AVerMedia Game Capture HD II C285 1080P In Game Capture No PC Required
Epic moments are worthwhile to be remembered: a legendary match, a turnover battle, or a funny speed run. Game Capture HD II is the best ConsoleMate that helps you collect and share in-game scenes. Simply connect it to your game console and the HDTV, and recording 1080p gameplay is just one press away. Guess what, you don’t even need a PC for that!
Game & Record in 1080p
Game Capture HD II supports both HDMI and component connections, which work with Xbox One and 360, PlayStation3 and 4, and Wii U. Its HDMI video pass-thru guarantees you the full HD gaming experience. With Game Capture HD II, you can pause and resume while recording if you decide to skip a few footages. For those who want to preserve a specific moment, just take a snapshot while gaming or playing back.
Simply plug in the microphone and put on the headphone, you can add live commentary when recording the gameplay! Game Capture HD II lets you adjust the voice volume before start recording. It surely saves you from the hassle of post-production.
Multi-trim a Video Clip
Imagine editing the videos without a computer! Game Capture HD II comes with built-in video editor, allowing multiple video trimming directly on your TV. All you have to do is select and remove unwanted parts from a clip. Video editing can never be easier. Features Input - HDMI, 3.5mm Audio, Component
Output - HDMI, 3.5mm Audio
Storage - USB Port: USB 2.0/ 3.0 Hard Drive*, SATA Slot: 2.5" SATA Hard Drive* (9.5mm/7mm height) (* Not included. NTFS format is required)
Network - Ethernet LAN
Record Resolution - 480i, 480p, 576i, 576p, 1080i, 1080p (Max: [email protected])
Pass-through - 480i, 480p, 576i, 576p, 1080i, 1080p (Max: [email protected])
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