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Leveling up your Twitch bot with Moobot Assistant 🤖

Moobot Assistant is a desktop app which helps you level up your bot by using your computer in a way that is just not possible through your normal browser.

This lets your bot use local files directly with your OBS or XSplit streaming software, keyboard hot-keys which work even across windows and in full-screen, and much more!

The dashboard on your Moobot Assistant app works just like your normal dashboard, but has all its additional benefits!

  • Keyboard hot-keys to operate your Moobot while remaining in your other apps and games (full-screen included.)
  • Local files updated in real-time with data which you can use in your broadcasting software (like OBS or XSplit.)
  • A more streamlined interface without the usual browser clutter.

Installing Moobot Assistant#

Follow these steps to download and install Moobot Assistant:

  1. While on your dashboard, open up the menu from the main menu, then open the menu from there.The miscellaneous menu
  2. While in the menu click the appropriate button at the bottom of the menu, downloading the one meant for your operating system (either Windows or macOS.)Choosing the correct download for Moobot AssistantDownloading Moobot Assistant
  3. Download the file to your local file system.
  4. Run the downloaded file.
    1. On Windows, you may get a pop-up titled as the file is an unknown file. Click the label, and then the button.Windows pop-up step 1Windows pop-up step 2
  5. The installer will now download Moobot Assistant and install it for you.
  6. Once you have completed the installation, Moobot Assistant will open automatically, and you will see the main page of Moobot.
  7. Log in to Moobot as normal.
  8. Once on your dashboard you should now have access to the menu in the main menu!The Moobot Assistant menu

Speeding up your workflow with hotkeys#

Keyboard hot-keys can perform certain actions, speeding up your workflow by avoiding unnecessary mouse clicks.

You can use your hot-keys while you're in other apps and games, including when you're in full-screen.

When you use a hot-key, it will be for your previously opened dashboard window.

Follow these steps to set up a hot-key:

  1. Open up the menu from the main menu, then open the menu from there.The Moobot Assistant menu
  2. Activate the toggle button at the top of the menu, enabling the use of hot-keys.Activating the use of hot-keys
  3. Focus on any of the inputs you want to set a hot-key for. (Its label describes what the hot-key is for.)Hot-key without key combination
  4. While focused inside the input, press and hold a key combination on your keyboard. Use e.g. CTRL, ALT, or/and SHIFT, in combination with letter or number keys. This key combination will be your hot-key. E.g. the hot-key requires you to hold both the and the key on your keyboard.Hotkey with key combination
  5. Save your hot-keys by clicking the button at the bottom of the menu.

Try a different key combination if you're having trouble getting your hot-key to work as intended. Sometimes other apps on your system may interfere with your hot-key.

tip

You can use any keyboard keys as a hot-key, but we recommend combining keys like CTRL, ALT, or/and SHIFT with a letter or number key in your hot-key so you're not using it accidentally.

Hotkeys for your song-player#

You can use hot-keys to better manage your song-player, avoiding changing the window and clicking the buttons inside the player.

Just add a hot-key for any of these actions:

  • Pause/un-pause the song-player.
  • Skip the current song playing in the song-player.
  • Toggle muting of the song-player.
  • Increase the volume of the song-player.
  • Decrease the volume of the song-player.
  • Add the current song playing in the song-player to the secondary playlist.
  • Blacklist the user and song playing in the song-player.

Hotkeys for sending chat commands to Twitch chat#

You can use hot-keys to send any of your custom chat commands to Twitch chat, avoiding having to type the command in chat to send it.

Just add a hot-key for and select the command you want the hot-key to send to Twitch chat.

Hotkeys for dashboard navigation#

You can use hot-keys to open up your dashboard, or a different dashboard you're an editor on, avoiding navigating through the taskbar menu of your Moobot Assistant app every time you need to use the dashboard.

The hot-key will focus the dashboard's window if it's already opened.

Just add a hot-key for any of the actions in the section of the hot-keys menu.

Hotkeys for interacting with dashboard widgets#

You can use hot-keys to interact with certain dashboard widgets, avoiding switching to the dashboard window and clicking inside the widgets.

