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Avermedia Game Broadcaster HD (C127) Reviews

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AVerMedia Game Broadcaster HD Review

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Pros: Cheap, 1080p video recording, HDMI and VGA inputs, great quality

Cons: Bloated software, no outputs (only software output)

[youtube]SHLideFKBBg[/youtube] The Avermedia Game Broadcaster HD is a PCIe card which is installed into your computer. On the back it has both VGA and HDMI inputs for recording up to 1080p Full HD at 60 frames per second. To record content, you need install the card into your computer, install the included ‘Aver MediaCenter 3D’ software (or other 3rd party alternatives) and plug in your HDMI or VGA device. Inside the box there is the actual card, an installation CD (however I recommend downloading the latest drivers and software off the Avermedia website), a quick install guide, a component to VGA adapter, a dual RCA to 3.5mm adapter, a 3.5mm to 3.5mm cable and a low profile...
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