Elgato to Launch HDMI 2.1 Capture Card, Supporting 8K60 Loop-out/4K60 Recording

Elgato, a brand of Corsair, is set to launch a new HDMI 2.1 capture card, according to WindowsCentral. The capture card will support 8K60 loop-out and 4K60 recording, making it one of the most powerful capture cards on the market.

Elgato exhibited the new capture card at its TwitchCon booth, but has not yet announced a release date or price.

The new capture card is expected to be popular among gamers, streamers, and content creators who need to capture high-quality video at high frame rates. 8K60 loop-out will allow users to pass through 8K60 video to their display while still capturing it at 4K60. This is ideal for users who want to game or stream at 8K60 without having to sacrifice recording quality.

Elgato's new capture card will also be one of the first on the market to support HDMI 2.1 features such as Quick Frame Transport (QFT) and Auto Low Latency Mode (ALLM). QFT reduces latency between the source device and the display, while ALLM automatically optimizes latency for gaming.

Elgato's new capture card is expected to be released in the coming months. Pricing has not yet been announced.

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