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AVerMedia RECentral Software Now Supports the Game Broadcaster HD

AVerMedia Technologies, Inc., the preeminent name in digital multimedia technology, announces the official support of RECentral software to the Game Broadcaster HD. With the latest release of RECentral, users of the Game Broadcaster HD get to stream and record 1080p HD game footages without hassles. The product and software upgrade shows AVerMedia’s constant commitment in developing better products for gamers.

The Game Broadcaster HD adopts various video inputs and supports a wide variety of resolutions; the capability of real-time 1080p video capture makes it a perfect mate for demanding PC and console gamers. Now with the exclusively developed RECentral software, AVerMedia turns the Game Broadcaster HD into an even more powerful gear for gameplay capture and streaming. The RECentral comes with a sheer user interface and many gamer-oriented features, such as live voice commentary, separate voice file, built-in connection to streaming platforms, hotkey settings for instant operation and customizable profile management. The direct connection to TwitchTV, Own3D, Ustream and NicoNoco, makes streaming gameplay easier than ever, the RECentral also supports custom RTMP connection.

After its launch in Q1 2012, the Game Broadcaster HD once again hit the market with the all-new features. It targets gamers’ needs of capturing and streaming gameplay in decent quality. Besides the RECentral software, this DirectShow-compliant capture card also works with SplitmediaLab’s leading XSplit Broadcaster software and Adobe Flash Media Live Encoder. It is also supported in the recently announced Telestream Wirecast 4.2, with which Telestream extends the reach to video gamers by allowing them to capture specific screen resolutions, beyond standard broadcast sizes. The latest driver and RECentral software for the Game Broadcaster HD are available at www.avermedia.com.

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