With an HDMI 1.4 interface, USB Capture HDMI Plus can capture signal from PS4, Xbox One, graphics cards, high definition cameras (professional/sports/surveillance/video conference) and other devices. The maximum input resolution and frame rate is 4960 x2160p60 (4:2:0). The device automatically down scales the video to 1080p60 for recording and streaming.
Compared to Magewell's original USB dongles with just an HDMI or SDI input, the USB Capture HDMI Plus and SDI Plus have an input interface as well as a loop through one, which enables monitoring the image while streaming and/or recording. In addition, the new dongles have different audio input and output functions. A 3.5mm audio interface allows for capture of analog audio from a separate audio device (not embedded in HDMI input). This eliminates the need for an additional audio capture device. The 3.5mm headphones interface allows for playback of audio (either extracted from the embedded HDMI audio or from the analog audio input).
The USB capture devices can be used in a variety of industries including sports and live events broadcasting and recording, video conferencing, medical imaging and surveillance. You can use it to capture a video output device or the desktop of the streaming computer.Video Processing by Hardware - The USB Capture Plus Family has video processing functions including up/down conversion, frame rate control, brightness/saturation/contrast/hue adjustment and de-interlacing. The device has powerful FPGAs to process video before transferring data to the computer resulting in 0 CPU usage.USB Capture Software Utility - A software included with the device enables advanced functions and more control over the device, such as resolution and frame rate setting, color space conversion, vertical flip and mirror, extraction of HDMI information, EDID, cropping and more.Better Audio - The USB Capture Family adopts ASRC (Asynchronous Sample Rate Converter) technology, which is used in professional USB sound cards.
The USB Capture Plus Family is compatible with Windows, Linux and Mac OS X and the device is compatible with most popular professional third party software for streaming, recording, video conferencing, video stitching, VJ, etc.
The devices use USB 3.0 interface. They also support a USB 2.0 interface. However, it is important to note that when a USB 2.0 interface is used, the real-time frame rate will be reduced due to limited bandwidth. Users can also use a USB 3.0-to-Type C cable to connect it via USB Type C interface on the computer. Additionally, the unit is powered over USB so no external power is needed.
Windows 7/8/8.1/10/2008/2008 R2/2012 (x86 & x64)
Linux (Ubuntu 12.04-16.10, CentOS 7)
OS X 10.9-10.11
– Wave API/DirectSound/WASAPI
– AV Foundation
Microsoft Media Encoder
Adobe Flash Media Encoder
Any other DirectShow, V4L2, QuickTime, AV Foundation bbased encoding or streaming software
– DVI-D 1.0
– HDMI 1.4
3.5mm audio jack
– Microphone interface
– compatible with USB 2.0
– compatible with USB 3.1 Gen 1
3.5mm audio jack
– headphones interface
– HDMI loop-through interface
Support for input video resolutions up to 4096×2160
|HDMI Specific Features|
297MHz HDMI receiver
Adaptive HDMI equalizer support for cables lengths up to 30M
Support for customized EDID
Support for extraction of AVI/Audio/SPD/MS/VS/ACP/ISRC1/ISRC2/Gamut InfoFrames
Full colorimetry support
Support for up to 4096×2160 4:4:4/4:2:2 30fps or 4096×2160 4:2:0 60fps input signals
For 4:2:0 input signals, the horizontal and vertical resolution will be reduced to 1/2 for capturing
For 4:4:4/4:2:2 input signal at more than 170MHz, the horizontal resolution will be reduced to 1/2 for capturing
Support for 2 channel IEC60958/IEC61937 audio streams
Support for extraction of audio formation information & channel status data
Support for extraction of video timing information
Support for extraction of 3D format information
Support for extraction of Sony/Canon DSLR time code
Support for Side-by-Side Half, Top-and-Bottom, Frame Packing 3D mode.
|Analog Audio Features|
Extract the embedded HDMI audio and output via 3.5mm headphones interface
Capture analog audio via 3.5 mm microphone interface
Integrate the functions of a USB audio card. Playback audio via 3.5 mm headphones interface. Support for recording the playback audio of the computer.
|Video Capture Format|
Support for capture resolutions up to 2048×1080 or 1920×1200
Support for output frame rates up to 60fps. (Actual output frame rate can be limited by the USB bandwidth.
Support for YUY2 4:2:2 8-bit
More capture format can be set using USB Capture Utility
|Video Processing Features|
Video processing pipelines with 160 Mpixels/s processing bandwidth
– Blend top & bottom field
– Top field only
– Bottom field only
Video aspect ratio conversion
– Auto or manual selection of input aspect ratio
– Auto or manual selection of output aspect ratio
– Three aspect ratio conversion modes: Ignore (Anamorphic), Cropping or Padding (Letterbox or Pillarbox)
Video color format conversion
– Auto or manual selection of input color format & quantization range
– Auto or manual selection of output color format, quantization range & saturation range
– Support for RGB, YCbCr 601, YCbCr 709, YCbCr 2020 color formats
– Support for Limited or Full quantization range
– Support for Limited, Full & ‘Extended gamut’ saturation range
Video frame rate conversion
|Multiple Devices on one computer|
Support for connecting multiple USB devices in one system
Set the device serial number as the device name shown in the system using USB Capture Utility
USB Capture SDK provide functions including signal status extraction, capture configuration, etc.
Multiple devices in one system can be upgraded simultaneously
Status LEDs indicate the working state of each channel: idle, input signal locked, memory failed or FPGA configuration failed.
98.1mm (L) x 56.8mm (W) x 17mm (H)
5V max current: 900mA
max power consumptionï¼š~4.5W
Operating temperature: 0 to 50 deg C
Storage temperature: -20 to 70 deg C
Relative Humidity: 5% to 90% non-condensing
USB 3.0 Cable