The best game capture hardware

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  1. Subzero100
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    Subzero100 GBAtemp Regular

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    What would be the best hardware to get for recording gameplay?
     
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    Elgato is just a bit above the Hauppauge because it does not require its own power supply and you can play through it without being connected to a computer.

    http://www.amazon.com/Elgato-Capture-PlayStation-Recorder-10025010/dp/B00840353W

    I haven't looked too deeply into them but Avermedia gets good reviews. Especailly this one:


    http://gamerzone.avermedia.com//game_capture/live_gamer_portable
    Just about any internal device will do perfectly

    http://www.avermedia.com/Upload/1080p_game_capture/products.html#c127

    The BlackMagic Intensity is the top line for any capturing. I have yet to see an equivalent piece of hardware, especially the USB3.0 model.
    http://www.amazon.com/Blackmagic-Design-Intensity-Pro-Editing/dp/B001CN9GEA
     
  4. KDH

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    I've used an HD-PVR (older 1212 non-gaming model) and just got a Blackmagic Intensity Pro, and both devices offer outstanding quality for game recording, though I haven't had a chance to try HD recording on the Intensity Pro yet since my extra HDMI cables aren't here yet. I'll update this when I've tried it.
     
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