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serieScheda di Acquisizione Video HDMI ad alte prestazioni per USB 3.0 - 1080p 60fps - Alluminio
Peso articolo204 g
Dimensioni prodotto21,3 x 14,9 x 5,1 cm
Numero modello articoloUSB32HDCAPRO
Software inclusoWindows 8.1 x64
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14 di 14 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle Quick Delivery, Works as Stated, Using for an interface to make HDMI conferencing cams work as webcam. 26 marzo 2015
Di Adam M. Lenke - Pubblicato su
Acquisto verificato
This product works great! My company is using this to utilize the Cisco Precision HD Cameras (from Cisco C20 system) as webcams for Skype and GotoMeeting. We decided to go with this product instead of the BackMagic Design Intensity Shuttle due to the large number of reviews stating compatibility issues. This was also less expensive and was a Prime product so I was able to get it faster. I also contacted each of the products support with questions and StarTech was also very happy to help whereas BlackMagic was far less helpful and treated me as if I were bothering them..

Fantastic picture, great quality and the cameras maintain their PTZ functions with the remote. You will likely need a separate 12V 2A power supply as ours was originally powered by the C20 unit via Ethernet. I tried to power it with a power injector and would not function that way..

Another reviewer stated that they were using ManyCam ( as a virtual camera driver for Skype and that DOES work at a drastically reduced quality (1280x1024 max) unless you purchase the license at $49.95 for a single license or $149.95 for enterprise up to 5 devices.

The included SteamCatcher software provides the driver to make it work without the need to do that. I HIGHLY recommend downloading the latest driver from startech for the USB3HDCAP device.

I am using it on both Dell and HP desktops and have tested on Dell and HP laptops as well. For those that are not aware, USB 3.0 will either be blue in color or be indicated with an SS on your PC or laptop. It will NOT work with USB 2.0 with the setup I have.

Our setup: Dell 9010 or HP 4300 SFF PC with ASUS HD 5450 Graphics cards (for HDMI video and sound to our displays) Cisco Precision HD PTZ cameras ( connected with this product to a USB3 port with StarTech USB 3.0 HD Video Capture Device. We are utilizing separate microphone inputs; in our case the built in room microphones that was built into the original VTC system.

We are happy with the initial purchase and have purchased more for the remaining rooms.

The only complaint I have is that I purchased it for $168 on 3/20/2015 and purchased the rest from the same place from the same ad for $178 on 2/25/2015. I am not sure why the price increased 5 days later but for what we want to do with them, they are saving us thousands of dollars in conferencing equipment to make the current system work as we wish. Feel free to reach out to me with any questions on our setup as I had to dig around to figure it out.
6 di 6 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
4.0 su 5 stelle Great Box with One Annoyance 15 ottobre 2016
Di Norman Pratt - Pubblicato su
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So I am the videographer for a high school football team. Part of my job is to steam the game to the web. The company/software we use uses this box to capture from an HDMI source. In this case my source is a Sony Handycam (various models) and a high end Lenovo laptop with USB 3.0 ports. It requires a USB 3.0 to function properly, I tried a USB 2.0 and it can function but marginally. Vendor does say a USB 3.0 is required. Once you get it to start capturing the video it works great.

The Good: The box is light, sturdy and USB powered. Video quality is great. I use HDMI but good to know that I have options.

The Good to Know: This is a two piece unit. The box and the USB cable. The USB cable is your run to the store at the last minute and get one. The end that connects to the box, which my be a standard connector, is far from a common one. Not sure where to even get one except from the manufacturer. Make sure you keep track of it.

The Annoying: In some cases, roughly 50% for me, the box does not initially work. I have tried various combinations: camera on before PC and and box turned on, camera on after PC and box turned on, tried different cameras, different HDMI cables, different USB ports, different laptops. Still it does not always work. The solution is to disconnect the USB cable at the box. When one plugs the cable back in the box starts capturing. And yes it has to be at the box, not the laptop. Tried that a few times and it always must be a the box. It will not stop me from using this box but it is annoying something I felt I should share.
3 di 3 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle It's A Clone...A Really Good Clone 7 settembre 2015
Di Steve - Pubblicato su
Acquisto verificato USB3HDCAP USB 3.0 Video Capture Device - HDMI/DVI/VGA/Component HD Video Recorder First off, this is a clone of the Micomsoft XCapture-1 for 1/3 of the cost. I bought the StarTech USB3 device after dealing with the headache that is the ExtremeCap U3. I grabbed the drivers from the website and it installed without any issues. I've had it for about 3 months now and have only run into a few issues that were fixed by unplugging it from the usb port and plugging it back in (1 totally freeze and a couple of audio drops).

