Category: setups

Console Streaming Setup

A widely used Setup if you want to stream off your XBox, PS3, Wii or even a Super Nintendo (though you will have to change the setup depending on the system you use) The PC does all streaming work.   This setup is not as complicated as it looks, it depends on your usage if you need two microphones or...

One PC Setups

On the next pages you can find different setups using just a single PC to stream and/or record your games, which you play on that same PC: Simple/Default One PC Setup One PC Setup – using a Capture Card (with or without passthrough) After reading those Guides, check out how to find your perfect bitrate, what encoding means and how you decide...

Quicksync, Shadowplay, Hardware or CPU encoding?

In today’s article I want to talk about the different encoding options that are currently available to you for streaming or recording video files. The different encoders allow you to use different parts of your hardware/system to do the hard work and encode your video file. Most common at the moment, for streaming, is the x264 encoder which is used in...

Multi-Source streaming Setup

Streaming more than one input source can probably be done in several ways. I will try to two different ways to stream the input of several PCs using one central “Streaming PC”. The first option can only be used if all input creating sources are located near the streaming PC and can be connected using a video cable, as in...

Multi-PC Setups

In this Guide I will talk about different Multi-PC Setups. They will allow you to input different sources or capture a high quality recording while doing a stream at different settings or with different stuff on the scene. It mainly depends on your imagination and plans… Three PC streaming setup This setup is pretty straight forward as you can see...