Reddit Reddit reviews Elgato Game Capture HD60 - Next Generation Gameplay Sharing for Playstation 4, Xbox One & Xbox 360, 1080p Quality with 60 fps

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Elgato Game Capture HD60 - Next Generation Gameplay Sharing for Playstation 4, Xbox One & Xbox 360, 1080p Quality with 60 fps
Record your Xbox, PlayStation, or Nintendo gameplayFlawless 1080p quality at 60 fpsUnlimited capture right to your PC or MacFlashback Recording: record retroactivelyOne-click sharing to YouTube, Facebook and TwitterStream Command: add webcam and overlaysBuilt-in live commentary featureProduct includes: Elgato Game Capture HD60, USB cable, and HDMI cable
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63 Reddit comments about Elgato Game Capture HD60 - Next Generation Gameplay Sharing for Playstation 4, Xbox One & Xbox 360, 1080p Quality with 60 fps:

u/Porkpants81 · 6 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

Not sure what your definition of cheap is but the Elgato ones are probably the easiest to use:

HD60 - $150

HD60s - $180

u/ElcaminoDino · 3 pointsr/TeamGFB

Streaming stuff I own that allows me to split, and also if you wanted to record old composite cabled stuff you can do that too.

Elgato HD60

HDMI Splitter

Composite Cable -> HDMI (which you then can put in the splitter)

Any questions hit me here or on Twitter @coltonrdaniels

u/Miapop2000 · 3 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

By getting an elgato game capture device. Here’s one from amazon it’s not really ideal let’s be honest. It’s $160 to play your switch on your pc. Unless you’re trying to record for YouTube or stream on twitch it’s not worth it, but it’s an option.

u/TitanIsBack · 3 pointsr/PS4

You'll want one of these

u/Leocmc · 3 pointsr/letsplay

Personally I use this: Elgato HD60

It's not the cheapest thing in the world but it's excellent at its job from my experience. The big drawback for it is that you'll need a specific headset and some extra cords to get the game audio out of it, so it's unfortunately not going to be as simple as just the capture card. I'm not well-versed with other capture cards unfortunately but my assumption is that not many good ones will come for cheap/with everything you'd need right off the bat.

With the Elgato you'll also need an external microphone to record your audio from, so that's another cost tacked on.

I'm sorry if this didn't help much but I wanted to throw in the capture card I use because I feel it was very much worth the cost as the quality it pumps out is great so far.

Best of luck!

u/DonSerrot · 3 pointsr/MonsterHunter

All you need is one of these.

I have an HD60 since it was the best available when I got it. If I had waited a month or two I'd have gone with the HD60 Pro instead. If you don't have the space in your PC to add something and you have USB 3.0 ports on your PC I'd say the HD60 S is the way to go. The HD60 is fine, it just kinda bugs me how the video has a second or so delay compared to what's actually playing on my TV so I can't just play looking at the software.

As for what you said in another comment, the Switch's built in screen capture is just screenshots at the moment and we don't have any info on what the promised video capture will be like, but I imagine it'll be somewhat limited. The software included with the Elgato Game Capture devices let's you set up flashback recording anywhere from 15 seconds to 30 minutes in the past, so as long as you have the software open while playing a game you can rewind to the part you want to save and start recording from there.

Something that would probably also be useful to you is the ability to record your webcam/mic at the same time and optionally save them to separate files so you can play around with them in editing separate from the gameplay recording. And if you dabble in livestreaming you can set up overlays and whatnot, but still save a copy of the gameplay footage without all the fluff for editing later.

As an added bonus for me, since I have one that is outside my computer it doubles and an HDMI extender allowing me to have my Switch dock next to my bed so I can easily grab it and go like a lazy person instead of having to walk over to the TV/Computer to grab it. I'd say it's well worth a look if you want to do this sort of thing.

u/erwan · 3 pointsr/nintendo

You need a capture device to plug your Wii.

u/SerialTimeKiller · 3 pointsr/splatoon

$156.82 on Amazon

There's a comparison chart of the different Elgatos down farther on that page. You could save a little less than $40 by not getting the HD60, but then you wouldn't get get 60 FPS recording, and this game looks stunning in full 60 FPS, so just save up a little more and get the HD60.

