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Avanquest Software announces the release of a new game capture machine for Xbox 360, Xbox One, PS3 and Wii

Play, capture and share the most memorable gaming achievements!

For immediate release

Avanquest Software has announced the release of a new games capture devices from Kaiser Baas: Game Recorder HD, which let gamers record and share their latest console gaming achievements with fellow gamers around the world via YouTube™.

The Game Recorder HD provides gamers with an easy way to capture their best gaming moments in FULL HD 1080p, all without the need for a PC!  The unit captures high-definition lag-free video and records a live commentary using an external headset or microphone (not included).  As a computer-free device featuring HDMI pass-through and one-touch operation, the Game Recorder HD is always set up and ready to go, for instant game capture whenever needed.  Its portable nature means it can easily be used on various consoles in different locations.

The Game Recorder HD is compatible with all major consoles: Xbox 360, Xbox One, PS3, Wii and more. In fact, the Game Recorder HD can capture and record video from any analogue/HDMI non-copyrighted source, to an external HDD or USB memory device.

·      Play and capture your console gameplay in FULL HD 1080p, without the need for a computer

·      Record to external HDD or USB memory devices

·      Lag-free recording and pass-through to the TV (HDMI)

·      Record live commentary using an external microphone (not included)

·      Upload recordings to YouTube and share them with the world

·      Compatible with Xbox 360, Xbox One, PS3, Wii and other video devices

The Game Recorder HD is distributed exclusively in the UK by Avanquest Software.

It is priced at £139.99 inc. VAT and is available from Amazon.co.uk, GAME.co.uk and Maplins.

Detailed Product Specifications:

Video input: HDMI or Component (analogue)

Video format – NTSC, PAL, PAL-60

Capture format – H.264 (mp4)

File formats – FAT, FAT32, NTFS

File increments – 2GB

Recording pixels – 1080p (1920x1080) and 720p (1280x720)

USB interface – USB 2.0

Storage compatibility – 2TB maximum

Power supply – DC 5V, 2A

A product information video can be found at http://vimeo.com/72946672

For more information, please contact:

Debbie Hives

Avanquest Software

Tel: 01480 496666


About Kaiser Baas

Established in 2006, Kaiser Baas is a leading innovator of analogue-to-digital converters and personal cameras. Anticipating new trends in electronics, Kaiser Baas innovates and brings products to market that are simple to use.  Their aim is to take processes that have been traditionally complicated or onerous and make them easier for everyone to use.   Kaiser Baas specialises in converting photos, video and sound into digital media and was the  first company to bring digital photo frames to Australia, with over one million units shipped worldwide.  The company has a comprehensive range of products to help consumers collect and save your photos, convert videos and music, as well as various cameras and accessories. www.kaiserbaas.com

About Avanquest Software

Avanquest Software is one of the world’s leading software developers and publishers, with operations in Europe, North America and China, and marketing its software titles through Retail, Corporate, OEM and Direct-to-Consumer channels. The company is committed to innovation in the design, development and publishing of world-class, easy-to-use and affordable software. Avanquest Software is listed on Euronext (ISIN FR0004026714) since December 1996. Additional information is available at http://www.avanquest.com or http://about.avanquest.com.


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