Just add a hot-key for any of these actions:

Hotkeys for opening dashboard menus#

You can use hot-keys to open menus inside the dashboard, avoiding having to navigate through the main menu.

Just add a hot-key for any of the actions in the section of the hot-keys menu.

Hotkeys for running ads on Twitch#

You can use hot-keys to run ads on your Twitch stream, avoiding changing the window and clicking a button to run the ad.

Just add a hot-key for the ad-durations you want in the section of the hot-keys menu.

Using real-time data from your bot in your broadcasting software#

Moobot can write data in real-time to local files on your system, which you can then use directly in your streaming software, like OBS or XSplit, to e.g. display on-screen which song you're listening to.

You can also adjust the data written to the file, formatting it however you like.

Follow these steps to add a local file:

  1. Open up the menu from the main menu, then open the menu from there.The Moobot Assistant menu
  2. Find the type of data you want to write to a file, in its own section of the menu, and then activate its toggle button.
  3. (⁎) Focus an input inside the section and type what to write to the file. Use the tags in the drop-down to insert dynamic data into the written contents. Repeat this step for each of the inputs in the section.Typing what will be written to the fileWhat will be written to the file
  4. Click the button at the bottom of the menu to save your changes.

(⁎) You can leave an input blank if you want the file to be empty for that specific state. E.g. when a song is not playing you may want the file to be empty, so it doesn't display any text.

File with no contents

You can navigate to your data files by clicking the button at the bottom of the menu.

Open the Moobot Assistant file location

Use the buttons to test the various files to make sure they're working as intended.

Using your data file in OBS as on-screen text#

Follow these steps to use your data file in OBS:

  1. Open up your OBS.
  2. Right-click inside the panel, select and then .Adding a text source to OBS
  3. Name your new text source, and click the OK button.Naming the OBS text source
  4. Activate the checkbox.Setting the OBS text source to read from file
  5. Click the button at the end of the input.
  6. Navigate to the location of your Moobot Assistant data files. (You can use the button at the bottom of the menu in your Moobot Assistant to see the location.)Open the Moobot Assistant file location
  7. (⁎) Select the file you want to display. Its contents will be the contents of your text source, and will auto update whenever the file updates.
  8. Click in the dialog to add the file.OBS text source with location set
  9. (Optional) Adjust the other settings for your text source.
  10. Click OK at the bottom of the menu to save your text source.
  11. Move and adjust your new text source in your scene.OBS text source displayed with data

(⁎) If the location of your Moobot Assistant data files does not list your file, go to the menu and use the appropriate button to create the file.

Displaying the currently playing song on-screen#

Moobot Assistant can make data files for your song-player, displaying on-screen what song is playing.

Just add a local file for the section.

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You can leave the input blank if you want to hide the text when a song is not playing.

Displaying the latest engagements on-screen#

Moobot Assistant can make data files for the stream's latest engagements, displaying it on-screen.

These engagements include the latest:

Just add a local file for any of these engagements in their section of the menu.

Sours: https://moo.bot/docs/leveling-up-your-twitch-bot-with-moobot-assistant

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Installation

1. Go to www.xsplit.com, select Gamecaster, then click the Download Gamecaster button.

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2. Install XSplit Gamecaster after downloading.

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3. Run XSplit. XSplit will ask you to connect to your streaming platform ( Facebook, YouTube, Twitch, Mixer) or connect using your XSplit account.

XSplit Gamecaster Guide for Beginners

 

4. In our case, we opt to connect using our XSplit account. XSplit will open your default browser where you can log in using your XSplit account.

XSplit Gamecaster Guide for Beginners

 

5. If successful, XSplit will authorize your account to use XSplit Gamecaster. Your account will be automatically signed-in on XSplit app.

XSplit Gamecaster Guide for Beginners

 

Setting Up Streaming Devices

1. On first use of XSplit Gamecaster, XSplit will guide you to set-up your streaming devices – camera, mic, and speakers.

XSplit Gamecaster Guide for Beginners

 

2. Select stream Any Game on this PC option then click Next.

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3. Select your camera or webcam on the drop-down list then click Next.

