The Live Gamer HD is your best mate for tracking every in-game activity. It can capture your local PC gameplay without draining system resources. Now you don’t need to set up another PC just for recording game footages. With the Live Gamer HD, your game machine is also the gameplay library.
HDMI & DVI Connectors
With the special gaming oriented hardware design, the Live Gamer HD can work with a wide range of graphics card. The pass-thru function brings you a zero-delay video capture while gaming in real-time. Plus, it supports various graphics card resolution up to 1080p at 60 fps to guarantee a perfect recording.
The fabulous combat is fleeting. The Live Gamer HD adopts the high speed PCI-Express interface to offer a smooth and fast data transmission.
Dedicated Record Button
No more hotkey conflict! The accompanying Hot Button helps you fire up the Live Gamer HD timely and preserve the most exciting in-game moments precisely. Features Intuitive Configurations for Everyone
No matter what knowledge background you have, the RECentral can guide you to finish the initial configurations for different game platforms. It even provides auto-configuration for newbies.
Profile Selection & Overview
Set up and forget it. Besides the painless configuration, RECentral can keep multiple recording profiles and lets you select from the drop box when needed. What’s more, you can even import those profiles after migrating to another PC.
Record Voice Commentary with Gameplay
Sometimes gameplays cannot explain themselves. The RECentral allows you to record your voice commentary along with the in-game footages to make your walkthrough video more impressive. Even better, you can record your voice whenever you want to regardless of the gameplay recording.
Stream Your Live Gameplay over the Internet
The RECentral stops your steps of searching a compatible streaming software. It can help you broadcast your live gameplay on TwitchTV and receive applause from the whole world.
** The AVerMedia R&D will be releasing updates regularly to increase the card overall performance. Click here to download the latest driver.**
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- 12 months
- Return to base
- DOA Period:
- 7 days
- RTB Period:
- 12 months
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