Excerpt: I use the product for YouTube videos and live streaming on YouTube and Twitch. The system took me a few days to understand thanks to the Happuage application on YouTube. However its simple and comes with video editing software which is better than Movie Maker and it Helps to record live presentations and audio simultaneously.
Pros: Easy To Set Up, Easy To Use, Powerful
Cons: 4gb Of Ram Or More, Large Amount Of Cpu Ram, Needs A Fast Internet
Summary: Perform better than the last model, which was a hard feat to pull. The extra features are awesome and the device itself is easy to set up and use whilst providing absolutely perfect quality video, 1080p @ 60fps. PS4, Xbox One and WiiU have full support as long as you disable HDCP in the system options (High Defenition Copyright Protection, if memory serves me right).
Excerpt: I bought this box for converting my 8mm tapes to digital format. The product worked well out of the box. It was easy to setup. There are options to convert at highest frame rate, but this does create large size files.
Summary: I had the HD PVR 1 and let me tell you, this is the perfect upgrade for capturing with HDMI. I used to hate switching between HDMI and HD cables to record my things so this is perfect if you live in this decade and play/record with HDMI. I have had this for a couple months now with absolutely no issues. I use it with my Xbox 360 but have not tried it with Playstation or the Xbox One yet.
Summary: What an ordeal getting a PVR that works the way you need it. I first bought the Avermedia unit because I didn't like the idea of always needing to have a PC or laptop connected in order to record game replays. It was quickly returned because it didn't function at all right out of the box. It required an update to function and it required a certain process based on a series of menu options in order to update.