The USB 3.0 A-type port is connected to the unused USB 3.0 interface through the USB 3.0 wire
The indicator light is normally on after the computer USB interface is connected
HD input port-connect the HD video source via a HDMI wire (purchased on your own)
Interface: HDMI USB3.0
Use with OBS Studio software:
Go to the link and download the corresponding OBS Studio installation program according to the computer operating system, and install it according to the installation procedure.
Using USB3.0 wire to connect the acquisition box to the USB3.0 interface of the computer, the system will automatically install the hardware, you can "FHD Camera" under "device Manager".
With a HDMI wire connecting the acquisition box and the HDMI output interface of the video source which needs to be collected, the initial installation and connection are completed.
(For HD acquisition boxes, if necessary, you can use an HDMI cable to connect the acquisition box's HDMI output with the TV's HDMI input to preview the video on a large screen. )
Double-click to open OBS Studio software, click on the "source" window under the "icon", in the screen to click "video capture settings".
Select "FHD Camera" in the drop-down box next to "device", select "output Desktop Audio (WaveOut)" in the drop-down box next to "Audio output Mode", and select "Digital Audio Interface (2-FHD Webcamera)" in the drop-down box next to "Audio device". And click OK.
1 x 1080P HD Video Capture
|System||Windows 7, 8, 10, MacOS X 10.9 or above, Linux||Support resolution||720 x 480 (60p)|
|720 x 576 (50p)|
|1280 x 720p (50p)|
|Desktop: Intel Core i5-3400 + NVIDIA GT630||1280 x 720p(60p)|
|1920 x 1080 (50i)|
|Notebook: Intel Core i7-U 2.0 GHz + NVIDIA GT735, Mac: i5 quad-core or above, graphics compatible with DirectX 10, sound card, 4GB RAM, USB 3.0||1920 x 1080 (60i)|
|Powered by: Intel chipset with built-in USB 3.0 controller (Renesas, Fresco, etc.)|
|Support for third-party software||OBS Studio (windows,OS X)||1920 x 1080 (24p)|
|QuickTime Player (OS X)|
|Windows Media Encoder (Windows)||1920 x 1080 (25p)|
|Adobe Flash Media Live -Encoder (Windows, OS X)||1920 x 1080 (30p)|
|Real Producer Plus (Windows)||1920 x 1080 (50p)|
|VLC (Windows, OS X, Linux)||1920 x 1080 (60p)|
|QuickTime Broadcaster (OS X)|
|Wirecast (Windows,OS X)|
|Capture quality||Up to 1080P 60 frames|