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How to use your 120/144Hz Monitor successfully (1 or 2 PC setup)

Getting Windows to use your Monitor on its full refresh rate can sometimes be quite a pain. There are different utilities available to create your own Monitor drivers for example. Nvidia and ATI/AMD also try to help you get your Monitor up and running with its Control Panel Tools and options. Though this can sometimes still lead to problems. Best example,...

Useful AutoHotkey Scripts for your Streaming/Recording

Useful AutoHotkey Scripts for your Streaming/Recording

There are of cause a lot of scripts available for autohotkey, but today I want to show you just a few scripts I picked out that can be useful while streaming or recording stuff. For all tools I offer you the compiled executable file which you can run right away, as well as the autohotkey-file to edit and change if...

Useful streaming and recording Tools

As a streamer and youtuber I am always looking for useful tools that can simplify my work flow or add useful information to my stream. In this article I want to share some of the most useful ones I found and regularly use. Push-To-Talk for Windows (7/8) Is a simple program that provide a push to talk solution for Windows. It...

Useful Open Broadcaster Software (OBS) Plugins

You probably already heard about OBS, which is a free and open source alternative to programs like Wirecast and XSplit. It was created October 2012 and has been updated a lot since then. A very nice feature that has been added and later tuned is the Plugin “system”. It allows creative people to create all kinds of their own plugins....

Get a list of running processes

Similar to getting a list of installed programs with the PowerShell, you can grab a list of running processes and save it as a txt file using the older Command Prompt or as well using the PowerShell. tasklist /v This will print the list on screen, which makes it a bit hard to read, so its easier if we save...

Get a List of Software installed on your Computer

Get a List of Software installed on your Computer

I just recently found this very simple way to check what programs are currently installed on my PCs. I then use Notepad++ to compare those two files. Thanks to HowToGeek.com for the Tip. You just need a PowerShell command-line window and enter the following command: Get-WmiObject -Class Win32_Product | Select-Object -Property Name This will print the list of installed programs...

Two useful MIRC scripts: Welcoming script and highlight recorder

Two useful MIRC scripts: Welcoming script and highlight recorder

Using the twitch chat to keep in touch with your viewers can be very important. A warm welcome for everyone that joins your chat is pretty easy to script for Mirc. Just add the following lines of code to your Script Editors Remote section (Tools -> Script editor or ALT+R). on 1:JOIN:#thehempsociety: { if ($nick != $me) { /msg $chan...

Grab an Internetfile every 10 secs to save it locally

Grab an Internetfile every 10 secs to save it locally

Today someone asked the question if the OBS software would be able to use an online text file instead of a local one. It should also check this file for changes and update accordingly. Now my main concern is that downloading an internetfile can always go wrong for some strange reason and could maybe lead to a crash or hang...

VidStudio or vMix – Which one should I use?

I found two very useful programs to add different types of media to your stream. Both are similar but also have different options. VidStudio is completely free to use, vMix on the other hand, offers you a 60-day Trial to test its full functionality. You will now get a short overview of both Programs, and some example Screenshots. VidStudio Camera...

Is my ISP traffic shaping my connection?

Thanks to a guy on the #OBSproject Quakenet channel I found this pretty neat program by the Georgia Tech College. It´s called shaper probe! Grab it here! The goal of DiffProbe is to detect if an ISP is classifying certain kinds of traffic as “low priority”, providing different levels of service for them. DiffProbe actively (and non-intrusively) probes the network...