USB 3.0 Video Capture Device - HDMI / DVI / VGA / Component HD Video Recorder - 1080p 60fps

Functions: Video Conversion, Video Encoding - USB 3.0 - 1920 x 1080 - NTSC, PAL-M, PAL60 - DVI - 1 Pack - PC - External
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Product Description USB 3.0 Video Capture Device - HDMI / DVI / VGA / Component HD Video Recorder - 1080p 60fps - Capture a High-Definition HDMI, DVI, VGA, or Component Video source to your PC. The USB3HDCAP USB 3.0 All-in-One HD Video Capture Device lets you record high-definition (1080p) video and stereo audio to your computer from an HDMI, DVI, VGA or Component source, through an available USB 3.0 port. With recording at 60 FPS (frames per second) and H.264 encoding, this is the perfect solution for recording High-Definition video for editing and compiling.

Seamless Picture Quality at 60 Frames Per Second

The USB3HDCAP lets you externally capture uncompromised high-definition video to your computer at 60 FPS, through a USB 3.0 connection. With the included software, you can instantly stream your video source using online services such as Twitch or Justin.TV.

This unprecedented performance opens up new possibilities for external video game capture, when used with a 2-port HDMI splitter such as ST122HDMILE. Now, you'll be able to record every frame of your video game experience in high-definition 1080p using any USB 3.0-equipped PC, while playing on different a screen.

High-performance Onboard Encoding

With onboard encoding, the video conversion process functions independently of your computer resources to maintain system performance. Plus, since software encodes in H.264, the most widely adopted video codec in the world, your video files will be natively compatible with almost any media device such as iOS® or Android™-smartphones and tablets.

Flexible Input Solutions for Convenient Compatibility

With multiple A/V input options you can capture from a wide variety of devices. This versatile USB 3.0 external capture device supports HDMI, DVI, VGA, and Component video inputs, making it the ideal solution for capturing training or tutorial videos from a variety of different computer A/V outputs.

The device also includes easy-to-use software that's compatible with NTSC and PAL systems, making it a must for professional video archiving applications where source media can change from project to project.

The USB3HDCAP is backed by a 2-year warranty and free lifetime technical support.


Will not record digitally encrypted content.
Not compatible with ASmedia, or Etron USB 3.0 host controllers. If your system has one of these non-supported controllers you can alternatively add a PCI-express USB 3.0 controller card such as the PEXUSB3S4V, PEXUSB3S23, PEXUSB3S400 or PEXUSB3S4.

Computer System Requirements:

Operating System: Microsoft® Windows® Vista / 7 / 8 / 8.1 (32/64-bit)
CPU: i3 Dual Core 2.8GHz or higher
Memory: 2 GB
USB 3.0 host controller (Confirmed support with: Intel, Renesas (NEC), VIA, AMD, Fresco FL1100)

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Product Specifications

  • Brand Name
  • Certifications & Standards
    CE FCC
  • DVI
  • Environmental Certification
  • Environmentally Friendly
  • Form Factor
  • Functions
    Video Conversion Video Encoding
  • HDMI
  • Height
  • Host Interface
    USB 3.0
  • Limited Warranty
    2 Year
  • Manufacturer Part Number
  • Maximum Frame Rate
    60 fps
  • Maximum Resolution
    1920 x 1080
  • Number of DVI Inputs
  • Number of HDMI Inputs
  • Package Contents
    USB 3.0 HD Video Capture Device 1 x A/V breakout cable 1 x DVI to VGA adapter 1 x USB 3.0 Cable 1 x Instruction manual
  • Platform Supported
  • Product Name
    USB 3.0 HD Video Capture Device
  • Product Type
    Video Capturing Device
  • System Requirements
    Windows® 8 (32/64bit) Windows® 7 (32/64bit) Windows® Vista(32/64) OS Compatibility: Windows® XP(32/64)
  • Video Formats
    H.264 MPEG-4
  • Video Signal Format
  • Width


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