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Live streams are getting popular with every day. Many people start broadcasting video games and what is happening in their life using modern technologies for live streaming. There are plenty web services nowadays. They provide an opportunity to stream favorite games and interact with viewers during broadcasts. Gamers prefer to use the following streaming services: Twitch, YouTube Live, Azubu, Hitbox, Dailymotion, and Afreeca. They provide chat and rating system that allows users to get new viewers.

If you want to start a career of streamer, you should download and set up appropriate software. Then you can attach streaming service channel that you want. These programs allow you to record videos and make live streams. They have a variety of settings and provide the scene menu. That is the useful option for switching between various screens and making a stunning show.

We recommend you to pay attention to OBS (Open Broadcaster Software). Almost all beginners are getting started with this program. It’s easy in use and absolutely free. XSplit is also the very popular solution for video streaming. Despite it’s the paid program, everyone can use demo version that has some limitations.

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FFsplit 0.7.0.26
It's the free utility that allows you to broadcast and record videos.
Free
English
 
 
Open Broadcaster Software 22.0.2
The powerful software for broadcasting and live streaming that supports lots of RTMP services.
Free
English
  10
 
XSplit Gamecaster 3.3.1805.0417
This live streaming software allows you to broadcast game walkthroughs.
Free
English
  1
 
Gameshow 3.9
The modern and powerful program for live streaming and video recording.
Free
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XSplit Broadcaster 2.8.1607.1952
This software allows you to create live broadcasts and video recordings using various tools.
Paid
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