Click on the View menu at the top of the XSplit Broadcaster window. You will see options for resolution, frame rate, scene transition, projector (if you have a premium license), scale view port and snap top grid.
- Resolution: The resolution option allows you to set the resolution of the viewport. This will change the size of the XSplit Broadcaster window. The resolution you set will also be the output resolution of your stream and/or recording. XSplit Broadcaster supports a wide variety of resolutions and you can set custom resolutions as well. Setting the resolution above 1280×720 will add a watermark to your stream or recording if you have a free license.
- Frame rate: The frame rate option allows you to set the frame rate of the viewport. The frame rate set will also be the output frame rate of your stream and/or recording. If you have a paid license you can set the frame rate as high as 240. If you have a free license, setting the frame rate above 30 will add a watermark to your stream or recording.
- Scene transition: Here you can select a transition effect for switching between scenes. You can also set the duration of the transition.
- Projector: If you have a premium license, you can project the viewport to another monitor that is connected to your GPU.
- Scale viewport: Here you can scale the size of the viewport and by extension the whole XSplit Broadcaster window to better fit your desktop. You can also disable the viewport in this menu.
- Snap to grid: Enabling snap to grid will enable a grid that allows you to accurately center and align sources on the viewport to one another.