- Platform: Windows 8 / 7 / Vista / XP, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Xbox One, Nintendo Wii
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Roxio Game Capture HD Pro (PS4/PS3/Wii/Xbox 360/Xbox One)
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- Capture gaming footage in HD
- Stream gameplay with live commentary
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Roxio Game Capture HD PRO is gearing up to help you create amazing, boast-worthy videos from your new Xbox One and PlayStation 4. With Microsoft confirming support for capture devices, Roxio Game Capture HD PRO is ready for Xbox One. For PS4 users, Sony has announced an upcoming system software update to offer HDMI-based capture device support – positioning Roxio Game Capture HD PRO to become your game recording tool of choice for both these new consoles. Roxio Game Capture HD PRO enables you to record a virtually unlimited amount of gameplay and offers a powerful video editing package to make incredible-looking movies.
Roxio Game Capture HD PRO is an all-in-one solution to capture, edit, stream, and upload your most memorable Xbox, PlayStation and Wii moments in stunning HD quality. Easy set-up between console, TV, and PC. Included in the product is hardware, software and a USB cable. Capture in resolutions up to 1080/30p or 1080 60i with HDMI or Component input and output. Stream game play and commentary live to TwitchTV. Edit videos and add transitions, picture-in-picture, special effects, text, and voiceovers. Share videos with one click to YouTube, Facebook, and other sites. Roxio Game Capture HD PRO is everything you need to easily showcase your best game play.
Key Benefits and Features
- Capture, share and stream your most memorable Xbox and PlayStation moments
- HD quality
- Capture gaming footage in HD (up to 1080 30p/1080 60i), with HDMI or Component input and output
- No gameplay interruption
- Stream gameplay and commentary live--directly to TwitchTV
- Edit H.264-encoded game videos and add transitions, picture-in-picture, soundtracks, special effects, text, and voiceovers that match gameplay
- Share videos with one click to YouTube, Facebook, or RoosterTeeth
- Easy set-up between your console, TV and PC
- No power adapter required.
Good news for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 users! Did you know customers using the current Xbox or PlayStation with Roxio Game Capture HD PRO already enjoy a creative movie-making power beyond the capture sharing capabilities in the new consoles? With Roxio's device and editing software, you can do much more than simply share what you’ve captured. You can create awesome-looking videos that are truly subscriber worthy!
What's in the box?
Roxio Game Capture HD PRO Capture Device, USB Cable, Roxio Game Capture Software, Getting Started Guide
HDMI cable to be provided by the user
- Microsoft Windows 8, 7, Vista SP2, XP (SP3 for 32 bit & SP2 for 64 bit), Intel Core 2 Duo Processor 1.8 GHz or AMD Athlon x2 64 2.0 GHz, 2GB RAM
- Intel Core 2 Duo Processor 1.8 GHz or AMD Athlon x2 64 2.0 GHz
- 2GB RAM
- DirectX 9.0c compatible graphics card or higher
- Sound card
- 2GB free hard drive space for installation (10+ GB free recommended for video recording)
- One available USB 2.0 port
- Windows Media Player 11 or higher
- Internet Explorer 7 or 8
- Internet connection required for capture, registration, product updates and tutorials*
*Any Internet charges are the user's responsibility
Roxio Game Capture HD PRO Capture device;USB cable;Roxio Game Capture and Video Editing Software;Getting started guide
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Top Customer Reviews
I can only talk about my experience here, but setting it up was a nightmare. When installing the software from the included CD, it offers to check for updates. An update is available for the software, but it doesn't work from the initial install, apparantly. What I found works for me is to install using ONLY the CD version of the software. But this doesn't work straight away either. Once the computer has restarted, install the updates from the program under the 'Help' menu. THEN it'll work.
Otherwise, I have no real issues with it. The capture quality is decent, especially for HD, and everything is captured at 30fps, making editting easier also. While not a huge issue, capturing PS3 footage is more of a pain than it needs to be. Because the PS3 uses HDCP, it will not capture it by HDMI (yet, will show in the capture screen with the 'Signal Protected' status.) You must use Component cables for the PS3 on 1080i, maximum. However, with the capture card powered on, you can output this to the TV via HDMI, or alternatively, with the power off, another component cable. I believe the OUYA is the same way, regarding HDCP. But no Component workaround exists for OUYA. I don't have a PS4 or XBone to try this either.
Once everything is set up, everything is rather simple from then on. It's simply a case of booting the capture program, selecting Component/HDMI, switching the console on, and hitting capture. There are settings to tweak quality and picture, but for me, default settings worked just fine.
My only other, minor gripe is that no cables are included.Read more ›
It arrives in a compact package, is fiendishly easy to set up as long as you read the instructions, and works well. The supplied software, which allows you to edit any game play you record, is also easy to use although a little baffling at first. Nothing that trial and error doesn't sort out rather quickly though. This software also lets you record commentary or music over your footage if you so wish.
To connect the card you take the HDMI cable (not supplied annoyingly!) from the console, or in the case of the PS3 the component cable as the PS3's HDMI output is encrypted, and plug it in to the unit, then plug the unit into your computer or laptop via the supplied USB cable. There is also an HDMI/component connection to your TV or monitor, as usual, so you can actually play the game!
That allows you to stream or record your game play footage in 1080p/i, 720p, 576p/i and 480p/i. File size wise I found a 10 minute video at top 1080 resolution took up about 1GB of space.
One thing to note; the capture function does not record any in game chat, so beware if you intend to use it for that purpose. Using Live Stream or editing the video allows you to record audio from a mic attached to your computer only - not the console.
All in all this is a good plug and play system that works exactly as it should and offers a high quality of recorded game play that you can edit and upload to heart's content.
This is not true at all.
The card does not work with streaming programs like OBS or the free version of Xsplit. Roxio have videos claiming that the program supplied with the card can stream for you, but all it really does is crash the application and cause hours of annoyance.
The image that is captured doesn't look HD at all. Even after a long session of setting adjustments, I could only get a fuzzy, unsaturated mess of a video feed that looked nothing like the image on my tv (even after trying every available cable in my house, just to be sure that wasn't an issue.)
When recording, it's up to luck how it will turn out in the end. On a good day, the video will look okay. On a regular day, the video will be covered in horrible jagged lines and will simply look disgusting.
Don't buy this capture card. Save up for a couple of weeks and get something that actually works. I regret spending any money on this useless product.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great For Recording Games, Easy to setup and use. Id Recommend it to anyone looking to start out Recording gamesPublished 18 days ago by Daniel Slack
Be careful this does not work with Mac and some may think but a good product anywayPublished 25 days ago by Lisa Davis
I had one and it was terrible, the software is very confusing and always crashes, also you have to convert the videos you record for them to be compatible with other things. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Elliot Brown
Recording software has no webcam of voice to add in and video keeps getting pixelated after 5 minutes of recording they dont replace they refundPublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
If you want a capture card that captures part of what is shown on screen while blotching the rest, a device that spends half of its life not powering on and being a complete waste... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Dave C. #94
Great video recording quality, it is comparable to its competitors such as elgato as the video quality is pretty much similar. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Szymon Kotarski