XSplit Broadcaster is one of the most popular and widely used applications for live Internet broadcasting, with a user base ranging from hobbyists to prominent professional casters around the world and is available in multiple languages.
XSplit allows users to record or live stream any type of media, while taking advantage of Live TV production features that anyone can learn to master.
Despite XSplit Broadcaster’s ease of use, it has many features that you can use to create complex productions.
This manual gives you a breakdown of XSplit Broadcaster’s features so you can feel confident when you’re creating the broadcast that your audience deserves.
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