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How Do I Broadcast Live Gameplay From My PC?

By Rab2140
Sep 19, 2008
  1. Hello all, Just today, after a long think. I decided to signup for a justin.tv account, to start broadcasting gameplay from my pc.

    My question how do i do it?

    Since the content is coming from the pc, do i just need some capture software? justin tv does not detect any such software.

    I am just wondering if i need to buy anything to stream live gameplay from my pc.

    If anyone could shed some light on this area for me, that would be great:D

    Thanks
     
  2. DaMak420

    DaMak420 TS Rookie Posts: 227

    I am checking out that site for any tips, or tricks, haven't personally used it before, but I may start :)
     
  3. DaMak420

    DaMak420 TS Rookie Posts: 227

    If you want to stream live from your desktop, you need to click "create a channel"

    Once there enter the info required to create that channel.

    Once complete, and it tells you "no camera detected" click on the tab that says "See Too"

    It will ask you to download the "See Too" software. I don't know anything about the software, so download at your own risk.

    Once downloaded, install and begin streaming from your desktop. give your friends the channel info, so they can see.

    Edit : the above is for streaming static video..... hmmmm....
     
  4. DaMak420

    DaMak420 TS Rookie Posts: 227

    Rab,

    Try using a program like this - http://www.superwebcam.com/download.php?rand=876496 (not a direct download link, takes you to the direct download page, Use at own risk)

    it should allow you to use your desktop as a "camera" which would allow you to broadcast live from any game you were in.
     
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