Need Suggestion on Internal Capture Card

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I am wanting some advice on the best internal capture card? I would like it to have 1080P (4K if possible) and if possible HDMI and RCA (red, white, yellow) and Toslink.

the reason, why I m, hesitate is I 've heard ppl with capture cards have issued from time to time and software that come with cards is poor made and optimized

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Isn't like the Elgato is the only one? If I would get one, it would be an external one. So the computer doesn't have to take the heavy burden of recording as well.
 

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Elgato is the best way to go every time when it comes to internal cap cards, there are others out there but you will have more issues with them than they are worth.
 

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Read that the 4K Pro mk.2 have a lot of stuff ironed out and the software isn't an issue anymore.
 

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Isn't like the Elgato is the only one? If I would get one, it would be an external one. So the computer doesn't have to take the heavy burden of recording as well.

Elgato is capture software. my computer isn't a pushover and can handle heavy task so if there is an internal capture card that is best over an external card

But of course i m open to either
 

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K Pro mk.2 does anyone know if this will support resolutions as low as 480P? since even with the only HDMI I can convert RCA to HDMI? could it be able to capture at 4:3 ratio?
 

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