XSplit Gamecaster 2.3.1504.3029
XSplit Gamecaster Specifications
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XSplit Gamecaster Review
Last Updated: 2015-05-22 03:01:43
If you are a gamer, there is no doubt you have heard of services such as Twitch, Hitbox, or even YouTube for watching live gameplay of someone playing the video game you enjoy, live. With these services, there are large communities of members that are dedicated to going to the site and following their favorite streamers that play their favorite video games. They will watch these streamers for the social experience, for learning how to play the game better, or to see how a video game is before they choose to buy the game. Using XSplit Gamecaster, you can stream your gameplay and, perhaps, build yourself a following just like those guys did.
XSplit Gamecaster makes video game streaming a breeze on a Windows PC. All you have to do it pick the streaming service that you use, and enter your log in information to log into your account for that service. Do not worry, XSplit Gamecaster is completely safe and does not save any of your log in information - so no one but you will have access to your account and only you can stream to your account.
The application includes streaming services such as Twitch, Hitbox, Niconico, Dailymotion, and even YouTube. All of these websites give you some sort of ability of streaming game content to their website using your account to share your gameplay with others on the Internet - whether it be just friends or stranger on the Internet. Either way, with relative ease, you can become a streamer too and get in on the fun when it comes to being a streamer streaming their favorite video games.
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