DIGITNOW 4K60 Pro PCIe Capture Card 4K60 Game Capture, Ultra-Low Latency, Zero-Lag Passthrough, High Refresh Rate Capture for Recording, Streaming, PS5, PS4 Pro, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One X
- 【PCIE High-speed Interface】 PCI-Express video capture card is installed internally, directly to your motherboard to offer one of the fastest and most efficient ways to stream, record ,broadcast, online meeting ,online class or gaming over the web.
- 【4K Capture & HDMI Pass-through】DIGITNOW video capture card supports input max resolution 4K 60Hz and captures in 4K30Hz or 1080P 120fps resolution.4K Capture disk outputs a clean and clear excellent image quality in the best possible NV12 format without frame lag.
- 【Easy Installation】 Make sure that your PC is turned off and the power supply is unplugged, simply slide it into PCI-E X1 slot on your motherboard and twist one small screw to secure. After this, connect an HDMI cable to the “IN” port to whichever console you’d like to record from, and connect another HDMI cable to the “OUT” port so you can view it on your monitor or TV.
- 【Wide Applicability】This game capture card works flawlessly with most HDMI devices, such as PS5, PS4 , Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One X, Wii U, Nintendo Switch,Twitch, YouTube.
- 【Quality Guarantee】 DIGITNOW provide the 1 year warranty and 24-hour online technical support , which make sure customers are satisfied with our products.If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.
4K 60fps PRO HD
With 100% Zero-Lag, 4K 60fps video pass-through, DIGITNOW 4K Ultra HD capture card allows you to enjoy mesmerizing 4K high dynamic range gameplay and record at 4Kp30.
Video grabber supports your gaming time crisply and stably, for Zoom Skype working meetings, gameplay, live streaming, online lessons, audio/video recording.
Game Capture for Streaming
HDMI capture card works with applications such as XSplit, Streamlabs or OBS, giving you access to powerful tools to produce content. Share your game video to Software&Platform: OBS Studio, Twitch, YouTube, XSplit, Facebook Live, and more.