Elgato HD60 S+ USB 3.0 Game Capture Device
- Built for both PC and Mac
- Supports any streaming software including OBS Studio, Streamlabs OBS, and XSplit for full creative control
- 1080p60 HDR10 quality provides stunning game captures at high resolution
- 4K60 HDR zero-lag passthrough lets you play high-fidelity console games in their original format
- Instant Gameview technology with ultra-low-latency technology ensures a smooth and powerful workflow
- Unlimited footage recording sends all the captured action to your hard drive
- Flashback Recording saves all that dramatic footage to make your post-production easier
- Live Commentary function allows you to include and fine-tune your voice
- USB 3.0 guarantees smooth and lag-free connectivity
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Of the 678 reviewers who responded, 612 would recommend this product.
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- Truly a no-nonsense capture card!- September 3, 2021
I needed to replace my old capture card because it wasn't compatible with Windows 10, and decided to pay that little extra for a HD60 S+. You definitely get what you pay for with an Elgato product. This capture card is a workhorse! The HD60 S+ is truly plug and play. No drivers to install and set up was super quick. The 4K Capture Utility is not even necessary to install if you don't need the passthrough or record from it, and just want to use it to capture via OBS. For 1080p 60fps capture, this is the most reliable and no-nonsense capture card I've owned. Will definitely look into the 4K60 PRO as my next upgrade though.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Very easy to setup and start using- May 22, 2020
This capture card works great. For those who may be deciding on whether to buy the "HD60 S+" or the "HD60 S," there's one major thing that separates the two: the supported passthrough resolutions. - If you intend on connecting the "HDMI Out" port to a 4K (3840x2160) monitor/screen, this -- the "HD60 S+" -- is the one you should choose - If you intend on connecting the "HDMI Out" port to a 1080p (1920x1080) or smaller monitor/screen, the "HD60 S" is the one you should choose The other difference between the two capture cards relates to HDR. The "HD60 S+" can passthrough and capture HDR10 signals. The "HD60 S" cannot do this.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Finicky.- November 8, 2020
So, I bought this capture card to record gameplay from a OSSC going into my Original Xbox. The signal would cut out and I'd have to unplug and replug it every time I opened a game from my dashboard (as that ran at 720p, and opening a game would change the resolution to 960p). But, other than that, I was having sound issues out of a upscaler (which just output at a locked 1080p), so I used the analog sound input. I found out that the issue with the Elgato losing signal wasn't even resolution, it was refresh rate. One of the operating refresh rates was 59.94 Hz, and the other was 60.00 Hz. This issue caused me to return what was an otherwise decently working card.No, I would not recommend this to a friend.