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Common questions and issues for Gamecaster. If you have general questions, this is the place to start!
What are the system requirements?
Streaming and Recording uses up a lot of system resources. With game capture, camera feeds, animations, web browser sources and a whole host of other goodies, it's important you meet a certain standard to best avoid any unwanted lag. Minimum Requirements Processor: 4th Generation Core i5 or equivalent Graphics Card: GeForce / Radeon Class (DirectX 10.1 compatible or better) Memory: 8GB RAM
Introducing the Gamecaster Pro License
Let us know your thoughts: take the survey. A year ago we set out on our own to make Gamecaster the best and easiest app for going live to Twitch, YouTube and Facebook, and to help content creators on their journey to grow and be discovered. We are planning some changes to the Gamecaster experience, but we want your feedback to understand if we’re on the right path, before we roll them out. There’s a link to a survey at the end of the email, and we w
How do I add custom transitions (stingers) to my Scene?
Adding custom stinger transitions is easy! Gamecaster supports any .webm transition out of the box, read on to find out how. Open up your Windows File Explorer and go to %appdata%/Gamecaster/transitions (you can just copy and paste this into the "URL" bar!) Hit Enter to open the directory. Copy and paste your .webm file into this directory. You can configure
How do I use VTube Studio with Gamecaster?
Ready to join the virtual avatar revolution? Read on to quickly get started with VTube Studio and Gamecaster.
How do I use NVIDIA Noise Removal?
If your PC or laptop comes with an NVIDIA RTX GPU, NVIDIA Noise Removal powered by NVIDIA Broadcast is a cutting-edge technology you can use to help remove extraneous sounds if you're streaming or recording in a noisy environment. It's also now completely free to use inside of Gamecaster, so you can make the most of your existing microphone. To start, load up Gamecaster and click on the ⚙ icon beside the audio source of your microphone: !(https://storage.crisp.chat/users/
My game isn't being detected by Gamecaster
In order for us to detect your game, we need to be able to hook into it. Some games prevent us from being able to do this (usually as a result of anti-cheat protocols), some applications we do not have the technology or capability to do just yet, and in other cases it may just be as simple as clicking inside the window to trigger the hook. Try the steps below to see if it helps catch your game, and if all else fails, drop us a line on Discord so we can help you
Can I use two PCs to stream?
How to use NewTek NDI to help take the load off your gaming PC for streaming.
I need help! Where can I get support?
Our main and fastest means of providing support is over over on our Discord server. There you'll be able to ask the community for immediate help, or from our official support team from Mon to Fri between 4am-1pm UTC / 9pm-6am PST / 12pm-9pm HKT. You may also DM us on Twitter, send us an e-mail via email@example.com, or Chat with us through the link at the bottom of this page.
What is clipping?
Gamecaster's clipping feature allows you to press a hotkey and instantly save the last seconds of your scene, gameplay, or webcam feed as a clip. From there, you can use your clips in your personal highlight reels, share them with friends, or show off your skills on social media. To get started, a new Clips menu has been added to Settings, and going there allows you to: Enable Clipping via the toggle. Set a Hotkey so you can clip without interrupting your session.
Are you adding new things to The Vault?
Yes, of course! We're always working on new stuff to help everyone make the most out of their streams. If we launch big things like major updates to Gamecaster, The Vault, or other new features, we'll be sure to make an announcement in our Discord. Feel free to drop by Discord if you have any questions or suggestions for new categories or assets you'd like to see in The Vault, or drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org.
How to add Stingers from The Vault
So you have a small pile of Gamecaster Gold and want to add a bit of flair to your stream with some custom transitions. It's just a few simple clicks to pick one out from The Vault and add it to scene set, allowing you to use unique and professional animations when you're switching between scenes. First, head over to The Vault and the Stingers category on the left and which Stinger(s) you'd like to purchase. You can also see here which Stingers you've bought before. !(https://storage.crisp