Elgato has officially launched a new external capture card for content creators - the HD60 X.
Built on the HD60 S+, the HD60 X comes with an all-new architecture with rear ports to keep cables out of sight. Connect it with a console and you'll be able to enjoy games while streaming in FullHD 1080p and 1080p 60fps HDR10 video recordings. It features Instant Gameview technology that syncs the broadcast with your gameplay, allowing your monitor ro capture feed with ulta low latency.
It allows you to enjoy playing the latest games on PlayStation and Xbox in 4K 60fps HDR10 quality along with a variable refresh rate for ultra smooth experience. For competitive gamers with high frame rate monitors, the device offers speedy HDR passthrough for fast-paced gaming in 1080p 240fps or 1440p 120fps.
The HD60 X is compatible with Elgato's game capture software, called 4K Capture Utility (4KCU) for you to record all content from gameplay and cutscenes to soundtracks, in 1080p 60fps HDR10 or 4K 30fps quality with 48kHz audio. It offers a few features such as Flashback Recording that automatically caches several hours of gameplay even when the software is not set to record and Live Commentary that lets you save your voice as a separate track and easily adjust the levels.
It has a Stream Link technology that outputs native feed to 4KCU and third-party broadcast software like OBS Studio to record a clean and clutter-free gameplay while streaming. Recordings will be saved directly to your hard drive in space-saving HEVC format. Files can be exported as AAF files for editing in Adobe Premiere or Vegas Pro.