The Open Broadcaster Software is a free open source suite for recording and streaming live streaming. It is written in C and C ++, OBS programming language and provides the ability to encode, record and broadcast in real time with destination support (eg YouTube) including many defaults from streaming websites such as Twitch.tv and many more.
Includes support for Intel Quick Video Sync (QSV) and NVENC, unlimited number of scenes and sources, MP4 or FLV file output, and high-performance gaming capabilities. The whole process is relatively simple and is completed in a few steps.
As you will see below, although the application includes several tabs and settings, you will only need to tweak and change settings to a few of them at least for a start. We will see in detail below, how we can activate Live Streaming on YouTube and Twitch.
Enable live streaming on YouTube
Verify your account.
Read and accept the terms.
You've just activated your channel, but before you can go live you'll need to modify some settings. To find the key you should select the dashboard from the account profile and then click on the streaming key code field (after entering your account type:
(https://www.youtube.com/live_dashboard) and in the option to set an encoder, click on the display button and copy it, (alternatively press the classic view stream stream) and then click the stream now -classical view button and on the next tab copy the stream code you will find at the bottom of the page
The above application is a very reliable solution for anyone who wants to work more professionally since the possibilities it offers are many.
However, if your interest bar is low, or you just want to use your computer's webcam without using any third-party software, you can do so directly from your YouTube account by selecting, live streaming by setting up your show through two very simple steps.
Enable live streaming on Twitch
For the needs of the test we also created an account at Twitch.tv. If you choose to create an account, or already have a Twitch.tv account you will need the relevant key to do Live Streaming by following the steps below.
In the key password field, click show and copy your key.
OPERATING SYSTEM: Windows, macOS, Linux
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