PlayStation 4 to Allow Game Capturing Via HDMI

Capture full HD video from your PS4.

Posted By | On 19th, Sep. 2013 Under News

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Sony’s Brad Douglas indicated on Twitter that the company had announced that the PlayStation 4 would be able to capture video footage of games using HDMI. This was confirmed by VP of Publisher & Developer Relations at SCEA Adam Boyes, who stated that there would be more details to follow down the road.

Considering the advantage that HDMI capturing offers, with full HD footage that can play in 60 frames per second, we’d say that Sony is taking video capture to a whole new level.

The PlayStation 4 will meanwhile be launching on November 15th in North America and November 29th in Europe, with a launch in Asia, including Korea and Hong Kong, this December. Japan will have to wait slightly longer, as the console is currently slated to release on February 24th 2014, though there will be benefits such as a free copy of Knack with the console. Stay tuned for more details as the Tokyo Game Show rolls on.

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  • Your article is kinda vague and misleading. No system, including external capture cards, allows you to capture in 1080p at 60 fps. It’s always capped at 30, even though you can PLAY at 60 fps through the capture device. Heck, Xbox One is allowing HDMI capture, but they cap their internal DVR feature to 720p.

  • eckosoldier

    Get your HD PVR 2 while you can, this is great news for all gamers PS fans and XBOX, the HD PVR 2 now works with both consoles which is good for youtubers, gamers and all round gaming recorders. The HD PVR 2 is a top quality device and works with not only windows but also MAC for you mac users out there. The device is small compact and comes with everything you need including and easy set up guide, I suggest getting your hands on one while they’re cheap.


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