Gameshow is the new utility for live streaming that provides a variety of interesting features. Using this program, users can easily start broadcasting on Twitch, YouTube Gaming, and other streaming services. There is also option for video recording. The utility has support for webcams, chromakey (green screen), and capture cards. You can use various templates to make your stream look better. Each template contents several scenes. You can also edit and customize them. There is the capability to create your own widget by Gameshow Widget SDK.
To download the program, you should register an account on the official website of Gameshow. At first, you can set a preview or recording screen. The program has tutorials that will help you start your first stream. Check them in the bottom of the screen. After launching users can select a game they want to broadcast. There are all popular online games, as League of Legends, Dota 2, Minecraft, Counter-Strike: GO, StarCraft 2, Hearthstone, Destiny, and others. When you choose any game from the list, you get access to streaming presets. The software will automatically offer resolution and video bitrate. Also, the program allows you to set scene layer properties, add TwitchAlerts to your stream, and capture Twitch chat.
The program requires 64-bit operating system. Otherwise, you can’t launch it.
Despite it is not the cheap program, Gameshow provides lots of convenient features for live streaming. Especially, this software will be useful for streamers who like to stream video games.
Limitations of trial version
14 days of free usage.
Intel Core i5 CPU 2.5 GHz for 720p streaming (30 FPS).
Intel Core i7 CPU 3 GHz for 1080p streaming (30 FPS).
4 GB RAM.
Nvidia GeForce or AMD Radeon graphics adapter with DirectX 10 support.
2 GB of free disk space.
64-bit operating system.
Added support for High-DPI displays.
The program displays the number of users currently watching a stream.