This demonstration version allows you to try the HDPVRCapture application to ensure that the software will be compatible with your computer systems and satisfies your requirements before purchasing a license key. The only difference between the demonstration version and the full version is that all recordings and conversions are limited to 2 minutes and the IR Blaster feature is not enabled.
An interesting article popped up in our news feed today. The team over at destructoid.com published a review of the HDPVR2 Gaming Edition USB encoder. They also happened to mention HDPVRCapture for the Mac! You can read the full article here.
The HD PVR 2 does a fine job of capturing anything you throw at it. As mentioned above, Xbox 360 and PC content coming in via HDMI works beautifully, with what seems to be a totally transparent passthrough coming through to my television and monitors. Cranking the recording settings to a max bitrate of around 14 Mbps gave much nicer files than we ever saw with the previous model. Files are clean, with little hit to color. Of course, compression artifacts pop up now and then, but nothing serious. The framerate is capped at 30fps, which might bum out some videophiles, but probably makes no difference for video to be used on the web.
DriverGuide maintains an extensive archive of Windows drivers available for free download. We employ a team from around the world which adds hundreds of new drivers to our site every day. How to Install Drivers Once you download your new driver, then you need to install it. To install a driver in Windows, you will need to use a built-in utility called Device Manager. It allows you to see all of the devices recognized by your system, and the drivers associated with them.
Users who like to record a lot of footage or stream their skills online will love the ability to stream directly to Twitch or Ustream using the StreamEez software, which is a free download. I tested out each stream option, with both working quite well, while also giving me the option to upload my videos directly to YouTube.
A capture card is a great choice for all PC users who don't care too much about the quality of the footage they are recording. The device needs to be connected to a TV or a gaming console with component cables, while a free USB slot is needed in order to connect a capture card to your computer.
Unlike the PVR 2, the Rocket requires no computer connection to record. You simply plug your input into the device, plug the passthrough HDMI cable into your TV and power the device using any available USB source (if you're using a game console, they all come with free USB ports that work just fine). Plug a USB flash drive into the Rocket, press record and the tiny gadget will fill your storage device with footage.
The Rocket also has a built-in microphone jack for adding commentary to your footage as you play, which is particularly handy if you don't feel like adding your voice to the track in post-production. The device will stop recording when you press the recording button again or when your flash drive is full.
To be perfectly honest, I wasn't expecting much from the Rocket, as these types of standalone recording gadgets never seem to be able to live up to their full-fledged counterparts, but the Rocket definitely surprised me. The video above was recorded with the Rocket, and as you can see (be sure to bump the quality up to 1080p), the video is virtually flawless. It was recorded without issue and, aside from the tiny Rocket box blinking on my desk, you'd never have even known the gameplay was being recorded.
Laden Sie die Datei und entpacken die .zip datei und starten "hcwdriverinstall.exe". Sobald der Windows Treiber installiert ist, sehen Sie die Nachricht Drivers have been successfully installed
The Hauppauge HD-PVR is the first consumer-level analog HD capture device available. The HD-PVR is a USB device that captures the component video outputs and analog/optical audio outputs of any consumer device (including cable/satellite set-top-boxes, HD disk players, video game consoles, and various other home media devices). The HD-PVR is a highly popular capture device because it captures video via component output, permitting the user to capture high-definition video from most sources and without concern for encryption. In other words, since component video is not and cannot be encrypted, previously uncapturable HD sources such as satellite and premium television will now be fully accessible in MythTV. Prior to this device, component capture devices were cost-prohibitive and were not directly supportable within Linux.
The HD PVR captures at resolutions from VGA/D1 (480i) up to 1080i, and encodes the component inputs in real time using the H.264/MPEG-4 video codec and the AAC audio codec. The streams are multiplexed into a slightly modified MPEG-2 Transport Stream container. Capture resolution is dependent on the source (ie 720p video will be captured as 720p, 1080i as 1080i, etc.) but the bitrate is user-selectable from 1 megabit/second up to 13.5 megabits/second. The H.264 video codec is, bit-for-bit, up to 40% more efficient than the MPEG-2 video codec commonly used in US HDTV broadcasts today. A 13.5 Mb/s H.264 stream is roughly equivalent to a full-channel-bitrate MPEG-2 recording at approximately 19 Mb/s.
The HD-PVR previously had problems gracefully dealing with resolution changes but those issues have been fixed in MythTV. You can now allow your receiver to float between 480i, 480p, 720p and 1080i without causing the HD-PVR or MythTV to hang.
Assuming you followed the directions carefully, you should now be able to record with the HD-PVR. If you get "Select Timeout" errors, these can sometimes be overcome by stopping the backend, removing the hdpvr module, cycling the power on the HD-PVR, modprobe-ing the hdpvr module, and restarting the backend.
