Elgato has released the latest beta version of its Game Capture HD software for Mac, which includes support for capturing gameplay with the company's latest capture card, the HD60 S. The update also brings along performance improvements and bug fixes.
As noted by Elgato on Reddit, capturing gameplay at 1080p and 60fps requires a Mac with a quad-core Intel Core i5 processor or better. Elgato recommends more recent MacBook Pros, iMacs, and Mac Pros. Capture also requires OS X El Capitan.
For more on the HD60 S, be sure to check out the Windows Central review. You can also pick up the capture card on Amazon.
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