[Cin] aw, we apparently missed more honest capture device
Terje J. Hanssen
terjejhanssen at gmail.com
Wed Feb 8 14:52:34 CET 2023
Den 08.02.2023 03:46, skrev Andrew Randrianasulu:
> it exist, just not (yet?) in Europe ...
4KVC00, interesting model worth to have a closer look at. And it
seemingly is available or at least prices in Europe for €71.99
If it has better cost/performance than other similar UVC v4L2 models, I
Looking at its tech specs, it has color precision
Deep Color 4K at 60Hz: Up to 8bit
Not really fair comparable with the "not so unexpensive" standalone SSD
recorder (BMD Hyperdeck Shuttle 2
Color Precision 10-bit
Video Sampling 4:2:2
And not to forget the 8-Bit vs 10-Bit Video Color Explained
(thousands/banding vs millions):
> ср, 8 февр. 2023 г., 05:19 Andrew Randrianasulu <randrianasulu at gmail.com>:
> 4KVC00 from "V AV access"
> in reviews
> A true YUY2, USB 3.0 capture card capable of 1080p 60fps!
> Reviewed in the United States on June 7, 2021
> For the price, this thing is awesome. It's actually USB 3.0
> (instead of just a fake blue connector) and is capable of
> delivering raw 1080p60 video for capture! I've been looking around
> for a good 1080p60 capture card for my Nintendo Switch, and this
> fits the bill quite nicely, as the loop-out keeps the gaming
> 'competitive' while the capture looks great.
> - Really captures at 1080p 60fps, and delivers sharp images
> (instead of blurrier 30fps ones you'll find on cheap USB 2.0
> MJPEG-based capture cards). YUY2 (the video format) is chroma
> subsampled though, which means that really small text may have a
> bit of discoloration, but for games it's not really an issue.
> - Low latency capture (at least from what I can tell in OBS preview)
> - Loop out (yay)
> - Works with Linux as a simple V4L2 capture device
> - Sound is nicely in sync
> - Price (I got it for like ~$40 or so, and haven't found anything
> this good at this price point - heck, it outclasses my AverMedia
> Live Gamer Mini I bought used at $60)
> aja and other stuff cost ... *much* more.
> even costlier, 800+!
> Anyway, in all cases cable (usb) might be limiting factor, too?
> I really hope this HAMA device actually just was plugged in wrong
> port or via wrong cable, otherwise I think it will be wise to
> replace it with something else (sadly cheap-end devices may change
> their guts without changing appearance, so ...russian roulette!)
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