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AVerMedia is a name that has been making strides in the capture space, with a range of cards and devices tailor made for various setups and needs. When looking at the AVerMedia Live Gamer DUO GC570D it's best to view it as two capture cards in one, with the ability to take input from both a gaming rig or console and a HD camera without the need for multiple devices and cam-links.

And on that not it's definitely something many out there can make full use of.
As per its namesake, the AVerMedia Live Gamer DUO GC570D features two HDMI inputs meaning you can connect a dedicated DLSR camera and a console or gaming PC for two high-quality uncompressed 1080p video streams for capture or broadcasting. With its sleek design and RGB lit logo it sits comfortably in any streaming/production rig and only requires a first-gen Ryzen CPU paired with a GeForce GTX 1050 to run.

Also, it can pass through a 4K 60Hz HDR signal via the primary input as to not degrade or otherwise interrupt how it feels to game when you’re pretending to be that guy in the TV studio counting down from five as you’re about to go live with some breaking news.

Our Full AVerMedia Live Gamer DUO GC570D Review



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