It will record anything that can feed it video via an HDMI cable, so it works with all current systems, and anything else you have that outputs HDMI.

It could even be made to work with adapters from other interfaces to HDMI, I'm pretty sure although you'd need get the audio stream in their separately if you cared about having it. But I'm digressing.

It's seems to be pretty much standard for everyone to use these, and considering their capabilities and ease of use, the price is excellent.

Here's a thread I made a while back that has some additional info on people's recording setups.

u/NintendoCapri5un · 3 pointsr/explainlikeimfive

Regular streamer here. Not claiming to be an expert; I've only been doing it since around the turn of the year. Also I'm 40, so it's weird.

The purpose is mainly just entertainment. Gameplay has become a huge thing on Youtube (lucky for me) and people tune in to watch, I guess much like they would a football game, except the commentary's by the actual person playing the game. With streaming, it's better because there is a chat room, and the streamer (if he's smart) will interact with the chat and have conversations with them while playing the game, like we're just hanging out.

How it works: There is a free software download called Open Broadcast Software (or OBS for short), that's what I use anyway. Others use one called X-Split, and there are probably others I don't know of. What they do is connect to a website (usually and broadcast to that site whatever's on your monitor, and also your microphone usually. They can also work with capture devices like the Hauppauge or Elgato, which are designed to send your video game footage to your computer, where it is then broadcast to the site where people are watching.

The attraction, I guess I inadvertently explained part of that in the first (edit: 2nd) paragraph. It's kind of a way for gamers to connect and come together. I can't speak for all gamers, but I suspect that a lot of them (us) are loners by nature, and this gives us all a sort of outlet, since we all share a common interest.

I recently went on a binge-watch myself for Twitch highlights and came across a lot of the moments you mentioned above. Those are pretty rare occurrences; a normal stream is usually little more than just gameplay and casual conversation, with the occasional slip-up in the game which usually results in a bout of laughter and jeers from the chat. (Happens to me a lot, heheh). Not all streamers take donations (I still feel weird doing it myself, but people kept asking so I said OK), and even the ones who do don't require them for any specific reason. Twitch does have a $5/month "subscription" where people can get a "badge" next to their name in the chat room and streamers will typically come up with other silly "subscriber-only" benefits. It's all about how creative you can be.

It's all pretty new and exciting at the moment, but I personally can't bring myself to take it for granted because it could all be gone in the blink of an eye. Or maybe that's just my age talking.

u/themikemc · 3 pointsr/Twitch

I've used Elgato HD60 to stream from console with a Mac. For that, it only takes an HDMI input so you might have to buy a cord or adapter for your Xbox. On Mac, it will only work with Elgato Game Capture software unless you go through the trouble of using display capture. It's a limited software, but you could display capture with a different program like OBS (I tried but ran into serious framerate and resolution issues). I also had microphone issues with Elgato Game Capture and I don't think I ever found a way to have my commentary not echo back through the headphones.

To be honest, I don't think there is good support for any broadcasting software on Mac. There isn't enough demand for it. I just ended up building a PC.

u/TonyCoProductions · 2 pointsr/letsplay
  1. You're using a VHS input card from 2007 that was meant to transfer old video to DVD.

  2. You're using an insecure, archaic OS from 2001.

  3. To be running WinXP, I'm guessing your machine is too old (at least 8 years old) to capture/edit HD content.

    Now-a-days, it's damn near impossible to get any traction without beautiful looking video. There's too much competition, and potential viewers will just click away when they see shitty video and hear shitty audio.

    I'm not trying to discourage you, but it doesn't seem like you're anywhere close to ready to start recording.

    Do you really expect to get anything close to acceptable gameplay footage using this setup?

