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A lot of other game capture devices out there piggy-back onto your PC processor to encode and render the video It is very easy to use and anyone who is familiar with video recording will not have any troubles. The included software is NOT editing software, just FYI, but rather the software to set up how you want to record and adjust different things about how the device functions. The capture device still has to have USB power to function, however. The downside to PC Free mode is that the device has to be configured before you use it.

Otherwise it will use a default profile which, for most people is fine, but if you have very specific needs it needs to be pre-configured before you take it with you somewhere else.

The device does NOT have a special mic input, so if you want to record live narration you will have to do it through the computer or console you are using. When the Live Gamer is attached to a computer, you can optionally use a mic to record a separate MP3 file which I would HIGHLY recommend so that you can later adjust the volume levels in another program like Movie Maker or whatever you prefer.

Now, for those hoping to use this with an Xbox One, lemme give you a few tips: 1. Make sure the Live Gamer is hooked up as close to the Xbox One as is possible, meaning that there isn’t a lot of connections between the Xbox and the device.

Plug the Xbox directly into the device if you can. If the HDMI feed is already going through other things like receivers or media splitters before it gets to the Live Gamer you may run into problems with the quality or functionality. If the copy protection is active, the game capture will not work at all. So, do this hard reset to get it work properly and remember that most of the snap apps will engage the copy protect.

If all you want to do it record your game, it works beautifully, but if you want to record a game AND a snap app like Netflix or any sort of other media, it will likely block the content. Amazing, once you work out the kinks. Tips inside! I love this little device. I gave it five stars not because it’s perfect – It does have it’s issues – But Avermedia’s frequent firmware updates and general support make this product something I can easily stand behind and believe will improve.

If you are only planning to record and archive videos without livestreaming, then rest assure this unit does an excellent job, and there’s really no reason to read further.

It’s great. I’m going to cover livestreaming, specifically to Twitch. First of all, getting the unit setup and installed is super simple. So is installing OBS. Then you come into the problem of how does it work!? The app is available on their website – It’s official software, so no worries!

Once you have it installed and set up, there’s a few catches, of course: The first catch is that OBS has to be ran in 32bit mode. It won’t work in 64bit. Not really a big deal, to be honest. I think you get better results with the 32bit version of OBS anyways, and there’s no drawbacks to using it, even on a Win 7 64bit system like my own.

Second, you must open OBS while Skype is closed. This has actually been a big source of confusion for many people – If Skype is open it will eat the stream engine process and it will not show up in OBS. It works perfectly. The second issue is audio desyncing. There’s two tricks to making this work. My first piece of advice is to check the box in OBS that syncs the audio to desktop timestamps.

My second, take close attention to your upload bandwidth, and find the sweet spot. If you go too low, or too high, you’ll easily encounter audio sync issues. I find that p at kbps seems to do a trick, but it’s different for everyone depending on bandwidth.

Nowadays you don’t need a whole lot to stream, but the LGP is a tad picky. Just be patient. You’ll eventually figure it out without much trouble. Once you find that sweetspot you’re in! It took me less than 3 hours to set up OBS properly and compared to my previous experiences with streaming this is actually more than acceptable. Other devices took days to set up. The quality is easily the best outside of PCI-e options.

If you’re looking for a USB unit this is totally the way to go. If you want the best of the best, then Avermedia Live Gamer HD is the product you should be looking at! The unit comes with everything you need to hook up to pretty much any console that supports HDMI or component. If you’re looking to stream over composite this is possible as well, although you may need to buy an additional cable. I don’t often stream from my NES so this didn’t bother me much.

Plus once I got the correct 3rd party cable everything was great. You will have to connect through the included component cable. I found this to be quite acceptable. You’re limited to p and i, but since I stream most games on p, it wasn’t a problem. It may be for you.