XSplit Gamecaster Guide for Beginners

 

4. Select you microphone on the drop-down list then click Next. Do the same for Speakers.

XSplit Gamecaster Guide for Beginners

 

5. At the end of streaming configuration, click the I’LL STREAM LATER option. We will set-up our sets and scenes before we start streaming.

XSplit Gamecaster Guide for Beginners

 

Setting Up Sets and Scenes

A Scene is how the your stream would look like while Sets are a collection of scenes. You would like to have a different Set for different games you stream and have multiple scenes for each sets. Let’s create your first set.

1. Click the Create Set button (+) on the left side of Gamecaster app.

XSplit Gamecaster Guide for Beginners

 

2. Type in the name of the game for this set, select an icon, and click the Create button.

XSplit Gamecaster Guide for Beginners

 

3. Your Set is now added. To add a scene, click the Add Scene box or the Add Scene button (+).

XSplit Gamecaster Guide for Beginners

 

4. XSplit will offer you to create your own scene or choose from their library of themes. These are premade scenes with color schemes, camera, and other widgets all set. Let’s choose a theme.

XSplit Gamecaster Guide for Beginners

 

5. You will be directed to themes library. Select a theme that fits the color and design according to the genre of your game (sci-fi, fantasy, sports, etc.)

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6. Upon selecting a theme, you will see how each scenes look like, the color schemes available, along with other details about the theme. Click Add to Studio to continue using the theme.

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7. The scenes are now added. You can take a look each scenes. If you wish to edit a scene, click the Edit button (pencil icon) of the scene.

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8. Most of the widgets you need when your stream are already added. If you wish to add widgets (text, background audio, image, etc), just click the Add Widget button. If you want to turn off widgets, just click the toggle button. If you want to delete a widget, select the widget then click the trash bin icon.

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9. On to the right side of the window, you will have access to Color scheme, Advanced Mode, and Potato Mode options. If you want to change the colors, just click the Color Scheme button to access available color schemes.

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10. Turning on Advanced Mode will unlock other settings for you to fully customize a widget.
Potato Mode will turn off animations to minimize the load and processes causing FPS drops. Turn this On if your PC is not fast enough or you need to maintain high FPS especially when playing fast paced games like CSGO.

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11. Click the Save button to save all the changes you have made.

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12. Test Center allows you to view and test a scene with its widgets. Click the Test Center icon to launch Test Center.

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13. To see how each widget would show up in your stream just click each widget. Click the Back button to go back to Scene Editor.

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14. If you are done doing the changes, click the Save button and click the X button on the top-right of the window to close the Scene Editor window.

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15. To change the transition animation between scenes, select from the drop down list and click between scenes to view its animation.

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Link XSplit to Your Social Network Account

We will now link your XSplit account to your social network account where you want to go live.

1. Click the gear icon at the bottom-right corner or click you account at the top-right corner then click Settings.

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2. Click the Accounts tab then click a social network where you will go live. Your default browser will open.

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3. XSplit will launch you default browser and direct you to YouTube (or Facebook). Do not click the Cancel button.

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YouTube

4. Select your YouTube account then click the Allow button.

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Facebook

5. Click the Continue button on the first pop-up window and select Public on the second pop-up window.

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6. On the third pop-up window, click Choose what you allow to manage which one of your Facebook Page will be linked (if you have more than one ) and what will be posted on Facebook through the XSplit app. Click OK when you are done.

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7. Your Youtube and Facebook accounts are now linked to XSplit. You can do the same for Twitch, Mixer, and Spotify if you have accounts for them.

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Stream Settings

1. Go to Settings, click the Streaming Tab, and select one of your linked account from the drop down list.

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2. Select the Custom option.

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3. Select the following values for each settings

    • Resolution – 720p HD, or 1080p Full HD if you have a faster computer
    • Codec – AMD VCE if you have and AMD Graphics card, HD 7700 or higher
    • NVIDIA NVENC if you have NVIDIA graphics card, GeForce GTX 650 or higher
    • Intel Quick Sync if you have Intel HD graphics, 2nd Gen Intel Core processor or newer
    • Frame Rate – 30 FPS, 60 FPS if you have a faster computer and faster internet
    • Bitrate – bitrate depends on your internet upload speed. You can check your internet upload speed on speedtest.net and fast.com

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Below is our recommended bitrate for each internet upload speed, resolution, and frame rate.

