Best Streaming Capture Card: Elgato HD60 Pro
For gamers looking to record or stream there play, normal USB capture cards that plug into a PC via USB won't quite cut it. To get rid of that lag and have some legit passthrough to your gaming monitor at 60FPS and 1080p resolution you'll need the Elgato HD60 Pro. This is what all the pros use on Twitch and it goes into your rig like a normal card install.
Textures, tones, shadows, lens flares – you treasure every detail, so recording in the highest possible quality is non-negotiable. HD60 Pro features an advanced, onboard H.264 encoder that enables you to record unlimited footage in superb 1080p60 quality, at a bitrate up to 60Mbps. This, all while keeping your project file sizes small and CPU load minimal. Why settle for less?
The HD60 Pro comes with Instant Gameview, powering your stream with superior low latency technology, the best real-time broadcasting experience you can have to build your YouTube or Twitch audience. It's what I've been using all year long and I can vouch for it.
Want to take your streaming to the next level? Add in the Elgato Stream Deck, the first of its kind, the incredibly easy-to-use control pad that lets users control their OBS stream software and customize its buttons (text, images, color). No long do you need to your keyboard shortcuts, or worse, a mouse to manually flip between scenes, sources, or to access files, etc.. With these two Elgato pieces of hardware, you can stream like a pro as a one-player production crew. It's awesome!