Video Capture Device HDMI Input and Output - Game Capture Card for Streaming - August VGB500
- Brand: August In Stock
- SKU: AUG VGB500
Full 1080p 60fps recording and streaming from HDMI Inputs
HDMI Passthrough Allows Lag-Free Playback in Real Time
Stream on Mac, Stream on Windows, Stream on Linux! Fully compatible
USB 3.0 Connector Keeps Up With HDMI Video Rates
Plug and Play with No Driver Downloads
Share your hobbies with the world!
A video gaming capture card is a must-have item when it comes to streaming equipment, recording for YouTube or commenting on video game footage. With HDMI Passthrough ensuring Lag-Free 1080P footage, the August VGB500 will be a must-have for anyone who loves to revel in gaming, but can also be used for any number of other hobbies.
Plug and Play and compatible with all streaming software such as OBS, XSplit, Stream Labs and many more. You will be up and running in no time to share your footage either by recording and uploading to YouTube or Streaming to your live viewers over on Twitch all with just a few clicks of a button.
HDMI Input Capture Card PC and Consoles
The VGB500 is a simple flat box with 3 primary components:
USB 3.0 Connection - This connects the video capture device to your PC or Laptop, to stream or record as you please.
HDMI INPUT - This allows you to connect a games console, video camera and other HDMI video sources to the card. This footage will be what is recorded / streamed!
HDMI OUTPUT - This allows lossless output of your capture, so you can game on a monitor alongside you PC without any latency, or watch back your recording in real time without having to view it via OBS / stream.
Having the HDMI input available makes the VGB500 compatible with a huge range of consoles and devices. As a game capture card you can easily capture PS5 or Series consoles as well as older generations like PS4 or Xbox One.
Combine this with a PC Microphone like the REC100 and a webcam or standalone camera and you'll have a working streamer set up in no time!
HDMI Video Capture Passthrough
The HDMI passthrough (HDMI out port) means that your gaming will be unaffected by any input lag, a huge factor for any gamer! No disruptions or interruptions, allowing you to play your best whilst recording or streaming.
HDMI Output allows you to play and record your games in real time. No latency or dropped frames on the game screen during recording and streaming. Increase the snappiness of comments on your games and exploits during recording and live streaming.
Compatible with FREE Video Capture Software
Thanks to its compatibility with various capture software including OBS Studio, this box allows you to get into the hobby right away.
OBS is made for content creators of all kinds, from sharing your garden online to competing for a Speedrunning world record, OBS lets you record your footage and output it to Twitch or YouTube directly.
For a guide on using the VGB500 with OBS, check the walkthrough here.
Plug & Play USB 3.0 Design
This capture card uses HDMI to USB connection, with USB Automatic Driver Installation allowing you to be set up in seconds without having to scroll through the internet for drivers. Simply plug the device into a USB 3.0 Slot or higher (And your HDMI devices) and you will be ready to go.
USB 3.0 offers speeds fast enough to facilitate high-fidelity video from HDMI. Please use a USB 3.0 port (Easily identifiable by the bright blue plastic inside the port) with this video capture device or you will experience lower quality recordings as USB 2.0 ports will bottleneck the process.
Computer System Requirements:
Operating System: Windows 11, 10, 8 and 7 / Mac OS X 10.9+ / Chromebook & Linux
CPU: Intel i5 or AMD FX8350 Higher
RAM: 4GB or Higher
DirectX 10 or Higher
Quick Start Guide (Full Manual Available on Request)
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Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Device is not detected?
A: Please try a different USB port and ensure the device is given time to auto-run driver installation.
Q: How Do I Know Which HDMI to plug where?
A: The HDMI ports are labelled HDMI IN and HDMI OUT. Essentially your console will connect to IN and your monitor or TV connects to OUT, while the PC running the software connects via USB 3.0.
Q: What Software Do I Need?
A: OBS Open Broadcast Software is a free, open-source tool that can detect and display your video, audio and game capture devices! Head to OBS Project to download the right version for your device, use the OBS Studio Android App
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