Discussion in 'Game Capture Devices & Programs' started by GameOverViper, Oct 3, 2015.
Oh wow that is quite a hefty amount of money.
Tell me about it, I have to buy everything in my own country and here stuff is sooo freaking expensive :v
£750...luckily already had a good quality mic before starting ^^ (so that's for the PC & Fraps)
I would say about £3,000 but its worth it the quality is amazing I always get asked what my set up is
Crikey! you mean business i take it?
Just starting out but offering 4k content on my videos with a massive bitrate only 4k on youtube can deliver . This makes my videos amazing quality.
Consists of :
I7 top spec pc.( dedicated for capture )
Xboxone day one edition
Elgato hd 60 pro capture card
5tb hd for xboxone.
Dual screens for pc including my benq xl2730z for 1ms input lag and ready for xbox scorpios new features.
My gaming chair most important....lol
Lots of big things happening going to be hosting xbox scorpio only call of duty competitions on my new upcoming website. Now also a Activision ambassador and writer for a website for improving your call of duty game which i wont spam you with here. But stay tuned lots coming
Mine is 99% free!
If you exclude the cost for the GPU. I mostly use the nvidia shadowplay(I guess it's called Share, now?) because it's lightweight on my system and is easy to get going... and I've been using it for ages.
And I use audacity and a Blue Snowball for recording myself.
Unless, of course, I record my console (which I haven't done in ages) then it's with an elGato... but that's technically free too, as I got it as a gift.
TL;DR it depends lol
pc (£500) when I got it, Xbox one (£400) day one, monitors (£100) each I've got two, TV (£300), headphones Sennheiser HD 25 (£150). But that's all before creating my channel. For the purpose of YouTube I've bought a capture card and a mic about £80 together so not that much for the sole purpose of YouTube but about £1500 in total
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