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#XSplitFamily Daily Rounds Recap for July 2nd - 20th
Date Posted: 22 JUL 2015
If you're part of our community and have been following us on Twitter, you probably have seen us do what we call nightly rounds where live streamers, regardless of how big or small they are, share their channels with the chance of getting feedback from us as well being able to ask us any questions about XSplit. Not to mention the possibility to be promoted on our Twitter and even get hosted on our Twitch/Hitbox channels. Without further ado, here are some live streamers...
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XSplit Sponsors Vidcon 2015
Date Posted: 20 JUL 2015
We're excited to announce our presence in this year's VidCon where we are one of the sponsors and will also be exhibiting for the first time. We're located at Booth #1411 and looking forward to meeting you all. :-) VidCon is an annual conference about video creation and vlogging where thousands of video content creators and viewers, as well as industry representatives worldwide gather. While we have attended the event in the past as a viewer, it will be our first time exhibiti...
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XSplit and Mad Catz Partner for EVO 2015
Date Posted: 16 JUL 2015
With thousands of fighting game players in attendance, EVO not only is the biggest fighting game tournament in the world, but also the biggest gathering of the fighting game community. Tons of side tournaments, grudge matches, gaming personalities, and game demos can be found at EVO. For EVO 2015, Mad Catz and XSplit are partnering to give you a glimpse into what can be found if you attended EVO 2015. The XSplit team will broadcast a variety of side events from the Mad Catz booth at ...
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Introducing Adaptive CBR in XSplit Broadcaster V2
Date Posted: 15 JUL 2015
This blog post will introduce you to the newest XSplit Broadcaster V2 feature, adaptive bitrate! Adaptive Bitrate is a new feature in XSplit Broadcaster 2.4+ available for CBR streams (currently only for x264 codec). If enabled, the bitrate will automatically change when network conditions fluctuate. For example if your upstream bandwidth changes midstream, XSplit Broadcaster will try to match the current available upstream bandwidth to prevent constant frame drops, and if more bandwidth beco...
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