Elgato reveals their new 4K60 Pro capture card

Will 4K streaming ever become popular?

Elgato reveals their new 4K60 Pro capture card

Elgato reveals their new 4K60 Pro capture card

At Gamescom 2017 Elgato has been showing off their newest video capture device, the 4K60 Pro, a device that looks like it is capable of recording 4K 60FPS gameplay in real-time, which is a first for an Elgato product. 
Right now, it is unknown whether or not this new capture card will support HDR recordings, though Elgato says that they plan on releasing more information on this new product soon. 


Elgato reveals their new 4K60 Pro capture card  

With the release of Sony's PS4 Pro and the upcoming release of Microsoft's Xbox One X, direct 4K capture will be of interest to a lot of people, particularly to those who enjoy YouTube content creation or game Streaming. 


You can join the discussion on Elgato's upcoming 4K60 Pro streaming card on the OC3D Forums


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21-08-2017, 21:16:37

To bad the new consoles won't record at 4k60. Will just be a 4k30 for 99% of all the gamesQuote

22-08-2017, 03:51:11

4k30 is more than enough for a video though.Quote

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