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I bought something almost identical looking to this (text on case was different) for about the same price a few weeks ago. It didn't work on Ubuntu 20.04 and I didn't look into that much (showed up as two different USB cameras, with neither one working properly - probably a uvc driver compatibility issue that maybe a quirk could fix). It did work on Ubuntu 16.04, but at least with the one I bought, you had to start the video capture software (at least in preview mode) before it would show up as a "monitor" over HDMI. The resolution you captured over USB was independent of the resolution the HDMI source was at. At 1080 USB capture resolution (highest resolution the USB capture supports), it would corrupt a captured frame from time to time (the bottom third would flash green from time to time). I never saw that at 720 USB capture resolution. I never tried an HDMI resolution over 1080. I also never tried to capture audio.
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Can this be used to capture video from a tv or do I need something more complex?
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what is the main purpose of this? is it for projecting videos to a screen or tv?
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It lets you capture the video produced by something that has HDMI output. A person would generally use it to capture output from a computer or game console (not sure if you would need HDCP for that) in order to stream it to the internet (like twitch.tv).

This is a much less expensive and less performant version of what real streamers use. Don't expect the quality and frame rates they would get.
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what is the main purpose of this? is it for projecting videos to a screen or tv?
Game capture or using a camera as a webcam. I have the USB3 version of this and used it with my old DSLR and even older GoPro to see how they would work as webcams, and it worked just as good as the Camlink 4K for that purpose, which is like $120. I have a few machines and only one webcam, so this was better than overpaying for another webcam, and definitely better than buying another Camlink.
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Game capture or using a camera as a webcam. I have the USB3 version of this and used it with my old DSLR and even older GoPro to see how they would work as webcams, and it worked just as good as the Camlink 4K for that purpose, which is like $120. I have a few machines and only one webcam, so this was better than overpaying for another webcam, and definitely better than buying another Camlink.
How did this compare to your dedicated webcam and what kind of webcam was it? How did the microphone compare? How do you mount the gopro to your computer?

Was it something like this [amazon.com]? Oof, those USB 3 ones are actually not so cheap either. Seriously can't figure out what the best option is for professional interviews at this point!
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Be aware that though they claim this supports Android, I've found that UVC devices no longer work in Android 10
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Does this take the place of an Elgato hd60 but at a cheaper price and lower quality?
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Not to knock this deal, because this is an excellent price for this, but i just bought one of these for 8.99 by just sorting through the cheapest. These are all chinese mass produced. Theyre all the same hardware with different names printed on the boxes. Some dont even come with boxes. They all even register the same on a pc as "usb video". I like that this one comes with a small extension cable to not block off other usb ports due to its design, but theres always at least one of these going for this price or lower.
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Does this take the place of an Elgato hd60 but at a cheaper price and lower quality?

These do not do 60fps. Only 30.
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Does this take the place of an Elgato hd60 but at a cheaper price and lower quality?
Gaming wouldn't be ideal on this. Introduces input lag. Elgato has 1ms passthrough on the other hand.
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This allows you to also get better quality Zoom by allowing you to hook up a DSLR/Mirrorless camera straight into your PC. It should tech just show up on your camera input list or through OBS.
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I use this so I can use my cinema camera as a Webcam. It's all metal so it disapates heat ans never over heats (I've used it for 4hrs nonstop before). For those concerned about 30fps keep in mind many video streaming services don't do 60fps for live streaming so check your platform. For video conferencing (zoom, Skype, teams) this meets or exceeds the max those platforms support.
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