Avermedia LGP Lite, Capture/Stream your HD gameplay, 1080p, USB 2.0

Avermedia GL310 LGP Lite, Capture/Stream your HD gameplay, 1080p, USB 2.0

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Product Overview LGP Lite is a USB 2.0 box that captures and streams your HD gameplay up to 1080p. Succeed from Live Gamer Portable (LGP), LGP Lite eliminates the PC-Free mode for those of who prefer working with a PC or laptop. Just like the LGP, this capture device comes with H.264 hardware encoder, which delivers lower CPU usage and smaller file size even for full HD footages, not to mention the file format is super easy to work with for post-editing and uploading. This capture box acquires HD footage via the HDMI connection and guarantees a smooth HD gaming experience with its pass-thru function. In addition, the on-board hot button is also kept for quick recording and streaming with just 1-click. On top of that, it can be directly connected to streaming platforms; you can even add live commentary when streaming up. Sharing your legendary matches could never be simpler.

Flexible
LGP Lite adopts USB interface and works perfectly with a tower PC or laptop. With the support for a wide range of resolutions and its HDMI and component inputs, Live Gamer Portable provides flexible connectivity for various gaming platforms, and allows you to record or stream the gaming footage of your Xbox One/ 360, PlayStation 4*, Wii U and even the gaming PC.
*PS4’s game recording over HDMI is available only when Sony releases an update that allows unencrypted HDMI output for games.





Performance
With the advanced H.264 hardware encoding technology, LGP Lite takes care of the HD video processing and avoids CPU overload. The hardware encoder also guarantees stable frame rates when you game, record or even stream. The LGP Lite certainly brings smooth gaming and viewing experiences without frame dropping or choppy games.





Efficiency
LGP Lite requires low CPU usage, which lets your PC focus on the game without being distracted by video-processing tasks. The MP4/H.264 format generates smaller files even for 1080p footages, and is super easy to work with mainstream post-editing software. It no longer takes a long time to upload or transcode the footage you want to share.





Instantly Share
For those who love to share, LGP Lite generates sharp footages that are ready to be posted to social networks. In addition, AVerMedia's exclusive RECentral software provides intuitive settings for live streaming and quick connection to popular streaming platforms. It is capable of broadcasting live gameplay to YouTube Live, TwitchTV and Ustream directly with your own account, and even allows custom RTMP settings!





Voice Commentary
The RECentral software preserves not only your epic gameplay, but also the live commentary. It lets you trigger the voice commentary with a simple hotkey or a push-to-talk option. The voice file can be saved separately for post-production, or be streamed out with live gameplay over the Internet. Plus RECentral's convenient connection to streaming platforms, LGP Lite surely makes voicing yourself easier than ever.



Features Hot Button & LED Indicator
Sharing your gameplay with LGP Lite cannot be easier. With just one press on the Hot Button, the recording or streaming starts in no time. The Hot Button also serves as an on-board LED indicator, the color of illumination and the lighting frequency help you know the working status with a single glance.





TimeShift
With the TimeShift function, you can easily jump back to any footage where you want to start recording. Missing outstanding footage will not happen again.



Specifications
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Details
Duration:
12 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
7 days
RTB Period:
12 months
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Rated 3 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Not exactly a great solution I bought this with the intention of using the new driver with the ability to record and stream with OBS software. After many hours of frustration, all I did was alternate between terrible audio delay and/or terrible audio quality. In the end I bought a proper capture card that works nearly flawlessly once set up. 29 March 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Quality at a great price For the money this a quality capture device. Easy to use software makes it an all round brilliant bit of kit. 21 March 2015
Rated 3 out of 5 by Excellent Hardware I purchased this due to wanting to record some Destiny gameplay from my Xbox One and possibly some other games, and it works but has some issues. It was extemely easy to set up, once I dug out a spare HDMI lead so if you decide to buy one make sure you have an additional HDMI lead. Connected the unit to the laptop and installed the software from Avermedia's site and that went all smoothly, and is quite easy to understand and set up for what you want to do although it could be easier for people who are not use to recording software. You can probably find a decent video on youtube for how to set it up. I only have two issues: 1: Videos are quite dark and need to be ran through some editing software to brighten them up. 2: Videos need to be ran through Handbrake before going through any other software, to lock the frame rate at 30fps other wise the video and audio goes out of sync after rendering, found out this after trying multiple different software packages for rendering the video and multiple google searches, which turned up nothing until I found a post on a random forum regarding audio and video going out of sync on videos. I also found that when trying to record the Xbox Party Chat, the only way to do this was to send all sound through the HDMI and then use a separate microphone on the laptop to record my voice. I would recommend this as apart from those two issues this is a decent bit of kit. 29 December 2014
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Avermedia LGP Lite, Capture/Stream your HD gameplay, 1080p, USB 2.0
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