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Author Topic: Steam broadcasting (or any broadcasting for that matter)  (Read 1940 times)

Offline Lucifer

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Steam broadcasting (or any broadcasting for that matter)
« on: February 19, 2015, 15:43:41 »
Steam released a client update today. There's a lot wrong with it but they also did something very right.

The broadcast service where you can allow people to watch your games will now grab the right audio endpoint provided you set the options correctly.

This should prevent it broadcasting TeamSpeak and any other audio you might have running (radio, etc) and only do game audio. If you broadcast your own mic (green bit) then you can talk to your viewers but people on TS as well as watching will also hear you twice :)

As for other broadcasting services, like Twitch or Hitbox; if you are going to be streaming while you are on TeamSpeak, please either: (a) set up your stream software to only broadcast game audio    or  (b) temporarily edit your name on TeamSpeak to show you are streaming. Just in case people don't realise and start talking about things they would rather the whole internet didn't know.

Offline Aaron

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Re: Steam broadcasting (or any broadcasting for that matter)
« Reply #1 on: February 20, 2015, 13:24:49 »
As much as I'd like to do a bit of streaming here and there, my internet speed won't allow it. It makes me sad, but then again, who the fuck wants to watch someone play bad a games. ;)


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