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A capture card is an indispensable tool for recording game footage on your console. But why exactly is that? While PC users can use a plethora of different software such as XSplit or Fraps to record game play directly on their machine, console owners don't have it that easy. If you own a PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch or pretty much any other console, a good capture card will allow you to record and store material externally, as well as move it to your PC with no effort. Features: Works with most third-party software and Operating Systems including:Windows, Mac OSX, Linux. Supports up to 1920x1080 at 60fps (1080p) and up/down conversion of video without CPU interaction. Converts HDMI to standard PC webcam data. Converts video and audio from HDMI to USB Video Class (UVC) and USB Audio Class (UAC) data. The sleek, design requires no external power and eliminates visual clutter. Customize for your application with a plug-and-play solution-no driver downloads. Hardware requirements: Desktop：Intel Core i5-3400+NVIDIA GT630 Notebook：Intel Core i7-U 2.0GHz+NVIDIA GT735 Mac：i5 quad-core or above, video card compatible with DirectX 10, sound card, 4GB DDR3 or more USB 3.0 Power Supply：Intel Chipset with Built-in USB 3.0 Controller (Renesas, Fresco, etc.) Warm Tips: 1. Do not use HUB or USB extension cable. 2. It must be connected to the computer's USB 3.0 interface use. 3. A low computer configuration will cause the recording screen to blinking randomly or black. 4. This is a normal phenomenon that is the recording screen and the original screen is not synchronized.