chrishoffman — 2014-03-08T06:40:24-05:00 — #1
Originally published at: http://www.howtogeek.com/183900/how-to-stream-a-pc-game-online-with-twitch-tv/
Game-streaming services like Twitch TV are becoming bigger and bigger. Whether you want to let your friends watch you play a game or try to build up a larger audience, streaming is easy.
veovis_muaddib — 2014-03-08T07:11:33-05:00 — #2
Note that Twitch only supports public streams at this time. If you want to broadcast a private stream, you may want to try Justin.tv, a competing service.
Really? Is this kind of like how Diet Coke's competitor is Coke?
EDIT to clarify: Twitch.tv is a subsidiary of Justin.tv made specifically for gaming streams. They're not competing.
localhost — 2014-03-08T11:34:24-05:00 — #3
Streaming is the easy part. Getting someone to stick around watching your stream is a different story.
Also worth noting is that live streaming via software is bound to slow down your game. I usually have trouble playing while streaming just because the frame rates aren't as consistent anymore. The ideal solution is to use a hardware recorder/encoder like Avermedia's Live Gamer portable. That should eliminate the processing stress on your computer and let the games run much smoother.
afuhnk — 2014-03-08T12:26:37-05:00 — #4
Worth mentionning that with NVIDIA graphics card of series 600-700 (and newest series when those come out), using Geforce Experience you can easily capture to save and/or stream to twitch with minimal performance drop.
system — 2014-03-18T07:54:47-04:00 — #5
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