Review-Roxio Game Capture HD Pro (newbreview)

Review of the latest game capture device from Roxio

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Cam9774050d ago

This is expensive but from what I've seen, the quality is good.

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Should I Sell My PS3 or Xbox 360 Capture Card?

Should I sell my Elgato, Avermedia, Hauppaug HD PVR, Roxio Game Capture etc.? This is the Big Question Youtubers all want to know. Because both PS4 and Xbox One has incorporated their own built in capture cards "BUT" no one hasn't said anything about recording commentary or video editing which is very important to the Youtube Gamplay Nation.....

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pop-voxuli3699d ago

Yeah I dont think anyone is asking that.

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Sitdown3699d ago (Edited 3699d ago )

Actually Microsoft has said something about editing and commentary...... at this time it seems like it is common knowledge that using the Kinect that you can actually do picture in picture commentary. If this is a question being asked, a simple Google search could help answer.

Edit: Yeah, I agree with pop-voxuli.

CommonSense3699d ago

Well, Sony doesn't allow capture through HDMI, and there is no component out of the box. As far as I know, you can still capture HDMI with Xbox one.

The other problem, though, is that the first generation of some of these devices don't have HDMI in. The new ones do.

theRell3699d ago (Edited 3699d ago )

An update will be coming for capture through HDMI.

Freedomland3699d ago


You can capture on ps4 with external devices before it was a problem with hdcp but with patch they will fix it.


fredrikpedersen3699d ago

But doesn't the PS4 only have HDMI out? If so, then that's a problem

Freedomland3699d ago


HDMI out only recognizes HDMI so with patch Sony will lift this restriction of hdcp and you will be able to record via hdmi to av or component cable.

SonyNGP3699d ago

I don't see the point of this "article". The guy asks if he should sell his capture device, and later says he wouldn't recommend it.

Also, the Xbox 360 did not have any HDCP encryption besides when playing media content, and neither will the Xbox One. The only device that requires a bypass (for HDMI) is the PS3, and PS4 (temporarily until the patch it, which is dumb cause it should've been there at launch).

AceBlazer133699d ago

I expect the recording on both consoles to be gimped in some form or manner so most people who want to take this gameplay commentaries thing seriously would still go for the hardware designed for it.So gettin rid off your capture cards would he kinda dumb.

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Roxio Game Capture HD PRO Review (Gamergeddon)

Gamergeddon writes: We covered the Roxio Game Capture last year, it was great for newcomers to video capturing offering 480p capturing while playing in HD, the bundled video editing software worked just fine and was good enough to cut your teeth on. But a year is a long time in technology and since then other capture devices such as the Elgato have appeared on the scene, offering HD capture within a similar price bracket.

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Review: Roxio Game Capture HD PRO - MKGaming.com

MKGaming.com get to grips with Roxio's new Game Capture HD PRO. A HD capture card that can stream directly to Twitch.

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lilmetal4054d ago

Wonders if this thing can do 1080p60...
No mention of that anywhere in the review.
Looks like a nice piece of hardware, but no way it'll replace my BMI Shuttle.

On another note, the review lists "non-PS3 HDMI connection" as a con, but you can't capture the PS3 through HDMI at all without first stripping the HDCP.

GamerSciz4053d ago

PS3 and 360 (new ones especially) have this built in. I have read there are some ways around it but still, it's technically not meant to be able to happen. Streaming 1080p via PS3 or 360 that is.


glennco4053d ago

The review is correct in its wording about no HDMI for PS3 and mentions component cables for use with PS3. hence the term non-PS3 HDMI as in no PS3 HDMI option.

Also you won't find a USB2 capture device with 1080p/60 by the looks of things. the only options are USB3 and thunderbolt cards for 1080/60. black magic design have a great range. usb2 cards can still pass through 1080/60 to the TV but can only record in 30 frames. so far anyway. 1080/30 is pretty good still if you only have usb2.

the competition is heating up finally, a couple of years ago there was very little choice for HDMI capture, now there are 4 or 5 options

what i would like to see is space for a HDD and the ability to capture directly to it without a PC as the processing is all done on the device anyway. and while i'm dreaming, also an ethernet port.