    You'll have to upgrade a few things, first:

  4. A new computer. If I was anywhere close to right about the age, you really need something new. Luckily, you can build a half-way decent capture/editing machine with an i5 for under $1,000. Take a look at /r/buildapc for more about this.

  5. If you want to capture locally, you'll need a program like Dxtory, Fraps, or OBS. Check the Wiki for some awesome guides.

  6. If you'll be grabbing footage from a console, you need a capture card. If you plan on capturing HDMI, the Elgato HD60 is a popular choice.

  7. A microphone. You'll almost certainly want to get a pop filter, and I encourage a shock mount as well. Check out the microphone stuff here and here. You can get away with using Audacity for capture/editing, but I recommend Audition.

  8. Video editing software. Sure, there are free video editors available. In my experience, they're all sub-par. You get what you pay for when it comes to video editing software. I like Adobe Premiere, but I hear great things about Sony Vegas.

    I know this seems like a lot, but YouTube has a metric shit-tonne of content available. People usually like watching the good stuff.

    There's a whole bunch I haven't covered. Don't use copyrighted content you don't own. You have to have permission to post game footage. Companies (Nintendo especially) are cracking down on this.

    If you have any specific questions about capturing, editing, and encoding audio/video, let me know.
u/Pyroraptor · 2 pointsr/letsplay

For the PS4 and WiiU you will probably want to use a card with HDMI inputs and outputs. For this, the usual recommendation is the Elgato Game Capture HD or Elgato HD60.

For PS2 and N64 you will have Composite or S-video outputs and input so I would recommend an Elgato Video Capture

Not sure if there is a capture card that can do HDMI and composite. I do my recording on PC. All the ones I have seen have one or the other. If you are looking for other good brands try Hauppauge or Avermedia.

u/dougiefresh1233 · 2 pointsr/roosterteeth

You're probably right about the headphones

For Mics they either use the Audio-Technica AT2020, or different model from the same brand(the AT 2035 maybe).

For Webcams they use the Logitech c920.

Their chairs are DX Racers

For capture cards I think they use El Gatos

They used to use Alesis MultiMix 16 mixer, but they may have updated to something newer.

They're keyboards, monitors, and I think mice consist of whatever they happened to have on hand at the time. I think I've seen HP, ASUS, Dell, and Apple stuff mostly.

u/Wild4Games · 2 pointsr/Twitch

Hello there Lightfoot,

Twitch is Free to use - just make an account

Yes you can use you built in Cam - but I would recommend a having one not fixed to a computer

What you will need:
Broadcasting Software: I Would use OBS its free and its easy to set up <---- Download here <------ Tutorial on how to set up

Capture Card: I would Recommend the Elgato HD60 (easy to use for 1st timers, But feel free to research your own)

**HDMI to RCA Converter: This will Converter your NES to the Capture Card so you can broadcast an older system

Of Course you will need HDMI cables and all that but that is pretty much it.

If you have any question YouTube is your best source for answers

I hope this helps

u/marktx · 2 pointsr/DirecTV

HDMI cable from DirecTV box IN to this:

Two HDMI cables OUT from that, one to your TV, one to this:

Connect that to your computer and record.

u/LackingAGoodName · 2 pointsr/xboxone

You'll want a Capture Card that can record 1080p 60fps (which is the max for Xbox One), if you're not fimiliar with your computer hardware go with the Elgato HD60, if you're comfortable installing a card into your computer for 0 Delay recording then get the Elgato HD60 Pro.

u/e1337pete · 2 pointsr/letsplay

Hey kdmendonk, I record almost exclusively on PS4 and edit on PC.

I use an external capture card, the Elgato Game Capture HD60. It comes with it's own editing software, but it was garbage in my experience. So I only use the software for the raw recording.

For audio I use a Blue Yeti, which for the price point is a stellar microphone. I believe I got mine on sale though, so I didn't even pay full price. Although I could record the audio inside of the Elgato software, I find Audacity (free) offers much more flexibility in my recording. Two Blue Yeti mics and Audacity are all we use to record our podcast..

