With Prism out in the wild, we wanted to put together some ideas around what kind of content could now be produced because of it.
Twitch streamer, superphrenic, put together a helpful guide on internet safety for streamers.
Canadian Twitch streamer, MoySauce08, put together a great instructional video on how to properly configure your lighting and webcam to be the best they possibly can.
It’s been awhile since we released our first tutorial and a lot has changed since then including our name. So, here’s a brand new one.
We sat down with Ashlynn Arias to talk about her career in streaming and where she sees some of the current trends (IRL, mobile, etc.) heading.
Zach Hopkins or Nightassassin26 started using our software back in August of 2016. Since then, he’s stuck to a very consistent streaming schedule in his love for DotA 2 and streaming in general.
Whether you’re on Twitch, Beam, etc. – earning a partnership is a necessary step in the evolution of your streaming career if want to take it serious.
Despite what you’ve heard, you don’t need to hire an artist or know Adobe Photoshop that well to create your own stream overlay.
We caught up with a few Facebook live streamers to chat about why live is so important to them and even got some tips.
Learn how to make your audio sound good, the difference between a condenser and dynamic microphone, what an audio interface does, and more.