Thursday, 20 December 2018 08:16

Logitech releases new software for video capture

Logitech releases new software for video capture Supplied

Peripherals manufacturer Logitech has released a new application, Logitech Capture, that can be used with three of its webcams — the C920, the C922 and the BRIO 4K Pro — to directly create video content.

The software can be used to record from multiple sources or combine screen recordings with a feed from a webcam, a statement from the company said.

“The video content we all see on YouTube and other content platforms is often top-notch, but behind the scenes, content creation is still complicated, confusing and cumbersome,” said Guillaume Bourelly, senior portfolio and product manager of webcams at Logitech.

“Combined with our webcams, Logitech Capture aims to simplify video recording so anyone can easily create videos that look like they were created by a pro.

"Creators can take advantage of transitions, filters and other effects and share their videos on the most popular social sites like YouTube Facebook, Instagram and more.”

The new software allows the recording of video in a 9:16 format and permits direct streaming from a webcam to YouTube without using an encoder.

Logitech Capture also enables camera customisation so that the user can select field of view, recording resolution and aspect ratio.

The software is free and can be downloaded here. It works with Windows 7 and later versions.


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