While the majority of users have used the HD-PVR trouble-free for years, many users have reported various issues in regards to stability of the HD-PVR device itself. These issues usually materialize either as 0-byte recordings or heavily damaged (i.e., artifacts) within MythTV. There are a few different theories on what can cause these issues, as well as a variety of solutions to try.
Even if you didn't compile your own kernel module, you should always test your box outside of MythTV before trying inside of MythTV.Once the module has loaded successfully, you can check dmesg for output and to determine which /dev/video node it has created. You can then test the device as with any hardware encoder:
Other than the price though, you'll need to make sure you have a Thunderbolt 3 port to use the Live Gamer Bolt. Thankfully, getting a Thunderbolt 3 port isn't all that difficult if it's not built into your rig already.
The Razer Ripjaw HD supports a 4K, 60FPS passthrough, and supports a variety of resolutions for your video. The Ripjaw also has software-free audio management (though if I've learned anything about audio while using any capture card, it's that it's going to give you a few problems regardless). Basically, this will do everything you need it to in order to capture video, but at a generally lower price than AVerMedia, and without having to install it into your PC rig directly like the Elgato 4K60 Pro MK.2.
Record video game play in HD on your PC or Mac HD PVR 2 Gaming Edition Plus records high definition game play video from a gaming PC, Sony PlayStation 3 or PS4, the new Microsoft Xbox One or the Xbox 360 onto your Windows laptop or desktop PC. Make video recordings of your best game play in HD and upload to YouTube and share them with other gamers online. Or make a high definition movie of your game play to share with your friends or use it to discuss tactics with your clan members! The HD PVR 2 Gaming Edition Plus now has Mac support. HD PVR 2 GE Plus now comes with a free copy of the HDPVRCapture application, so you can record your game play on your Mac and edit your recordings in iMovie. Add game commentary while you record or stream! Hauppauge Capture, the simple to use application for recording, editing, uploading and streaming your game play, has a built-in audio mixer. Add your game commentary while you record or while you stream. And add audio from your PC (music or Skype audio can be recorded) and even put each audio source on separate tracks for easier editing in Sony Vegas or Pinnacle Studio. The Hauppauge Capture program has all the features you need for making awesome game play recordings and streams! With HDMI and Component Video in plus no-delay HDMI video passthrough HD PVR 2 comes with HDMI in and out to make it easier to connect to your Xbox 360 and your HD TV set. For the PS3, HD PVR 2 comes with a PS3 Component Video gaming cable, while still using the HDMI out for no-delay passthrough to your HD TV set! New! Now with a Record button, so you can start and stop your video recordings directly from the HD PVR 2 HD PVR 2 has a top mounted record button. Hit the record button and ShowBiz opens on your PC and starts recording. Hit the record button again and ShowBiz will stop recording. This makes recording your video gameplay super easy! Record your PC gameplay, with no delay and no slowdown of your PC! HD PVR 2 can be connected to the HDMI output of your PC to record your gameplay. With our "no delay passthrough", you can play your game on a TV monitor while recording. And the recording will not slow down your PC since the encoding is done within HD PVR 2! Amazing audio and video qualityHD PVR 2 uses a pro-quality H.264 video encoder, the same video recorder which is used in TV studios. HD PVR 2 records using amazing H.264 compression at HD resolutions up to 1080p30. HD PVR 2's H.264 recording format is used by Blu-ray disks and exceeds other compression standards in video quality, providing a crisp image with amazing digital sound. And H.264 uses 1/3 the disk space compared with the popular MPEG-2 format. Watch recordings of your best game play on your PC monitor or HD TV set Once your recordings are on your PC hard disk, you can play them back directly on your computer screen using the included ShowBiz application. You can also transfer the recordings over your home network to your PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, or other high definition media player. Play while you record with our no-delay HDMI video pass through! HD PVR 2 comes with real-time video pass through, so you can watch your game play on your HD TV while recording your game on your PCs disk drive. Simply connect HD PVR 2 in between your game console and your HD TV set (HDMI in and out plus Component Video cables included). Upload your best games to YouTube and share with your friends HD PVR 2 comes with a one click upload to YouTube. Make HD recordings of your game play and upload your best videos to YouTube. HD PVR 2 Gaming Edition records videos in HD using H.264, which is perfect for YouTube. Use the Personal Logo inserter to add your channel logo to all of your recordings and streams Use the Personal Logo inserter to add your own logo to all of your recordings and video streams. The HD PVR 2 Personal Logo inserter makes it easy to make sure all of your friends see your channel logo! Adding a Personal Logo is easy: just make a 150x100 pixel BMP, JPEG or PNG file and then use Hauppauge Capture to upload your logo into the HD PVR 2. After that, the logo will be automatically added to your recordings and video streams. 2b1af7f3a8