Video and Audio quality are great, with only an ever so slight delay from source to the preview screen in OBS. For slower paced games, you could play in the preview screen without issue. This gives you uncompressed 1080p@60fps video and is met for bringing video in from an external source to your computer. This will NOT increase performance if you're playing on the same PC your broad casting software is on (it's meant for capture only). You'll also need a splitter as the device doesn't have a video pass-through. Also, make sure you have a compatible USB3 controller (check the website, it's the same controller required for the Micomsoft/Avermedia devices).

- Just plain works without problems and provides great video quality
- USB powered
- Very low delay

- Documentation is lacking
- "Stream Catcher" software is clunky (I use OBS to stream, and only use the software for changing device settings)
- No video pass-through, so you'll need a source splitter for all but slow games
- Only compatible with specific USB3 controllers (this is an issue with all of the usb3 capture devices as far as I know)

Overall this device works fantastic, especially at this price point. I've recommended it to a dozen or so streamers who, like me, didn't have an available PCI port for an internal card. If you have USB3 inputs and don't want to spend the cash for the real thing (the XCapture-1) this device won't let you down.
2 di 2 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle Coming off the Elgato HD60 to this was a BIG Plus for me! 22 giugno 2015
Di R. Marier - Pubblicato su
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Pros: You can capture Analog and Digital streams (and not just Digital unlike the Elgato HD60). The preview window is realtime so you could even play (or watch) your streams without any LONG input delays! The preview window (while it can't be disabled anyways) won't give you any performance hits, unlike the Elgato HD60. Having DVI as another input is great, now I can have two devices plugged into it (my PC and PS3) without needing to unplug between them all the time) - Just need to change the source types in the StreamCatcher software. You can choose to use HDMI digital audio, or mix the HDMI with an analog audio, using your breakout cable (Device Settings > Audio Source > Line-In). You can record into AVI for whatever reason (I guess you could then use VirtualDub then too).

Cons: Not sure if the software will ever be updated, as the the version that's on the disc (as of March 2015) is still the same version that you can download from the Internet (as of June 2015). The only thing the Elgato HD60 has over this capture device is the ability to mix in commentary as you play along your games (which is something I don't have a need for anyways) and the HDMI passthrough, which you might find yourself not even needing when you start using this device ( and see it's realtime preview window).

Other thoughts: Kind of wish there were a few more updates to the StreamCatcher if it ever will get a software update such as: Live Commentary, Lossless Audio or 640 kbps AAC, a none on Video Deinterlace (low is still quite good anyways, I don't notice anything wrong on it), ability to use Stereo Mix as an Audio Source (would be a huge convenience, but Line-In works just as well), updated H.264 video compression for VBR (the only one I use).
If you do need to use a passthrough I recommend purchasing this:
It's an HDMI splitter that will also strip HDCP, so you can record PS3 games and you can use the other HDMI on it as your passthrough.
7 di 8 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
4.0 su 5 stelle Worked Great 11 giugno 2016
Di Andy in Washington - Pubblicato su
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I am always a little bit nervous about these sorts of devices- video encoding and capture is a bit of a tough problem, and requires the hardware and software to be reasonably well thought out. So far, everything has worked well.

=== The Good Stuff ===

* The product installed easily, and with almost no glitches (see below). I plugged the box into a HDMI feed, connected the USB3 cable to a USB3 port on a Windows 10 computer, and in a few minutes had video streaming to my computer. The install seemed to fail the first time it ran, but a second reboot of my system cleared up whatever the problem is (mostly).

* There is an included video capture and record software program included with the box, although I believe I downloaded the latest version before installing it. The software allows you to set timers to capture video, but otherwise not a lot of control over bitrates, formats, etc. It produces 1920x1080 MP4 video with MPEG audio-with 29FPS and 11500 bitrates. Certainly good enough video for anything I care about...purists may object.

* I used a ViewHD HDMI splitter to give me a second HDMI signal from my cable box. I believe this little box conveniently forgets to send along the copy protection parts of HDMI, not I can't really comment on whether the software/hardware respects HDMI copy protection.

* The resultant audio files are clean, and the audio and video are in perfect sync throughout. I was a little nervous about this, because when you are watching the preview screen as it records, the two tracks do get a bit out of sync, but have been fine on playback. The PC screen will also be about a half-second behind your television.

* Should be obvious, but this is real-time video capture- meaning it takes 30 minutes to record a 30 minute program. A one-hour program will generate roughly a 5GB file.

=== The Not-So-Good Stuff ===

* The timer can be a little awkward to use. Nothing too crazy, but the interface is a bit fussy, and I have occasionally entered incorrect times.

* Since I installed the video capture software, my PC now throws an occasional exception error when I reboot. I just ignore it and everything seems to work fine, but I hate having this sort of stuff clog up a clean windows install.

=== Summary ===

I have been using this product for about 2 weeks now, and am mostly pleased with it. The software could be just a tad easier to use, especially the timer, but it is certainly not the typical unusable software that seems to follow cheaper-priced hardware around. The hardware itself has worked without any problems, and the video files that resulted have been clean and free of artifacts.

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