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How to livestream like a pro gamer

Streaming video games is a totally straightforward concept: someone plays a game and streams it live to the internet, and you watch. But why just sit by idly and let your favorite streamers have all the fun? You can set yourself up to stream like a pro with a moderate level of technical knowledge such as with the use of Livestream software.

From learning how to stream Xbox one to youtube without a PC to live streaming on Xbox one youtube, there are a ton of different solutions out there for someone looking to stream their favorite games. Get the gaming Livestream app and you’re ready to go. Both the Sony PS4 Pro and Microsoft Xbox One X have streaming capabilities baked right in. Today, we provide you with a guide to help you get up and running under a variety of different scenarios, from modern PC games to consoles to even streaming retro games. Let’s begin!

How to livestream like a pro gamer
How to Livestream like a pro gamer

Streaming hardware                       

As mentioned before, the PS4 and Xbox One have streaming built into their operating systems. If you want to stream footage from other consoles, you’re going to need a capture card or a personal video recorder (PVR) such as the Razer Ripsaw, Hauppauge HD PVR 60 or Elgato HD60S.

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Camera and microphone

If you want to stream like a pro, you need to get your face out there, and you need to interact with your fans. Even if you have just a few viewers on your stream, the experience is made better by being able to talk to them while their comments pop up in chat. Not only is having a face to go along with your voice important but a dedicated web camera lets you control exactly how you appear in your stream.

Software

A capture card is all well and good, but once it hits your computer, it needs to send that video into the vast digital sea. There are a lot of software solutions out there. Some cards, like the Elgato series, come with their own solid streaming solutions.

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