Gamers looking to record their exploits for bragging rights and posterity might be interested to learn that Hauppauge has unveiled a new HD-PVR gaming edition video recorder at CES this week.
Together with another records which is tailored more for the home users, named the HD-PVR 2 model 1512, that allows users to create a library of their favorite cable TV or satellite TV programs in HD.
The new HD PVR 2 GE Plus gaming edition video recorder adds SPDIF and full surround sound audio to game recordings, and has been designed to be used with the Xbox 360, PS3 and PC.
HD PVR 2 GE Plus can record the surround sound audio along with the game play in HD, where SPDIF and surround sound audio are used. The Hauppauge HD PVR GE Plus recorder also has full surround sound audio pass-through, and comes bundled with Hauppauge’s StreamEez video streaming application. Features include:
– A built-in HD video encoder that was designed for the TV broadcast industry. All recordings are in H.264, which is the video format used to make HD Blu-ray discs.
– High definition HDMI and component video recording at up to 1080p30.
– HDMI “no delay pass-through” so gamers can record their game play while playing the game on a TV monitor.
– A built-in record button for simple manual starting and stopping of recordings.
– StreamEez for streaming game play using Twitch and Ustream.
– The Personal Logo inserter, for adding a digital inserter logo to recordings.
Both new Hauppauge HD-PVR recorders will be available from February 1st 2013 and will be available in North America and Europe. Unfortunately no information on pricing has been released as yet.
Source: Yahoo NewsFiled Under: Gaming News