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Everything you need to start streaming video games on Twitch And YouTube

 

Everything you need to start streaming video games on Twitch And YouTube

Who wants to sit and watch people play video games all day? Millions of people, it turns out. Live-streaming website Twitch is one of the biggest things in video games, with 15 million daily viewers who come to watch the wealth of professional tournaments, gaming talk shows and casual solo sessions that the site's 2-million-plus broadcasters offer.
Ideally, you'll need a quality microphone and webcam to record your commentary and reactions as you play. Then, you'll need to get a capture card for your PC,

Computer 

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You need to make sure that the computer you're using is going to be able to handle gaming and streaming at the same time. Twitch recommends an Intel Core i5-4760 processor and at least 8GB RAM, but that's just the bare minimum. The type of games you want to play will affect how powerful your computer needs to be.
If you ask any gaming subreddit, streaming on a laptop is blasphemous, but it's really okay for more casual games. We stream older games on a MacBook Pro and it works, but it's definitely working hard. Unless you cut way down on quality, not even the most souped up gaming laptop will be able to handle streaming something like PUBG.

If you're streaming PC games, you'll need a graphics card strong enough to support whatever you're playing and, ideally, one that supports DirectX 10 and up. The faster your Internet connection, the better — you should probably aim to have an upload speed of at least 3MB per second, which should be attainable on most home Internet connections or even via mobile.

Webcam

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Your computer's built-in webcam is just fine for casual streaming, but if you want a more professional-looking setup you'll need an external webcam. Not only will a third-party webcam have much better resolution, you'll also get a wider angle to play around with. That's especially useful if you're planning on playing tabletop games or streaming with other people.
An external webcam also keeps you from having to sit right in front of your computer while you're streaming. You can get a clamp or tripod for your webcam and place it somewhere stationary. This gives you much more freedom of mobility and lets you experiment with different setups.

Read Full:- Best WebCam For Youtubers And Streamers

Microphone

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Similarly, your computer's built-in microphone is adequate, but it'll never give you the kind of professional sound quality that a USB mic provides. I use the Blue Yeti — it's the perfect mid-tier microphone, beloved by streamers and podcasters alike. It's unmatched in both quality and ease of use and happens to be on sale. They also have some great bundles with games and/or headphones so you can save even more.

Read:- Best Microphones for Streaming

Gaming Headphones

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Headset gives you an idea of your surroundings. You can listen to footsteps to get an idea where your enemy is. In shooting games, this is equally important as mouse. While buying a gamine headset, you need to take care of several factors. These factors are compatibility, comfort, microphone, sound quality and budget. Most of the people play games for long, so comfort is important.
There are many things to consider when shopping for a new microphone. Each microphone has its own advantages and disadvantages. It is up to you to decide the sliding scale between price and quality. To help aid your decision, this list narrows down the best microphones for streaming and gaming.

Read:- Top 5 Best Gaming Headphones 1000 to 2000 Rs

Streaming Software

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Finally, the most important thing to keep in mind when getting your Twitch stream up and running is that this is meant to be a fun hobby. You'll go far if you don't take it too seriously, aren't afraid to experiment, and treat other people in the community with kindness. That's really all there is to it.
Whether you’re a content creator who’s new to live streaming or you’re a business owner who live streams as a main source of revenue, you can rest assured there’s a solution out there suited for you. But which is the best streaming software in 2018?  To answer this question, let’s look at the top contenders: OBS, XSplit, Wirecast, and vMix.
  1. Open Broadcaster Software
  2. Streamlabs OBS
  3. XSplit
  4. Wirecast




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