Cable with Y for Connecting to Game Consoles or for PCs
  • 6.6' / 2.0 m HDMI Cable to Connect to Your TV Monitor
  • Component Video Cable with Hauppauge A/V Adapter Cable to Connect to a PS3
  • Limited 2-Year Manufacturer Warranty
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