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Google, Facebook and Twitch have their own recommended streaming settings. Click the following links to take a loot at it.

YouTube – https://support.google.com/youtube/answer/2853702?hl=en
Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/help/1534561009906955
Twitch – https://stream.twitch.tv/encoding/

 

4. Turn-off Stream delay and Record locally options. Here is our stream settings.

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5. Go to Hotkeys tab. Input keys for In-game HUD and Switch to scenes 1 and 2. Click the + button if have more scenes then close the window.

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Going Live

1. Select your Start scene then click the social media icon.

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2. Select the account where you will publish your livestream then close the window.

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3. Click the Stream button.

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4. Fill-in the fields for the details of your livestream. Select Public for Privacy setting then click the Go Live Button. For Facebook, select your Facebook Page where you will go live. Click the Checkbox so you will not fill-in the fields again for your next stream.

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5. A notification will appear when the streaming started.

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6. You can view your livestream through your browser.

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7. Press the XSplit HUD hotkey (Ctrl+Shift+H) to brin up the HUD. TheHUD willshow you Stream Events, Chats, and Stream Info. You can also change some settings, stop your livestream, and switch scenes.

XSplit Gamecaster Guide for Beginners

 

8. To end your livestream, click the stop button from the HUD then close your game.

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9. At the end of your livestream, you will be asked for a rating. You can skip this by clicking the Cancel button.

XSplit Gamecaster Guide for Beginners

 

Setup Tipping

1. Go to Settings.

XSplit Gamecaster Guide for Beginners

 

2. In settings window, go to Tipping tab, then set your username and your PayPal email address. Click here if you don’t have a PayPal account. A PayPal Personal Account would do.

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3. You now have your tipping page. Copy your tipping page link to your stream description and social media channels.

XSplit Gamecaster Guide for Beginners

 

4. This is what XSplit tipping page look like.

XSplit Gamecaster Guide for Beginners

 

Troubleshooting

Games Not Detected

1. Click inside the game then alt tab to Gamecaster. Sometimes it takes a while before Gamecaster detects your game.

Gamecaster game not detected

 

2. If that did not worked, go to Studio, click the Sources button, then select your game from the list. If you don’t see your game from the list, restart both Gamecaster and your game.

Gamecaster game not detected

 

3. Your game should now be shown in your livestream. You may not see it in Gamecaster but it should be in your livestream.


HUD may no longer work but your hotkeys will still work.

 

4. If that didn’t worked, uninstall Gamecaster then delete the remaining temporary files using disk cleanup tool, Windows Disk Cleanup Tool and CCleaner are some examples.

Gamecaster game not detected

 

5. Download and install the latest version of Gamecaster. Gamecaster recommends turning off third party anti-virus tools to avoid interference during installation.

Gamecaster game not detected

 

Sours: https://www.gamingpcbuilder.com/xsplit-gamecaster-guide-for-beginners/
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xui-keystrokes

This project was bootstrapped with Create React App.

This is a small library for handling key and midi strokes specifically for Xsplit Broadcaster. There is a postinstall script that generates a production build for distribution or manually invoke using command "webpack --env.production".

KeyStrokeHandler object needs xjs to fully function.

  • most methods of the class are static
  • this handles both recieving and emitting key and midi strokes.

assignXjs(xjsObj)

  • encapsulates xjs object within the class.

initWithXjsDllHook(xjsObj)

  • encapsulates xjs object within the class and loads the Xsplit Dll to listen for keyStrokes.

initMidiHook()

  • loads Xsplit Midi Dll to listen to Midi device inputs.

preventKeyHandlerEmit(value)

  • option to prevent KeyStrokeHandler to emit midi/keyStrokes

on(event, handler)

  • sets emitter for key up event.

off(event, handler)

  • removes emitter for key up event.

onDown(event, handler)

  • sets emitter for key up event.

offDown(event, handler)

  • removes emitter for key up event.

XUIKeyStrokes

  • a react component to accept and display key and midi strokes.

