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Elgato initially provided only [[FireWire]]/[[IEEE1394]] DVB receivers (see [[DVB-T IEEE1394 Devices]]), but have since branched out with more [[interface chipsets|interface options]].
 
Elgato initially provided only [[FireWire]]/[[IEEE1394]] DVB receivers (see [[DVB-T IEEE1394 Devices]]), but have since branched out with more [[interface chipsets|interface options]].
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The EyeTV range has been acquired by [[Geniatech]] who released several [[Geniatech T230C|DVB-T2 devices]] under the EyeTV brand.
  
 
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! style="background:#efefef;" | [[Elgato EyeTV  diversity|EyeTV diversity]]
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! style="background:#efefef;" | [[Elgato EyeTV  diversity|EyeTV diversity (Hauppauge_WinTV-NOVA-TD clone)]]
 
! dual tuner [[DVB-T]] [[Universal Serial Bus|USB 2.0]]
 
! dual tuner [[DVB-T]] [[Universal Serial Bus|USB 2.0]]
 
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! style="background:#efefef;" | [[Elgato EyeTV  hybrid|EyeTV hybrid]]
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! style="background:#efefef;" | [[Elgato EyeTV  hybrid|EyeTV hybrid 2008]]
 
! [[DVB-T]], [[DVB-C]], and analog [[Universal Serial Bus|USB 2.0]]
 
! [[DVB-T]], [[DVB-C]], and analog [[Universal Serial Bus|USB 2.0]]
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! style="background:#efefef;" | [[Elgato EyeTV  hybrid|EyeTV hybrid 2014]]
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! style="background:#efefef;" | [[Elgato EyeTV Hybrid US|EyeTV Hybrid US]]
 
! style="background:#efefef;" | [[Elgato EyeTV Hybrid US|EyeTV Hybrid US]]
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Elgato also makes capture cards with an emphasis on gaming.
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! style="background:#efefef;" | [[Elgato Game Capture HD]]
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! USB Capture card that can capture from [[Component]], [[Composite]], and unencrypted [[HDMI]] sources.
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! style="background:#efefef;" | [[Elgato Game Capture HD60]]
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! USB Capture card that can capture unencrypted [[HDMI]] sources, including 1080p60.
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== External Links ==
 
== External Links ==

Latest revision as of 14:33, 26 March 2018

Elgato is a German based vendor of DVB devices that are targeted towards Mac OS-X users. Their OS-X based software is quite well-designed, maybe it's worth a look as source of inspiration for other DVB application developers and GUI designers.

Elgato initially provided only FireWire/IEEE1394 DVB receivers (see DVB-T IEEE1394 Devices), but have since branched out with more interface options.

The EyeTV range has been acquired by Geniatech who released several DVB-T2 devices under the EyeTV brand.

DVB Devices sold by Elgato
Device Description
EyeTV 400 DVB-T FireWire Box
EyeTV 410 DVB-T FireWire Box with Common Interface
EyeTV 300 DVB-S FireWire Box
EyeTV 310 DVB-S FireWire Box with Common Interface
EyeTV 250 DVB-T USB Box with analog Tuner and video converter
EyeTV DTT DVB-T USB 2.0
EyeTV DTT deluxe extra small DVB-T USB 2.0
EyeTV DTT deluxe v2 extremly small DVB-T USB 2.0
EyeTV diversity (Hauppauge_WinTV-NOVA-TD clone) dual tuner DVB-T USB 2.0
EyeTV hybrid 2008 DVB-T, DVB-C, and analog USB 2.0
EyeTV hybrid 2014 DVB-T and DVB-C USB 2.0
EyeTV Hybrid US
EyeTV 500
Video Capture Existing as Version 1 and Version 2, with different chips which requires different drivers


Elgato also makes capture cards with an emphasis on gaming.

Capture cards sold by Elgato
Device Description
Elgato Game Capture HD USB Capture card that can capture from Component, Composite, and unencrypted HDMI sources.
Elgato Game Capture HD60 USB Capture card that can capture unencrypted HDMI sources, including 1080p60.

External Links