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does anyone know how to stream easily to justin.tv?

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asked 8 years ago in GeneralGeneral by scorptile Mercenary (1,269 points)   3 8 18

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Streaming on JTV is already pretty easy, just need a webcam

Streaming console games is another thing, you'll need a capture card and a very fast connection to keep the quality good

Streaming PC games you won't need a capture card, can probobly use an emulated webcam program like webcam max or something, but you'd still need a decent computer to keep up fps and a fast connection
answered 8 years ago by shoricsmat Grandmaster (12,671 points)   6 11 46
ive got a fast pc just need the programs for the game streams i tried a few but just wont work for me alot of it is the sound part of it the video i got to work fine just the sound part of ti doesnt work so well
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If you're talking about streaming your desktop, then the easiest software is XSplit (http://www.xsplit.com/). It's easy to get up and running and uses the least resources. That being said, you still probably want a triple or quad core in order to stream smoothly.

answered 8 years ago by Saffir Journeyman (634 points)   5
i have a quad core and i had xsplit but couldnt get it to work right never once i got the actual screen all i got was the do this and it will work screen and that was still after i did what it said.....
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Use a webcam, or use gamecam or something.
answered 8 years ago by l4d2bob Grandmaster (11,115 points)   5 10 48
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For streaming PC games, I recommend using XFire; it is an in game overlay which many people use as an alternative to Steam and gives the ability to stream or record video within a game, save screenshots, interact with friends or use a web browser in game. It also allows you to track the amount of time you spend playing each game.
answered 8 years ago by Javindo Adept (849 points)   1 7
cool its free and now i gotta figure out how to get it to work with my games :)

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