Example usage

package.json

sample.js

Sours: https://github.com/xjsframework/xjs-hotkeys
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Advanced Tips

This section of the Getting Started will help you improve your stream production. While streaming setups can vary greatly, the tips provided here apply to a wide variety of users.


Webcams vs Camcorders

Switching from a webcam device to a camcorder is one of the most common upgrades if you want better visual quality.

Camcorders has the ability to adjust a variety of options such as shutter speed, aperture, ISO sensitivity, etc. Camcorders also have better performance with Chroma Keying and low light situations.

The only drawback to using Camcorders is the increased equipment requirements. You'll need to have a tripod, a capture card and extra cabling to effectively add it to your XSplit Broadcaster.


Chroma Key Recommendations

Chroma Key is a useful tool on improving your production. However, without the right conditions, it is easy to get a poor Chroma Key effect as seen below.

  • You should have balanced lighting conditions when using Chroma Key as poor or harsh lighting will severely reduce the quality of the Chroma Key effect.

  • Your backdrop should be as smooth as possible as creases create shadows that are hard to compensate for when adjusting your Chroma Key settings.

  • It is also important to make sure that the subject is always on focus and manually set your white balance and exposure. If these settings are set to automatic, the Chroma Key effect might be affected.

  • Always make sure that the subject doesn't wear any clothing or accessories that is a similar shade and color to your Chroma Key backdrop as they'll also be affected.

Note: Chroma Key doesn’t always have to be used with camera sources. Many use chroma key with video files and screen captures to add elements such as video graphics and web-based notifications.


Thumbnail Scene Preview and Preview Editor Window

As your broadcast becomes increasingly intricate, it is vital to know which scenes you are switching to and be able to edit scenes before switching to them.

Thumbnail Scene Preview

Allows you to see that you are switching to the correct scene. To enable, you can go on Tools > Settings > General tab and change the Thumbnail Preview option

Preview Editor Window

Allows you to edit a scene before pushing it live on your stream. You can right-click any scene that you wish to edit and select Preview Editor.

You can make any kind of adjustments to any scene that you choose. Once you're finished, click Push Live and the Preview scene should be pushed live on your stream.


Image Slideshow and Video Playlist

Another feature is the Image Slideshow, Media Slideshow, and the Video Playlist source plugin which enables you to show sponsors' advertisements or various media during breaks. You can also apply custom transition and looping effects.


Audio Setup Tips

Audio setups can become complicated as your production becomes more advanced. If you want to use more microphone devices or have different video sources, you'll need to get an external mixer.

There is a wide variety of mixers that cost an equally wide variety of prices. However, most entry-level mixers can get the job done.

You must have enough inputs for your talents, system sound, and perhaps an extra input for video or music playback. Another useful feature would be the auxiliary outputs or talk back feature used to send the audio to your live audience.

Now that you've gotten your mixer set up, you'll need to send the audio from the mixer to XSplit Broadcaster. Some of the mid-range mixers have USB functionality that allows the mixer itself to be seen as a microphone input in XSplit Broadcaster. However, the most common method is to use a cable to send the mixer outputs to the microphone or line input of your PC. You can click here to know how to do this.

Be warned that it is possible to encounter static or noise when using this method. This could be due to either electrical noise or faulty electrical wiring. The noise can be reduced by connecting the PC to a power regulator.


Masking

Let's you clip the source to the shape of your selected mask. You can select a pre-defined shape as a mask such as rectangular, rounded, oval, and diamond. You can also select a file (.JPG, .PNG, .BMP, .GIF, and .TIFF files are the supported file formats).

To apply a mask, right-click on a source and go to the Effects tab:

  • To use a pre-defined shape as a mask, click Shape then select your desired shape from the list.

  • To use an Image file as a mask, click File then click on to browse for your desired image:

  • To remove the mask, click None.


Source Transitions

Source Transition is a useful feature that can help improve the quality of your production. This can be applied on most sources in XSplit Broadcaster.

To activate source transitions, right-click on a source and go to the Effects tab:

  • In the Effects tab, you can apply a variety of transition effects and also control the speed of those transitions. To activate the transition, simply select it from the list.

  • To deactivate the transition, set it to None.


Stream Delay

You can add a time delay on what you're currently streaming and what is being displayed publicly to your viewers by enabling stream delay.