Unfortunately, since the Blue Yeti is such a good mic, it was picking up the audio from my headphones sometimes. So I also use a nicer pair of headphones now to stop that from happening.

For actually editing the episodes together, I use Adobe Premiere.

We did some testing with the PS4 screen recording but it would occasionally become a nightmare with the PS4 pausing recordings or not letting us capture things and getting the files over to the PC.

I hope that helps you out, let me know if you have any questions. We're just in this to have fun too.

u/GentlemanOctopus · 2 pointsr/letsplay

If you're specifically thinking of recording the Wii U, you're going to need a capture card between the console and your PC. While I haven't tried to record any gaming on a VCR since hooking a Nintendo 64 up to one back in the day, I'm not sure that would work with a newer console (as I'm pretty sure the Wii U doesn't support the old red/white/yellow AV cords).

Elgato Game Capture HD60 is what you're looking for (there's an older "Elgato HD" that will support older consoles but not newer ones). Now that's a $US150 option, so I guess that depends how much you plan to spend on your daughter's make-believe. On the plus side, you shouldn't have much trouble reselling the Elgato down the line if she's just going through a phase, or indeed you could just keep it if you decide to do some game capturing of your own.

The Elgato comes with its own software. It's not too terribly difficult to set up the first time, and after that you barely have to do any set up ever again (especially if you're recording from the same console every time). It has the ability to record video/game audio and your commentary audio too. All you need is a mic-- even a headset mic would probably suffice for your daughter, but there's plenty of condenser mics out there if you want to splurge).

Out of curiosity, what channels or videos does your daughter watch? I'm fascinated by the idea of anyone under the age of 10 being interested in Let's Plays.

u/skermy · 2 pointsr/RedditDads

PS4 and a capture card - going to try my luck with YouTube in the coming year.

u/Parsley_Sage · 2 pointsr/Persona5

Even if they lift the restrictions (which they're not enforcing anyway) they probably wouldn't patch out the lock on PS4 streaming.

Your only option then would be to get something like an Elgato and stream it that way.

u/[deleted] · 2 pointsr/pcmasterrace

Yikes, a 4k capture card costs 360£:

The FHD 60Hz one costs less than half at 140£:

Besides that with your budget you can go for an i7-8700k, 16GB RAM, 525GB SSD, 1-2TB HDD and either a 1070Ti or a 1080, or even a 1080Ti, keep in mind that even a 1080Ti will struggle to keep 60Fps at 4k.

A decent 4k display is an investment/asset, its never a bad choice, because a monitor lasts for years and years.

If you want I can make a build later on pcpartpicker Uk.

u/xd366 · 2 pointsr/soccer

i have this one

u/MotherNinten · 1 pointr/wiiu

I've considered Elgato, but there are many options. The normal Elgato HD60 would be a standard, since it captures 60FPS, but then there's more options, like the Elgato HD60 S, and the Elgato HD60 Pro. I'm not sure which option to choose, as I want to get the most out of my money, but also want a card that isn't complicated to set up, or will fail on me.

u/kinpatsunogaka · 1 pointr/buildapc

You can get the capture card from Amazon by the way

u/eskimopoodle · 1 pointr/letsplay
u/Galaxy91122 · 1 pointr/hockey

Black Friday on amazon is usually your best bet, the highest end and newest elgato normally goes for 219 CAD, was on for 160 or 170 CAD on Black Friday.

According to this, lowest on was $109 on BF, keep your eye out see what pops up

u/horse_emoji · 1 pointr/titanfall

I have a capture card that I use with my PS4: The Elgato HD60. I'm an adult with disposable income so the price wasn't a big deal for me(especially considering how often I use it), but that may not be the case for those with differing financial situations. It's pretty good for what it does, but it also has a number of drawbacks. I won't get into those here, but if you're seriously interested, I'd recommend reading up on it and other capture cards before making a decision.

u/vistastructions · 1 pointr/ElgatoGaming

OK. I'm now leaning towards HD60. I will use the HDMI out port as it is designed. This passthrough introduces the least lag.

