Summary: AVerMedia Technologies introduces its latest lineup of PCIe capture cards, including the world's premier HDMI 2.1 card, the Live Gamer 4K 2.1 (GC575), and the budget-friendly Live Streamer ULTRA HD (GC571), both equipped with features to enhance streaming experiences and bundled with the user-friendly RECentral software.
- AVerMedia is a player in the digital audiovisual solutions market.
- The Live Gamer 4K 2.1 (GC575) is the world's premier consumer-grade HDMI 2.1 PCIe capture card.
- The Live Streamer ULTRA HD (GC571) offers high-quality 4K streaming and capturing at an affordable price.
AVerMedia Technologies, a player in the digital audiovisual solutions market, has just launched its latest lineup of PCIe capture cards—the HDMI 2.1 Live Gamer 4K 2.1 (GC575) and Live Streamer ULTRA HD (GC571). These devices cater to the needs of both seasoned and novice streamers, further solidifying AVerMedia’s position as an industry trailblazer in the capture card space. Following the successful launch of the HDMI 2.1 Live Gamer ULTRA 2.1 (GC553G2), AVerMedia now introduces the PCIe version, Live Gamer 4K 2.1, offering users even more choices to enhance their streaming experiences. Michael Kuo, President and CEO of AVerMedia, expressed his excitement, stating, “We have continuously expanded our capture card lineup to meet the ever-evolving needs of the streaming community, whether it’s playing the latest 4K games, seeking HDMI 2.1 compatibility, or preferring PCIe connectivity.”
AVerMedia’s flagship offering, the Live Gamer 4K 2.1 (GC575), proudly stands as the world’s premier consumer-grade HDMI 2.1 PCIe capture card. With a mission to revolutionize the streaming experience on a global scale, this card maximizes the potential of HDMI 2.1 technology. Equipped with features like up to 4K144 pass-through HDR/VRR, it ensures that every gameplay moment is transmitted with breathtaking clarity and fluidity. Additionally, it supports up to 4K60 capture, empowering streamers to capture their most cherished gaming memories with unparalleled precision.
For those venturing into the world of live streaming for the first time, AVerMedia offers the Live Streamer ULTRA HD (GC571), designed to lower entry barriers without compromising on quality. This card caters to individuals with limited budgets who still aspire to achieve high-quality 4K streaming and capturing. Alongside its 4K streaming and capturing capabilities, the Live Streamer ULTRA HD (GC571) boasts user-friendly features, effortless operation, and a sleek low-profile PCB design—all while remaining affordable.
To further enhance the streaming experience, AVerMedia provides RECentral, a dedicated software that comes bundled with these capture cards. RECentral allows users to simultaneously stream and broadcast to multiple platforms such as Twitch, YouTube, and Facebook. Moreover, it seamlessly integrates with popular third-party capturing and live-streaming platforms, ensuring a hassle-free experience for users.
With the introduction of the Live Gamer 4K 2.1 (GC575) and Live Streamer ULTRA HD (GC571), AVerMedia invites gamers and streamers alike to redefine their gaming and streaming experiences, elevate gameplay quality, captivate audiences, and embrace future-proof streaming technology. The Live Gamer 4K 2.1 is available now at a suggested retail price of $269.99, while the Live Streamer ULTRA HD is available at a suggested retail price of $179.99.
HDR: High Dynamic Range (HDR) is a technology used to create images and videos with a greater range of luminance levels than what is possible with standard digital imaging. It allows for a greater range of colors and details to be captured in an image, resulting in a more realistic and vibrant look.
PCB: Printed Circuit Boards (PCBs) are the backbone of the modern computer industry. They are thin boards made of a non-conductive material, such as fiberglass, with a thin layer of copper on top. This copper layer is etched with a pattern of electrical pathways that connect the various components of a computer together. PCBs are used in almost every electronic device, from computers to cell phones, and are essential for the functioning of these devices. They provide a reliable and efficient way to connect the components of a computer, allowing for faster and more reliable communication between them. The use of PCBs has revolutionized the computer industry, allowing for smaller, faster, and more reliable computers.
PCIe: PCIe (Peripheral Component Interconnect Express) is a high-speed serial computer expansion bus standard for connecting components such as graphics cards, sound cards, and network cards to a motherboard. It is the most widely used interface in the computer industry today, and is used in both desktop and laptop computers. PCIe is capable of providing up to 16 times the bandwidth of the older PCI standard, allowing for faster data transfer speeds and improved performance. It is also used in a variety of other applications, such as storage, networking, and communications. PCIe is an essential component of modern computing, and its applications are only expected to grow in the future.
VRR: Variable Refresh Rate (VRR) is a technology primarily used in displays, such as computer monitors and televisions, to improve the viewing experience, especially for gamers. VRR synchronizes the refresh rate of the display with the frame rate of the content being shown. VRR technologies, like AMD FreeSync and NVIDIA G-Sync (for PC monitors), and HDMI VRR or VRR through software updates (for TVs and gaming consoles), allow the display to adapt its refresh rate dynamically to match the frame rate of the content. For example, if a game is running at 45 frames per second (fps), the display will adjust its refresh rate to 45Hz, eliminating tearing and reducing stuttering.
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