This is usually used to avoid stream-sniping or ghosting when streaming games, so opponents couldn't get an unfair advantage over you by viewing your stream.

You can learn more about this feature here.


Hotkeys

Hotkeys are an often overlooked feature of XSplit Broadcaster. They allow you to expand your control set beyond mouse clicks. You can set Hotkeys by going on Tools > Settings then clicking on the Hotkeys tab. You can learn more about it here.


Web Page Source

Allows you to add webpages as sources. You can add a variety of sources and widgets to XSplit Broadcaster. Some of these use cases include follower notifications, chat overlays and much more.


Projector

Allows you to show your XSplit Broadcaster Preview window as a full screen output through your PC's graphics card. This is useful if you want to send a video feed to a projector device for your presentation.

You can also send multiple projector outputs if you have multiple outputs available on your PC. If you only have one available output, you can use a hardware splitter to send a duplicate of the video feed to another device.


Sours: https://help.xsplit.com/en/articles/5142949-advanced-tips

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How to Record Videos With XSplit

Though most people have heard of XSplit due to its live-streaming capabilities, with many streamers on Twitch opting to use it for that purpose, the software actually offers screen recording features as well.

Just like with OBS, recording your screen with XSplit is incredibly easy. Just read our guide and you’ll be an expert in no time.

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The All-in-One Screen Recorder & Video Editor

  • Record desktop screen, voiceover, and webcam simultaneously
  • Edit recorded clips quickly with a wide range of professional tools
  • Built-in plentiful templates and effects
  • Export to MP4, MOV, MKV, GIF and multiple formats

Recording videos with XSplit

Note: XSplit Broadcaster and Gamecaster are extremely similar and work in the same way, they are simply geared towards difference audiences (the hint is in their names). Here, we will be using Broadcaster as the example software.

Step 1: Get prepared

Before you actually start recording, you need to ensure that all of your settings are up to par so you won’t have to deal with issues later on.

On the top right-hand corner, you will find the Resolution menu. Here, you will be able to select from a number of different options. If your hardware supports it, make sure to select the highest resolution possible (1920 x 1080 aka 1080p).

With that said, the free version will restrict you to 1280 x 720, aka 720p.

This will depend on what you are recording mostly. For an instructional video, 30FPS is just fine. For a video game recording, however, you should opt for 60FPS recordings as they will look much better and all the popular sites support it.

Note that the free version restricts you to 30FPS.

Audio is incredibly important, so head over to Tools > Settings > Audio and make sure that XSplit has configured everything correctly.

If you are using the paid version, you will also be able to monitor audio output as your audience will hear it.

Go to Tools > Settings > Hotkeys and set up every feature that you will use right away. You will definitely want to set up buttons to trigger recordings as well as to change scenes.

Just make sure that your hotkeys will not interfere with other programs or with the game you’ll be recording.

Step 2: Start recording

Now that the background settings are all finished, you need to set up your recording scenes and sources.

On the bottom left-hand corner, click on the Add button to include your sources. These can be anything from a game to your webcam to a logo image to everything in between.

With the scenes feature, you will be able to combine all of the sources into one neat video. XSplit makes it very easy to resize and refit each window to suit your purposes.

When everything is ready, just press the hotkey you previously set up to start the recording. Remember that the same hotkey will also stop the recording.

Step 3: Locate your recordings

In case you don’t know where your recordings are stored, finding them is very easy. Go to Tools > Recordings > Location and click on the Open Folder button to locate them.

By default, the videos will be saved in the MP4 format, and you can share them pretty much anywhere including YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, and so forth.

In case you need to change something in the recordings, you will need a video editing software like Wondershare Filmora. With that, you can cut and trim the video, add transitions, background music, and more.

Recommended alternative – DemoCreator

If you want a simple alternative to XSplit, we would recommend that you take a look at DemoCreator. The software allows you to both capture and edit your videos and is specifically aimed at tutorial makers and video gamers.

DemoCreator is possibly the easiest video capturing/editing suite to use in the market. In fact, you will be able to start recording within a few seconds of launching the application. And with the simple video editor bundled in, you will be able to make quick changes on the spot.

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