In this era of gaming, who doesn’t love to show off their skills in front of the world and earn some fame by streaming their favorite games. Sounds easy right? Not that much.
Getting the right software to stream is the biggest task and we are here to help you out.
Firstly, we will look into the different options available for streaming on your PC
The most powerful free streaming tool for any platform. It’s available for Windows, Mac, and Linux, and also receives regular updates.
You can create scenes from multiple sources (windows, images, text, webcams, capture cards – the list goes on), mix audio and adjust pretty much every aspect of your streams. The options are extensive, but clearly laid out and explained.
OBS Studio can stream straight to Youtube, Twitch, Facebook and many other platforms.
OBS Studio is also one of the best free screen recorders out there so if you don’t want to stream you can just record and upload to any platform of your choice
A good looking brother of OBS Studio. The features are the same but in a much more presentable and easier way. So, if you are new into streaming, we suggest you use Streamlabs OBS.
If you have a GeForce graphics card, Nvidia Shadowplay is bundled along with the drivers. The software records just the game, no overlays, only the game. One upside is that Nvidia Shadowplay encodes in the GPU not in the CPU which means it has a negligible impact on the performance.
Now coming to the mobile platform, the apps are much easier to use and stream from.
Here are some of the best apps from which you can stream your favorite mobile games
A well-known app among mobile streamers, Omlet Arcade is a go-to streaming app if you want fancy overlays and easy to use UI. Omlet Arcade is easy to use and get you started to stream in just a few simple clicks. The games can be launched from inside the app itself and all the basic controls are just a tap away with an overlay on the screen (which can be disabled)
A good live streaming software mostly popular in the southeast Asia region. The UI is easy to use. And just like many other platforms, Nimo TV pays you to Play! Yeah, you heard it right. You get paid to promote the app.
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