Magewell USB Capture AIO is a 12-bit audio & video capture/playback device that supports USB 3.0, and allows you to capture 12-bit HDMI or analog audio. In addition, it supports RGB & YCbCr (YUV) color formats, supports customized EDID, and has integrated cable equalizer supporting cable lengths up to 754′ for HD-SDI signals. The USB 3.0 host interface is directly compatible with various editing applications. Such as VLC,VirtualDub, OBS streaming software, XSplit, vMix, VidBlaster, Wirecast, Microsoft Media Encoder, and Adobe Flash Media Encoder. The USB Capture AIO is compatible with Windows, Linux, Mac & Chrome OS systems.
Magewell USB Capture AIO Connectivity
Multi-Source USB Capture AIO – Features
The Magewell USB Capture AIO supports a deinterlacing algorithm. Converting common analog television signals or 1080i HD sources into non-interlaced form for a smooth, full-sized image. With adjustable brightness, hue and saturation, and various capture colour spaces – clarity is completely within the user’s customization. Aside from being a multipurpose ‘all-in-one’ device, the USB Capture AIO stands out with its mobility. It’s plug and play feature allows the user to transport it anywhere at any time with ease; or if you’re looking for something dedicated, this product will continuously function 24/7.
Short FAQs about USB Capture (Plus)
1. Which software can record 4K videos that are captured by USB Capture HDMI 4K Plus?
Magewell Capture Express, VMix, OBS, XSplit Broadcaster, Meridix Broadcast Producer, etc., support 4K video recording.
2. My computer does not have a USB 3.0 port. How can I use the USB Capture (Plus) device?
It is recommended that you purchase a USB type C to USB 3.0 adapter.
3. Is USB Capture (Plus) compatible with USB 2.0?
Yes. But the limited transmission bandwidth of USB 2.0 cannot guarantee the transmission of
high frame rate or high resolution signal.
4. Can multiple USB Capture (Plus) devices be connected on one computer?
Yes. To ensure that the bandwidth won’t be affected, make sure each USB capture device can be
connected to an independent USB 3.0 Extensible Host Controller. You can check whether your
computer has multiple independent USB 3.0 Host Controllers in Device Management.
5. Do USB Capture (Plus) devices support using a phone or tablet as a source?
Yes. Apple devices can use Lightning to HDMI cables to output screen signals. Android devices
can use MHL adapters to output screen signals.
|Interface||Video Engine||Signal Detection & Support||Software Environment|
• SDI x1
• DB9 x1
• DVI x1
• Support input resolution up to 2048×2160 pixels
• USB 3.0
|8-bit video processing|
Color Space Conversion
Aspect Ratio Conversion
Mirror and Flip
|Auto Detection of Input Signal Format|
• Windows, Linux, Mac, Chrome OS
Driver and Firmware
• Driver Free, Updatable Firmware
• USB Capture Utility, Capture Express