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Hey all!

I'm a prolific YouTuber who records Trading Card Game matches. I recently got a new computer that can actually handle multiple 1080p input streams. The problem is that the Logitech software that comes with my c920 cameras can't record multiple streams at all.

Does anybody know of a cheap-to-free program that can handle asynchronous and synchronous audio/video recording from multiple webcams at the same time? Right now, I've got two Logitech c920 webcams and a Logitech c525 webcam. At minimum, I'd like to be able to record from the two 920s at the same time, as they can record up to 1080p. If I could record from the 525 as well, that would be great, but it's lower priority as it can only record 720p.

Thanks for your help!

~Bullados
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Have you tried just a regular streaming program like Xsplit? I would think you would be able to set the different cams as various overlays and arrange them how you wish.
 
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Hadn't really thought about that. Unfortunately, I don't think that really suits my needs that well. I need to be able to record multiple different games at the same time to different recording files. Unless there's an easy-to-use, inexpensive-to-free video editing software that can still save the video streams in 1080p, I don't know how that would be able to help me.

Thanks for the suggestion, though!
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