I am looking at Amazon's prices. Would you recommend that I cheap out a bit to get a used HD60?

u/provideocreator · 1 pointr/videography

There's a lot of cheap generic crap out there in this area so be careful with that, especially looking at the component capture devices. I don't see anything reasonable that would do both.

Anyways, a lot of gamers use capture cards if they're on console, and one of the common ones is the Elgato capture card. Now, that only has an HDMI input. What you can do is get a component to HDMI converter. That capture card is really good, the converter would be meh, but would get the job done for the price.

u/TheCameraLady · 1 pointr/letsplay

Show me.

Edit: The guy said that the Elgato HD 60 was available used for 75 all over the place, and I should come down on my Elgato HD. He, uh, wasn't able to back up his claim.

u/LightningLion15 · 1 pointr/HappyWars

Is this about Azure only including his own voice audio?

A lot of people recommend this one.

u/youngminchoe · 1 pointr/SSBM

hmmm, you guys have the gamecapture hd60
instead of the gamecapture hd?

I believe you cant use the hd60 to record any component or composite games, only hdmi. What kind of computer are you using to record? The Blackmagic isn't that much harder on your computer than the elgato (if anything, its better haha), try check out this page to see what kind of physical specs your computer is going to need and if you are going to email/call them check out this page

Edit:I just realized that your s-video probably isn't an s-video. Try ask the owner of the elgato if they have a component adapter with them (should have came with the gamecapture HD). The adapter should plug into the 's-video' and you should be able to record in component or composite

For composite, put your yellow (video for composite) into the red (one of the videos for component), and the red/white audio cables into the red and white plugs that are connected by one cable.

u/maximillano · 1 pointr/DEALSEU

In Eu, start from EUR 158,99
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u/wilb0b · 1 pointr/letsplay

Well the Black Magic Intensity Pro used to be the choice, but the company has stopped support for their drivers and such. I couldn't find anything that would update the firmware to have it work properly on a windows 7 computer, it would mess up the capture in many ways that it needed an update. So I'd say personally stay away from the Black Magic Intensity Pro. Only thing I can think of is you'll have to resort in a HD capture device and find analogue to digital converters, this is what I'm currently running, An Elgato HD60 (for current gen and last gen consoles with HDMI) and then a RCA to HDMI Converter this let's me play old NES and PS2 games while the capture card can see the footage.

u/enigma_0Z · 1 pointr/splatoon

I've been THIS close to getting one multiple times now ... Found the Elgato HD60 for a semi reasonable price ... Any opinions on this card? Can it steam live as well as record? Elgato Game Capture HD60, for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Xbox 360, or Wii U gameplay, Full HD 1080p 60fps

u/Joe_Munday · 1 pointr/StreetFighter

You definitely need a capture card.

If you have more money to spring for a Magewell, go for it. Otherwise this should be fine.

That's the way it ought to be rigged up. If you can't afford a capture card, see me in DMs and we can talk about r/sf local sponsorships.

u/furlerer · 1 pointr/JurassicPark

Awesome man, it's a lot of fun!

I'd say most important thing equipment-wise when starting out is getting a decent mic. Easiest mic setup (if it's just you or maybe two people) is a USB condenser mic, then you can skip a mixer and/or interface altogether.
Most people are keen on the Blue yeti, but in Australia they're not too widely available, so I got a MXL Tempo instead, which does a good enough job. We still need to build it a little foam booth to remove a lot of the echo and room noise.

For PC recordings, we just use Open Broadcasting Software, aka OBS. I've played around with DxTory, fraps, and raptr in the past; OBS trumps them all because of how much control is possible, plus the ability to record in a constant frame-rate, very important when it comes to editing. OBS is a little fiddly to set-up but has given the best results so far, and there's plenty of information out there on it. It is designed as a streaming software but also produces awesome local recordings.

