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Just getting started with Gamecaster and streaming in general? Start here!
Gamecaster Quick Start Guide
1. Log in and connect Gamecaster to the streaming platform of your choice. When you first load up Gamecaster it will ask you to log in using an account on Twitch, Facebook, or YouTube. Authorize and connect Gamecaster to the platform you plan to stream to. If you're streaming to YouTube, make sure you've enabled live streaming from your account page. 2. Configure and test your audio devices. Make sure you’re hearing everything right and can be heard your
Frequently Asked Questions
1. Is Gamecaster free? Will I be charged later on? 2. How about The Vault, do I need to spend money to buy the paid Themes and other assets? 3. What platforms can I stream to with Gamecaster?
Set up your first scene and get streaming!
Welcome to Gamecaster! We can't wait for you to be on your way with your stream or recording, so let's jump right in to Gamecaster's interface to get started. We'll assume you've already installed the program and have logged in to your streaming platform, and are now ready to create your first scene. Create Your First Set The magic happens here in the Set and Scene management area of the interface. If you haven't already, go and create a Set, and you'll end up with a new space to start
Half the fun of streaming is having your audience hear your reactions and commentary while playing. Using a microphone is the best way to interact with your stream! Here are some things check to ensure your mic is properly installed and your voice can be heard on stream: Plug in your microphone into your computer, whether this is via USB or a microphone jack. Go into Windows Sound settings and under Input, make sure your mic shows up and is selected. **Test your mi
Capture Cards: Capture Your Console
Connecting your console to your computer lets you both play your games on your regular monitor in real time, as well as let you use the live feed as a source in Gamecaster so you can stream and record your console gameplay. To do this you would need a capture card such as those from Elgato or AVerMedia. Make sure you install the proper software that comes with your capture card so it’s detected properly by Windows. If Windows can’t see your capture card, then neither can Gameca
How to set up your custom Tipping page
Ready to take your stream to the next level and start earning from your content? Setting up a tipping page is easy with Gamecaster so your audience can donate to your stream. Simply go to Settings > Tipping in Gamecaster and fill up your details for your Username, Display Name, your PayPal Email Address, and which Currency you'd like to receive donations in. Once yo
How can I stream my phone with Gamecaster?
There are a couple of ways to be able to load up your phone's display onto your streaming computer so that you can reliably record or stream your game footage. Hardware Method Just like capturing the feed from a console, a capture card like those from Elgato is one of the most reliable ways to send your phone feed to your PC and into Gamecaster. The first step is to check if your phone is compatible with cables or hubs that use **USB-C
Any Game, Application, Display: what’s the difference?
Gamecaster tries its best to capture any game you're playing, but sometimes some setups have different needs or limitations with how it captures your main source. Each of these options may be selected from the lower left menu of Gamecaster Studio, and here is what each option means: Any Game: Gamecaster tries to detect if you have a game running and automatically displays it in
Webcams: The Window to your Audience
The best way to interact with your viewers is by using a camera to show yourself on stream so they can see your reactions and put a face to your awesome voice. Gamecaster has support for the following camera options: USB webcams like those from Logitech or Razer, or the ones built into your laptop. Virtual cameras that allow you to use avatars or do custom effects like changing your background or adding animations to your camera. Do you have a DSLR or **want to