P Panoraxy USB Video Capture Card, 1080FHD Recording, USB Output,HDMI Input, [email protected] Input,Video Recording,Easy Operation, No Driver Needed, Live Streaming
P Panoraxy USB Capture Video Card MN1080P60S offer 1080P FHD High Quality Recording and live steaming. You can enjoy much clear video for your recording, live streaming, broadcasting live.
Compatible with Windows, MAC and Linux—It supports most systems, more options for you.
Upto 3840*2150@30HZ High Definition Input, Stunning 1080P FHD Video Recording.
Easy Operation, Plug in and Play, No Driver is needed. Follow the direction, within short time, you can record and stream what you desire.
Panroaxy MN1080P60S USB 2.0 video card meets most application for recording such as on line class, live streaming on YouTube, or gaming playing. If you need extreme experience for gaming, you can order 4KHD60S model in our store.
Video Standard: YUV. Brand: P Panoraxy. Hardware Interface: USB, USB 3.0, USB 2.0. Best Sellers Rank: #88 in Internal TV Tuner & Video Capture Cards. Customer Reviews: 4.2 out of 5 stars 169 ratings 4.2 out of 5 stars. Date First Available: May 8, 2020. ASIN: B088BGXW6D. Manufacturer: P Panoraxy. Color: Mini. Package Dimensions: 5.31 x 3.74 x 1.1 inches. Item Weight: 2.46 ounces. Item model number: MN1080P. Brand: P Panoraxy.
Specification: P Panoraxy USB Video Capture Card, 1080FHD Recording, USB Output,HDMI Input, [email protected] Input,Video Recording,Easy Operation, No Driver Needed, Live Streaming
8 reviews for P Panoraxy USB Video Capture Card, 1080FHD Recording, USB Output,HDMI Input, [email protected] Input,Video Recording,Easy Operation, No Driver Needed, Live Streaming
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Christopher G. –
I plugged it directly into my computer, I plugged my Panasonic G7 into the wall for continuous power, and plugged the camera into the Capture Card (via micro hdmi to hdmi) and boom, Zoom/Skype/Discord/OBS/Google Meet/Google Hangouts all recognize my mirrorless camera as a webcam. Also, the capture card picked up the audio from my camera’s microphone (totally unexpected). Would highly recommend for anyone who works from home and wants something better than a webcam for zoomRead more
Zack W. –
In terms of price to performance, this stick is quite good. I was skeptical whether a $40 usb 2 capture stick would be worth it, but it takes the video output of my Panasonic TM700k without any problems. There’s no audio signal passed through as far as I can tell, so I’m using a Zoom H2n as an external mic. I’ve also tested it with my 5Dmk3, and had no problems in Zoom or Google Meet. If you have extra gear laying around, this is a decent way to turn older cameras into webcams. Some of the USB-C capture dongles seem to accept audio without a problem, so that may be worth the extra $60-100 to to you.Read more
I really wanted to like this product. I plugged it in to my laptop. My computer picked it up with no issues. Took about 5 min for me to figure out how to get picture and sound to work with my vmix software. Then about 15 min later it stopped working. It was very hot. I unplugged it and let it cool down, but now it will not do anything. and my computer will not read it. So worked great for 15 min, but I’m returning it and buying a better one. I would not purchase this product again.Read more
*VERY* easy to use capture card, cheap too! The recommended use case is to turn your camcorder, etc into a webcam and I suppose it works fine for that. If you want to use this to stream a computer screen with any level of detail, look elsewhere. In 720p and 1080p there are very significant compression artefacts. Sharp lines get blurry, text is hardly readable anymore, that sort of thing. There is a noticable delay but it’s well under a second so, again, for webcam use it’s probably fine. For gaming or even controlling a mouse pointer get something with a loop port on it.Read more
It’s a good value if your expectations are not too high. I tried using this to monitor one PC from another (not a recommended use case). Small text and details have noticable compression noise even with 1080p input and output. There is also at least a half second of lag. It would be nice to tune for higher quality or lower latency but for something that fits in a USB stick there’s only so much it can do. It shows up automatically as a directx input and you have a few options like frame rate and encoding. MPEG worked best for me. It’s easy to grab with VLC or PotPlayer. A NOTE on PotPlayer: people have reported recent versions as having adware and trackers so you may want to look for an older version.Read more
Tiffany J –
I followed the exact instructions included with the device and could not get it to work. it’s not compatible with any video game console, and does not work with OBS as advertised. won’t work with StreamLabs either, or Twitch’s own stream software. just a black screen with no video or audio no matter what software I used, with four different consoles.Read more
Makes good use of your existing camera setup that can output a live HDMI feed for Zoom meetings. No additional configuration to get it working on a Chromebook, Just plug it in and select it as your main camera feed. Took a chance on this even with the bad reviews. Hopefully, it lasts and will not stop working in the middle of a Zoom meeting. Will update review if that happens.Read more
Stillwing Games –
Only issue I have is when screen splitting on my PC it has a tear from the refresh rate being to high. I have to set to 60fps or it rips along the bottom half. Other than that it is worth the buy if you want to stream for a console, it works fantastic on my series S.Read more