We just bought an Elgato HD game capture for console recordings, which we chose over the Elgato HD60 because the ability to record older consoles was more desirable to us than 60fps recordings. The Elgatos are pretty much accepted online as the best all-rounder out there. No doubt there's better units out there, but hard to beat for the price and ease-of-use.

Finally, an Adobe creative cloud subscription gives you access to Premiere (for editing), Photoshop (for images/thumbnails), and Audition (for voice recording/compression etc), plus Flash, After effects etc. I'm a student so it was a half-price I think.

We haven't tried any streaming yet because of our woeful <1mbp upload haha. Go Australia!

u/thelegendofjonnii · 1 pointr/letsplay

I honestly didn't even know this was possible. I looked it up and yeah apparently some people have modded their gamepad to hold an external card. I personally just use an elgato capture card but I know this can be a pricey choice for some people.

u/Charizard9000 · 1 pointr/buildapc

here's what i would do:

PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant

CPU | Intel Xeon E3-1231 V3 3.4GHz Quad-Core Processor | $242.99 @ SuperBiiz
Motherboard | MSI B85-G43 GAMING ATX LGA1150 Motherboard | $82.98 @ Newegg
Memory | A-Data XPG V1.0 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR3-1600 Memory | $64.99 @ Newegg
Storage | Western Digital Caviar Blue 1TB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive | $49.98 @ OutletPC
Video Card | PowerColor Radeon R9 380 4GB PCS+ Video Card | $164.99 @ Newegg
Case | Corsair SPEC-01 RED ATX Mid Tower Case | $48.99 @ Amazon
Power Supply | Corsair CX 600W 80+ Bronze Certified Semi-Modular ATX Power Supply | $62.99 @ Newegg
Other| Elgato Game Capture HD60| $150.00
| Prices include shipping, taxes, rebates, and discounts |
| Total (before mail-in rebates) | $897.91
| Mail-in rebates | -$30.00
| Total | $867.91
| Generated by PCPartPicker 2016-01-13 18:11 EST-0500 |

the xeon is the same as a locked i7, it just doesnt have an integrated gpu. that being said, i've included a dedicated gpu for light gaming and some video encoding.

it's a fairly cookie-cutter pc, the biggest deviation being the Elgato. they're really cool external capture cards that work extremely well for capturing console gameplay, which is why i chose it.

i believe you can stream directly from the Elgato, but i cant say for certain if the quality will be great that way, but you can use the Elgato as a cupture device inside OBS, which is what i think most people do.

check out the logitech c920 for a webcam and a blue snowball for a good entry-level mic

u/rhoparkour · 1 pointr/StreetFighter

I have this capture card, this one captures at 720p 60fps, which is all you can do with the bitrate cap for Twitch partners (3500 kbps).
If you want 1080p 60fps this one will do you good, but it's an external capture card.
I highly recommend an internal capture card, the quality is superior to an external equivalent and more importantly, there's no delay compared to an external capture card (external capture cards take much longer to encode, which causes mic audio to be desynced with capture video/audio and syncing them is a pain).

u/kyle6477 · 1 pointr/NintendoSwitch

Most of us use Elgato Game Capture products like the HD 60S, HD 60, or HD 60 Pro, along with OBS Studio and a slew of other software and gear.

u/mgkamiolo · 1 pointr/wiiu

Thanks I already got that portion sorted out, I think I will try the Elgato capture card and see if that works. The only question left is does the elgato have to be connected to a HDMI TV in order for the video signal to hit my PC? If so I will probably order this

u/R3DD1t- · 1 pointr/wiiu

This is the one am planning to get to record some WiiU footage,

is called 'el gato' and It can record 60fps and 1080p

u/Pencildragon · 1 pointr/videography

Look into OBS. It was originally meant for streaming but they integrated recording into it as well. It supports a lot of capture cards as well as 60fps(if your card and camera support it). The Elgato HD60(which might come with its own recording software as well, if that works then OBS is unnecessary) is another popular card for gamers and was made specifically to allow 60fps recording, just takes standard HDMI input. You should also see if your Nikon allows you to turn off the HUD, if it doesn't then you may be out of luck- as well if your camera only supports 30fps monitoring it won't be possible to get 60fps out of it that way.

