The Razer Ripsaw game capture card

Discussion in 'Broadcaster' started by technokat, Mar 29, 2016.

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  1. technokat

    technokat Director, Social Marketing Staff Member

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    Make your mark in the world of streaming with the new Razer Ripsaw game capture card: http://rzr.to/ripsaw


    Whether you’re a first timer or pro, our game capture card makes it easy to stream with advanced features. Capture 1080p game footage at 60 frames per second over low-lag USB 3.0, and even create audio layers with the on-board mix-in. With the Ripsaw it's time to show the world what you've got.

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    OBS or XSplit? Whichever you are comfortable with, the Razer Ripsaw is designed to be accessible and it will play well with the most popular streaming software and services.



    Plug and play – it is that easy: PC, Razer Forge TV, X360, Xbox One, PS3, PS4, Wii U. No discrimination to gaming and no complex setups, we’re all about helping you show off the game you’re great at. Just look at Razer|Quick’s demonstration of how quick it is to set up the Ripsaw:

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    With the introduction of the Razer Ripsaw, we’re furthering our dedication to our gamers, going beyond keyboards and mice to make hardcore gamers win at their games, we’re making you the next online gaming superstar with our new official category – the Broadcaster category. With that, we’re making game-streaming accessible for everyone and we’re here to support budding and pro-broadcasters every step of the way.

    If you’re ready to commit, sign up to our Razer Supported Streamer program, and let’s get you to gaming stardom: http://rzr.to/supportedstreamer.
     
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  2. Active13245

    Active13245 Active Member

    Nice, looks cool :D
    Also, you could use it for PC to make sure that your stream will work even better, no lag, no fps drop because of recording program ;)
    PS. First thought when I saw notification on my phone: Hey, is it 1st April already? xDD But no, this is real!
     
    Last edited: Mar 29, 2016
  3. GaugePrower

    GaugePrower Member

    Hmm.....
    How well can this handle 5760x1080 resolution? I want to take the streaming load off my GPU.
     
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  4. PumpkinMage

    PumpkinMage Active Member

    Absolutely beautiful.
     
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  5. Frankdehtank

    Frankdehtank Active Member

    Awesome! It kinda sucks for anyone who wants a good capture cards the first thing that usually comes to mind is "Elgato". It's really nice to see you guys are giving them a run for their money on this one.
     
  6. PERV19

    PERV19 New Member

    I would jump ship and buy TWO if it would actually take load of the CPU! Waiting for some real benchmarks regarding the product.
     
  7. HyperGamers

    HyperGamers Active Member

    This looks way better than the Elgato HD60
     
  8. TdarKoN3

    TdarKoN3 New Member

    As someone who hasn't been able to afford a capture card yet, it's great to see Razer jumping into the running - this looks amazing!
     
  9. Awesome!!!!
     
  10. Jerad

    Jerad New Member

    Can't wait to try this
     
  11. Snipekill006

    Snipekill006 New Member

    Great to see razer coming out with the gamecaster and now the Ripsaw capture card. Worth a look at diwn the road
     
  12. mintouch

    mintouch Active Member

    Not bad but it needs too much high-level CPUs for laptop gamers. I know why Razer selected USB but next time you need to change it to HDMI or something.
     
  13. 27SilentChaos

    27SilentChaos Active Member

    Razer stepping up the streaming space xD
     
  14. Ubelmort

    Ubelmort New Member

    Looks awesome, been debating on getting into streaming over the last month. Just wish there was more information about this and the specs
     
  15. This does not support 4k... That is a problem. We are moving into the world of 4k, therefore so should you.

    I love Razer Products and will continue to buy them. However, I will not be purchasing this because CPU builds from now on need to be geared towards higher res.

    The new set of graphics cards are coming out soon, this will take care of the fps issue in streaming and will also offer more power for our 4k monitors. This box, from what I read from the specs, will not be able to support such format.

    This box as of now is really only good for console use. Not CPU.

    Make this support 4k, and you have my business.
     
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  16. Destrok

    Destrok Well-Known Member

    I was looking for a better solution to stream my Xbox one than my old 360 cap card or using obs to screencap the xbox stream to windows feature. Will definitely be picking one up.
     
  17. JTranAway

    JTranAway Member

    Oh I can't wait to check this out
     
  18. Demonrik

    Demonrik Active Member

    interesting..
    But honestly I just have lots of Qs.

    How does this cope with PS3 having every game with HDCP?
    Are we still forced to use the component video inputs?
    I notice there is no mention of HDCP in the specs.

    What format/spec is the AV converted to.. MJPEG? AVC? other? bitrate? CBR?
    Judging from the OBS instructions it looks like we use the CPU/GPU to convert to x264? So is this raw AV?
     
  19. myownxdeath

    myownxdeath New Member

    Fcking nice!!
     
  20. myownxdeath

    myownxdeath New Member

    This awesome! But with the price it can compete with others like elgato! Nice on Razer
     
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