Mohaa Live ~ With Adams & Misfits

Sun Jan 15, 2017 3:56 pm


  • I like using adobe after effects for most of the editing, creation i used to mess around with.

    how did you get all this set up?

    it would be fun to record as a i play, maybe even make a highlight reel.
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  • Well, I registered an account with YouTube, and activated live streaming in settings. I also registered an account with TwitchTV.

    I streamed using both these free services, and had better luck with YouTube so far.

    I use GeForce Experience and a Sub-Application in it known as Shadow Play to record, stream, play back and even upload videos to social networks and sites, all in an overlay in game. Its pretty nifty, but one of a few applications I am messing around with. So far, I use it the most, because its so easy to use. It connects to the various accounts you may have such as Facebook, YouTube, TwitchTv, Google etc.

    Downside is, its exclusive for users operating Nvidia GPUs.
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  • Yea I used to do this with MOHAA a few times a week for a few using OBS and twitch. Haven't in a while tho. My twitch is https://www.twitch.tv/yobuckwheat.

    I use shadowplay to record footy too but I prefer the old shadowplay with just the green dot notification not the big text in the top right.


    Crazy_Banana wrote:I like using adobe after effects for most of the editing, creation i used to mess around with.

    how did you get all this set up?

    it would be fun to record as a i play, maybe even make a highlight reel.

    After effects is for something like youtube making videos. Streaming is more of a live non edited or filtered video. You canm set it up with OBS (Open Broadcast Software, the best in my opnion) or Shadowplay with GeForce Experience if you have an Nvidia card for a easier more user friendly route. Super easy.

    Also Adams I DEFINITELY recommend getting a program called Virtual Audio Cable. It allows you to create a virtual splitter in your signal chain that allows you to do things like only have the game audio and your "stream" microphone on twitch and cuts out teamspeak and your voice there if you want. So your stream can hear you when you talk to the stream but if you want TS private and allows you to speak in TS private if you choose to do so, hope that makes sense?

    Its awesome there is a lot you can do with virtual audio cable. Torrent it bc its $100 otherwise.
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