The new HD PVR 2 Gaming Edition from Hauppauge is the best way to record your Xbox 360 or PS3 game play on your PC–now with 1080p ‘no-delay passthrough’ and HDMI input and output. The HD PVR 2 Gaming Edition is the latest in Hauppauge’s series of HD video game recorders. HD PVR 2 adds

The new HD PVR 2 Gaming Edition from Hauppauge is the best way to record your Xbox 360 or PS3 game play on your PC–now with 1080p ‘no-delay passthrough’ and HDMI input and output. The HD PVR 2 Gaming Edition is the latest in Hauppauge’s series of HD video game recorders. HD PVR 2 adds some great new features to the HD PVR, which was the world’s first High Definition video recorder for making real-time H.264 compressed recordings (Blu-ray quality) from your Xbox or PS3 game play. HD PVR 2 records HD video gameplay using HDMI for the Xbox 360 or Component video for the PS3. To make setup super easy, you can leave your video game console at 1080p60 and record either HDMI (Xbox 360) or Component video (PS3) at up to 1080p30.

Product Features

  • Uses H.264 encoding in HD to capture your game play in stunning HD
  • Uses HDMI to connect to your TV set from either Xbox 360 or PS3. Setup is a snap
  • Comes with a 6 ft long HDMI cable to connect to your Xbox, and a Component Video cable to connect to your PS3 (Sony only allows gameplay recording through a component connection at this time)
  • With no delay passthrough, so you can play your games while recording
  • With one click you can share your game play with your friends and fans on YouTube
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Comments

Maureen Swan says:

Great for recording video game consoles To start off, I’m writing this review solely from the perspective of someone using this to record footage from video game consoles (an Xbox 360, in my case), because that’s why I bought it and that’s all I’ve used it for so far.Upon opening the box, I was pleasantly surprised to discover that there was a component cable included, a nice bonus. The first thing you’ll notice is how light the device itself is. The all-plastic body and the lack of weight contribute to give it a slight…

K. Martin says:

Not for the faint of heart Here’s the summary: – Not a DVR. This is a pass-thru from audio/video source to PC. – Generates H.264 at Baseline Profile 1.0 only — not the High Profile 4.1 that x264.exe-based programs generate. The Baseline H.264 quality is not as good as the High Profile quality using the same bit rate. – Generates default .M2TS files which are difficult to edit — use the .TS file output instead for easier editing. – Arcsoft software is good for capturing…

Dan (aka THXkid) says:

Best Hi def recorder on the market currently June postingok I would have given this 5 stars but this comes with current problem with it, this has optical in for 5.1DD recording at this time hauppuage can not get this to work so you are stuck with PCM 2.0 or audio from the analog imputs, now to the rest, it records video at 1920×1080 at same or near Blu ray discs, you have a choice of bitrate constant from 1 to 13.5 Kb or on variable all the way up to 20.2, this records in the same codeec (AVCHD) as blu ray and HD DVD discs, it…

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