AVerMedia Game Broadcaster HD Video Capture Card

AVerMedia Game Broadcaster HD Video Capture Card

AVerMedia Game Broadcaster HD Video Capture Card

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AVerMedia Game Broadcaster HD Video Capture Card

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Product Highlights

  • Real-Time HD 1080p H.264 Recording
  • Live Preview & TimeShifting
  • Capture HD Gameplay up to 1080p
  • Designed for Console & PC Games
  • HDMI, Component & VGA Inputs
  • PCIe Interface
  • Supports VESA Resolution
  • Auto-Resolution Detection
  • 3D Video Source Playback
  • Works w/ Adobe Flash Media Live Encoder
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The Game Broadcaster HD Video Capture Card from AVerMedia is a 1080p HD video capture card dedicatedly designed for video and PC games. It allows you to stream your gameplay. The capture card with 4:2:2 color resolution capability grasps every minute detail. It covers a variety of gaming video requirements too.

If you're a hardcore Xbox 360, PS3 and PC gamer, the Game Broadcaster HD is a perfect achieve your in-game footages. It meets your needs with the on-board VGA and HDMI inputs. The included component to VGA cable eliminates the need of preserving the games. Additionally, this HD card supports various graphic card resolutions and allows you to capture the most detailed activities in a virtual battlefield on another PC.

The bundled AVer MediaCenter 3D software can record your 1080p HD gameplay into the high compression ratio H.264 format. This gives you three times storage capacity than MPEG2 format. The Game Broadcaster HD is DirectShow compatible, which means you can broadcast your live gameplay online via various video streaming software, such as Adobe Flash Media Live Encoder and Xsplit.

Note: Capturing HD content with HDCP (High-Bandwidth Digital Content Protection) is not supported.

Real-Time HD 1080p H.264 Recording
The latest high compression technology preserves your gameplay in the most HDD-efficient way.
Live Preview and TimeShifting
It allows you to switch between different input sources. Additionally, it allows you to pause or rewind the video.
The Game Broadcaster HD captures HD gameplay up to 1080p.
It is specifically designed for console and PC games.
The Game Broadcaster HD features VGA, component and HDMI inputs that increase flexibility.
Its PCIe interface ensures fast response and high quality capture.
The Game Broadcaster HD features live streaming of gameplay.
It supports VESA resolution and various recording formats.
The Game Broadcaster HD can record on-screen activities of another PC.
It features auto-resolution detection.
It supports 3D video source playback.
In the Box
AVerMedia Game Broadcaster HD Video Capture Card
  • Component to VGA Cable
  • RCA to 0.14" (3.5 mm) Audio Cable
  • 0.14" (3.5 mm) Audio Cable
  • Low Profile Bracket
  • Installation CD
  • Quick Installation Guide
  • 1 Year Warranty
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    Specifications
    Input Signal • VGA (D-sub)/component
    • HDMI
    System Requirements • For SD Video Capturing (MPEG-2 format)
    - Intel Core 2 Duo Processor E4300 1.8 GHz
    - AMD Athlon 64x2 Dual Core 2.0 GHz
    • For HD Video Real-Time Capturing (MPEG-2 format)
    - Intel Core 2 Duo 2.4 GHz
    - AMD Athlon 64x2 Dual Core 2.8 GHz
    • For HD Video Real-Time Capturing (H.264 format)
    - Intel Core i5 750 or AMD equivalent
    • VGA card with support for DirectX 9.0c or above*
    • 512 MB RAM**
    • PCIe slot
    • Sound card
    • Windows 7/Vista/XP (32/64-bit)

    *Standalone graphics card is recommended for HD video capturing
    **2 GB RAM is recommended for HD video capturing

    Dimensions Not specified by the manufacturer
    Weight 4.4 oz (126 g)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 1.0 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 9.9 x 7.3 x 2.8"

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