If this is true then HDMI pass-thru will work flawlessly. It’s not surprising, either, since HDCP proved to be a poor idea that is slowly being phased out of electronics anyways. I really don’t think there is a better portable USB model on the market. Compared to the Elgato, which I have to say I love, this unit is quite similar but a huge upgrade in terms of user-friendly installation and compatibility. Just keep in mind it’s a set top box and I wouldn’t particularly call it portable.

It also lacks features like recording to SD. If these features interest you, most definitely give it a look! Personally I don’t have any use for them, but I believe a lot of users will.

Overall I can highly recommend this device, and it just keeps getting better as Avermedia keeps on top of updating it. See all reviews. Top reviews from other countries. Could save you money. This is most frequently due to the end-user trying to use a more modern SD card format than the LGP can handle.

Save your money and don’t experiment with expensive high capacity SD cards – they will not work. Please note the following comments are exclusively for the LGP C model and are probably not directly applicable to more recent products such as the LGP 2 or later.

Don’t try to use later versions from the website which are meant for more up-to-date products. Just use the latest versions available for the C model on avermedia. I can’t comment on Mac usage or problems. The SD card must be Class 10 to be fast enough for capture. Note in PC free mode the maximum capture frame rate is 30fps, while in PC mode it is 60 fps. I successfully use U3 cards, but I haven’t tried a U1 card.

The card suggested below comes pre-formatted as FAT32, but the Windows 10 format utility can be used with it to reformat it as FAT32 afresh. When the capture reaches this size a new capture file is opened and so on and so forth. These files are saved in. If saved to. Instead I convert my combined. There is a. It is not well publicised. I cannot quote the URL for Avermedia here but technical information is available there. The device works and can be running without any crashes on a macbook touchbar 15″ 2.

Update: managed to find a pc with windows to try, it worked fine after a long install ie other things needed to install alongside OBS. One person found this helpful. Card arrived last night and I gave it a test with my Xbox One. As some other’s have stated, the documentation is pretty threadbare. A couple of quick points: 1.

 
 

 

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To put it simply, if you want a device that will basically record almost any HDMI feed provided it is not copy protected, more on that later , than this is what you want. A lot of other game capture devices out there piggy-back onto your PC processor to encode and render the video It is very easy to use and anyone who is familiar with video recording will not have any troubles. The included software is NOT editing software, just FYI, but rather the software to set up how you want to record and adjust different things about how the device functions.

The capture device still has to have USB power to function, however. The downside to PC Free mode is that the device has to be configured before you use it. Otherwise it will use a default profile which, for most people is fine, but if you have very specific needs it needs to be pre-configured before you take it with you somewhere else.

The device does NOT have a special mic input, so if you want to record live narration you will have to do it through the computer or console you are using. When the Live Gamer is attached to a computer, you can optionally use a mic to record a separate MP3 file which I would HIGHLY recommend so that you can later adjust the volume levels in another program like Movie Maker or whatever you prefer. Now, for those hoping to use this with an Xbox One, lemme give you a few tips: 1.

Make sure the Live Gamer is hooked up as close to the Xbox One as is possible, meaning that there isn’t a lot of connections between the Xbox and the device. Plug the Xbox directly into the device if you can. If the HDMI feed is already going through other things like receivers or media splitters before it gets to the Live Gamer you may run into problems with the quality or functionality.

If the copy protection is active, the game capture will not work at all. So, do this hard reset to get it work properly and remember that most of the snap apps will engage the copy protect. If all you want to do it record your game, it works beautifully, but if you want to record a game AND a snap app like Netflix or any sort of other media, it will likely block the content.

Amazing, once you work out the kinks. Tips inside! I love this little device. I gave it five stars not because it’s perfect – It does have it’s issues – But Avermedia’s frequent firmware updates and general support make this product something I can easily stand behind and believe will improve.

If you are only planning to record and archive videos without livestreaming, then rest assure this unit does an excellent job, and there’s really no reason to read further.

It’s great. I’m going to cover livestreaming, specifically to Twitch. First of all, getting the unit setup and installed is super simple. So is installing OBS. Then you come into the problem of how does it work!? The app is available on their website – It’s official software, so no worries! Once you have it installed and set up, there’s a few catches, of course: The first catch is that OBS has to be ran in 32bit mode. It won’t work in 64bit. Not really a big deal, to be honest.

