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AverMedia Live GC311 Live Gamer Mini Capture Card

Rating: 8.0.

AVerMedia have catered to the new aspiring streamers or youtubers with the very affordable, 1080p 60FPS GC311 Live Gamer Mini (Portable) external capture card which is retailed at a price of £109.99. This puts it at £30 cheaper than the competing Elgato HD60s capture card. The AVerMedia GC311 seems to be an ideal addition to a setup if you plan to stream/record lag free, 1080p 60FPS on paper but does it tick all of the boxes for a good quality and complication free set up.

Watch via our Vimeo channel (below) or over on YouTube at 2160p HERE

 

Specifications:

  • Interface: Micro USB 2.0
  • Video Input: HDMI
  • Video Output (Pass-Through): HDMI
  • Audio Input: HDMI
  • Audio Output (Pass-Through): HDMI
  • Max Pass-Through Resolution: 1080p 60FPS
  • Max Recording Resolution: 1080p 60FPS
  • Supported Resolutions (Video Input): 1080p, 1080i, 720p, 576p, 480p, 480i
  • Recording Format: MPEG 4 (H.264+AAX) , Supports Hardware Encoding
  • Product Dimensions: 100mm(W) x 57mm(D) x 18.8mm(H)
  • Product Weight: 74.5g

Box Contents:

  • GC311 Live Gamer Mini Capture Card
  • USB Micro to Type-A Cable
  • Quickstart Guide

You can buy the AVerMedia GC311 Live Gamer Mini from OverclockersUK HERE

Pros:

  • Easy and simple set up and use
  • 1080 60FPS quality
  • LED lights to show whether: ready and working/ streaming/ recording and not working
  • Easily portable
  • Good affordable price

Cons:

  • AVerMedia REC software is a bit slow
  • With all cables in, it’s not very stable on surfaces
  • Doesn’t include HDMI cables

KitGuru says: The GC311 is definitely a very appealing option with it having such an affordable price point compared to other capture cards on the market. It provides a good quality upgrade to streams/videos helping give it that more professional look when people are watching your content

 

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Rating: 8.0.

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