StarTech.com USB 3.0 1080p Capture Device for High-Performance DVI Video, Aluminum

  • StarTech.com
  • 32297187
  • USB32DVCAPRO
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$210.13
  • Record DVI video to your computer, and embed a 3.5mm audio source, at 1080p 60fps resolution
  • Capture raw video using your preferred DirectShow compatible software
  • Record video for training and tutorial purposes
  • 1920 x 1200 Capture Resolution
  • Warranty: 2 Years
This capture device turns your USB 3.0 computer into a digital video recorder for high-quality DVI video, leveraging USB 3.0 transfer speed to capture raw 1080p video at 60 frames per second. The capture device records video from your DVI source device and also includes a 3.5 mm audio input jack that lets you record the video's accompanying analog audio output, or add your own independent audio source for voice over commentary.

Record lossless video at 60 FPS, ensuring every frame of content is saved, unlike 30-frame-per-second capture devices that only catch half the action. 1080p60 exactly matches the output of most computer video cards, which is great for recording the output from your PC, server, or POS station, when creating software training and tutorial videos. With support for 1080p video, you can ensure crystal-clear capture quality at high-definition resolution, and create high-quality video to distribute internally throughout your business or distribution over the internet.

This USB capture card is capable of capturing lossless raw video, making it compatible with Microsoft DirectShow. With raw video capture, you can record video using your preferred third-party DirectShow software such as Open Broadcaster Software (OBS).

The software that's included with the capture card encodes in H.264 -- the most widely adopted video codec in the world. H.264 encoding capability ensures the video files you save will be compatible with almost any video player, such as the media software on your PC, Mac, iOS or Android devices, with no editing or converting needed. H.264 is also widely supported by most software titles, including Adobe Premiere and Windows Media Encoder.