I think you get better results with the 32bit version of OBS anyways, and there’s no drawbacks to using it, even on a Win 7 64bit system like my own.

Second, you must open OBS while Skype is closed. This has actually been a big source of confusion for many people – If Skype is open it will eat the stream engine process and it will not show up in OBS. It works perfectly. The second issue is audio desyncing. There’s two tricks to making this work. My first piece of advice is to check the box in OBS that syncs the audio to desktop timestamps.

My second, take close attention to your upload bandwidth, and find the sweet spot. If you go too low, or too high, you’ll easily encounter audio sync issues. I find that p at kbps seems to do a trick, but it’s different for everyone depending on bandwidth.

Nowadays you don’t need a whole lot to stream, but the LGP is a tad picky. Just be patient. You’ll eventually figure it out without much trouble. Once you find that sweetspot you’re in!

It took me less than 3 hours to set up OBS properly and compared to my previous experiences with streaming this is actually more than acceptable. Other devices took days to set up. The quality is easily the best outside of PCI-e options. If you’re looking for a USB unit this is totally the way to go. If you want the best of the best, then Avermedia Live Gamer HD is the product you should be looking at! The unit comes with everything you need to hook up to pretty much any console that supports HDMI or component.

If you’re looking to stream over composite this is possible as well, although you may need to buy an additional cable. I don’t often stream from my NES so this didn’t bother me much. Plus once I got the correct 3rd party cable everything was great. You will have to connect through the included component cable. I found this to be quite acceptable. You’re limited to p and i, but since I stream most games on p, it wasn’t a problem.

It may be for you. If this is true then HDMI pass-thru will work flawlessly. It’s not surprising, either, since HDCP proved to be a poor idea that is slowly being phased out of electronics anyways. I really don’t think there is a better portable USB model on the market. Compared to the Elgato, which I have to say I love, this unit is quite similar but a huge upgrade in terms of user-friendly installation and compatibility.

Just keep in mind it’s a set top box and I wouldn’t particularly call it portable. It also lacks features like recording to SD. If these features interest you, most definitely give it a look!

Personally I don’t have any use for them, but I believe a lot of users will. Overall I can highly recommend this device, and it just keeps getting better as Avermedia keeps on top of updating it.

See all reviews. Top reviews from other countries. Could save you money. This is most frequently due to the end-user trying to use a more modern SD card format than the LGP can handle. Save your money and don’t experiment with expensive high capacity SD cards – they will not work. Please note the following comments are exclusively for the LGP C model and are probably not directly applicable to more recent products such as the LGP 2 or later.

Don’t try to use later versions from the website which are meant for more up-to-date products. Just use the latest versions available for the C model on avermedia. I can’t comment on Mac usage or problems. The SD card must be Class 10 to be fast enough for capture. Note in PC free mode the maximum capture frame rate is 30fps, while in PC mode it is 60 fps. I successfully use U3 cards, but I haven’t tried a U1 card.

The card suggested below comes pre-formatted as FAT32, but the Windows 10 format utility can be used with it to reformat it as FAT32 afresh. When the capture reaches this size a new capture file is opened and so on and so forth. These files are saved in. If saved to. Instead I convert my combined. There is a. It is not well publicised. I cannot quote the URL for Avermedia here but technical information is available there. The device works and can be running without any crashes on a macbook touchbar 15″ 2.

Update: managed to find a pc with windows to try, it worked fine after a long install ie other things needed to install alongside OBS. One person found this helpful. Card arrived last night and I gave it a test with my Xbox One. As some other’s have stated, the documentation is pretty threadbare.

A couple of quick points: 1. The device powers over USB. Sony Vegas will not work with this natively, but Adobe Premiere will. The literature for it said that is records mpg4 files, yet Vegas see’s the files as an mpg2 transport stream.

 
 

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