u/phloating_man · 1 pointr/videography

The Elgato Game Capture HD60 (~$157 USD) may work for you...

u/Davidwade1991 · 1 pointr/casualiama

The Making of

I decided to start making videos because a friend of mine (who happened to be roommates) decided that we were fairly funny and that it wouldn't be a bad hobby to just try out. Originally we started with hour and something long podcasts 4 years ago. At some point we decided that playing games for people on a regular basis wasn't a bad thing so we started streaming daily got to 150 viewers but we lost our home and had to move over 100 miles from one another and it got harder to stream on a regular basis and fell back into Youtube a little over three months ago. So that is how we started oh so many years ago

TL;DR We thought it was a fun hobby and really enjoyed making people laugh


u/XxWHIPPYPOOPYxX · 1 pointr/Twitch

Impossible, the overlays are made by the streamer, and they are put up using a custom streaming software (OBS, XSplit), that software allows overlays and other extensions, the streaming software that was made for the X1 via Microsoft, does not allow user made overlays, this could change in the future, but has no current plan to do so.

To stream via PC, you need a capture card, I recommend the Elgato HD 60.

u/seniorcampus · 1 pointr/buildapcsales

Btw you can get the same price here on Amazon. Also the Pro is 175 right now too.

u/3rio4alk · 1 pointr/HiTMAN

The only other option, besides the Xbox Record feature, is buying a capture card.

Since you'd be recording on console, there'd be no need for you to get the really modern 1080p60 screw you quality ones, even my friend only record at 720p, most don't seem to care. That is the cheapest one I found on a quick search, which incidentally does do 1080p60, butt I'd lower it down in handbrake to 720p30 otherwise it'll take you 6 years to process the video and upload it on Youtube.

u/thatgermanperson · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

Maybe this?

Found it in /r/letsplay under 'Recommendations for a 1080p/60fps capture card?' from 7 months ago by /u/ClefAria

u/modio1234 · 1 pointr/Twitch

I would recommend if you have a desktop the live gamer HD if you have a laptop the elgato HD60

u/Spartanark · 1 pointr/letsplay

If your looking for a good recording device that captures video as you see it on the screen the Elgato is
an excellent capture device if you have the budget I use it and well known YouTube channel Game Grumps uses it. If you want to see what kind of quality video it captures check out the resolution of this video )

You can record any console on it. I have had trouble with pc resolution but that doesn't mean that it cant be done.

I personally use Shadow play For my Pc video's and here's the quality I get from it.
watch the videos maybe get inspiration for your post editing too!

u/morrispated2 · 1 pointr/Switch

Do you have a discreet gpu and usb 3.0 or are you using integrated graphics?

Edit: assuming you have discreet graphics, usb 3.0, a 4K display, and a console or computer capable of playing in 4K that you might want to capture or stream from as well as your switch you should buy a razed ripsaw:

Razer Ripsaw HD Game Streaming Capture Card: 4K Passthrough - 1080p FHD 60 FPS Recording - Compatible w/PC, PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch

If you have discreet graphics, usb 3.0, and no interest in 4K you should buy an elgato hd60s:

Elgato Game Capture Card HD60 S - Stream and Record in 1080p60, for PlayStation 4, Xbox One & Xbox 360

If you are using integrated graphics or don’t have usb 3.0 you should buy an elgato hd60:

Elgato Game Capture HD60 - Next Generation Gameplay Sharing for Playstation 4, Xbox One & Xbox 360, 1080p Quality with 60 fps

Also be careful streaming or capturing any Nintendo games to post online. They’ve lightened up quite a bit on their copyright striking since the beginning of the year but they are still the most strictly enforced games online. I got a strike on my older YouTube channel for having Mario Kart 8 capture in the background of an episode of my podcast.