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post #1 of 7 Old 11-02-2013, 05:20 PM - Thread Starter
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The HD PVR Rocket is small enough to fit in one hand and weighs just 4.6oz or 130grams
This a standalone device that can be carried with you to events, etc to record your game play's and game commentary to, and does not need a PC or Mac and it also support PC connected mode as well.
The features
H264/AVCHD Hardware Encoder
One Touch Rec/Stop Button
HDMI input (Without HDCP)
HDMI No Delay pass-through output
Component input
S/Video input
Composite input
RCA Stereo Audio input
Built-in Microphone Input with +20db boost
Built-in Audio Mixer with adjusting Mic Control
Touch screen control Mic Volume Up/Down, Mic oN/Mute, +20dB, Lock
USB 2.0 Type A Front Port for plug a thumb flash drive in for record your game play
USB 2.0 Type B Rear Port for PC/Power (Power is pull right from the USB Port work with 2.0/3.0 bus to power the device)
HDMI Cable
PS3 Component cable
USB Y Adapter cable for PC and Red 5v Power Only
Max Bitrate 18 Mbits/sec or 2.3 Mbytes/sec
Resolution formats
1080p60p (recorded as 1080p30)
1080p50p (recorded as 1080p25)
1080i60
1080i50
720p60
720p50
480p60
480i60
576p50
576i50
Recoding Container Format: MP4 in standalone mode, TS in PC connected mode
Hauppauge provides a Windows application called Hauppauge Capture, The recordings made in the stand-alone mode are compatible with a Mac for
import into iMovie.
A 16 Gbyte USB thumb drive, when plugged into the HD PVR Rocket, can record 4 hours of video game play at an HD resolution of 1080p
HD PVR Rocket will be available at retailers throughout Europe/North American starting November 15. The suggested retail price is €169/$169
FAQ
USB Flash Drive Max Size that has beem tested so far is 32GB.
Both USB 2.0 and 3.0 Flash drive can be used
External hard drive support Yes, but it needs to be a powered hard drive.

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Nice.

My son would love this thing. Anyone know how this compares to the similar "Avermedia Live Gamer Portable" device?

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Thanks. Looks good.

I'm still curious about how it might compare to the AVerMedia unit. I'm not sure which one to go with.
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Have you guys figured out how to capture 5.1 ac3 via HDMI?

Is there any difference with the Best Buy version?
model 01530: HD PVR Rocket special Best Buy edition
model 01540: HD PVR Rocket and English manual

Any issues editing 18mbps files with VideoRedo?
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Have you guys figured out how to capture 5.1 ac3 via HDMI?

Is there any difference with the Best Buy version?
model 01530: HD PVR Rocket special Best Buy edition
model 01540: HD PVR Rocket and English manual

Any issues editing 18mbps files with VideoRedo?
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There is no diff what so ever in the two model
Sorry but it doesn't record AC3 nor can it capture 5.1
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I haven't used the AverMedia game recording unit, but I did use their larger version of it that had a hard drive in it for capturing Component video. I found that the files recorded on it wouldn't open with any other programs or edit correctly with any software that I have. VideoReDo gets confused by them, as does TMPGEnc Authoring Works. I wouldn't recommend it.

VideoReDo can handle the 18mbps stream files, BUT as we discussed in the 1212 thread it appears that the Hauppauge captures in a slightly unusual format that it struggles with. Sometimes the files will "stop" when you save your edits and won't continue. You can do the "Quickstream Repair" on them and correct the problem (usually), but it's an added annoyance.
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