Melvin Dichoso

Melvin Dichoso

Social Media Manager and main blog writer of XSplit. He can be found @melvinblog but his tweets are anything but interesting.

Simple Way to Customize Encoder Settings

We recently noticed a clever post on the TeamLiquid forum, claiming to increase the performance by 400% by using a replacement DLL for  the x264 encoder. Well, let's not get into the numbers, but the post was right on the money. We did have some threading issues with our x264 DLL build, which re...

March 14, 2016 at 5:34am

XSplit - High Quality at Low Bandwidth

By: Cristian aka « Trance »  In my previous entry, I was testing the new game source with some really high-end settings and without great consideration for bandwidth. If you still haven’t read this blog entry then check it out here. My objective in this blog is to show how good live stream resul...

March 4, 2016 at 5:35am

XSplit Quality, VBV-Buffer and Preset Settings

XSplit uses the x264 encoder, so let’s start off by saying that parameters mentioned in the title, with the exception of the quality parameters, mean the same as the parameters in the x264 wiki here: https://mewiki.project357.com/wiki/X264_Settings Quality: Since quality is different l...

March 2, 2016 at 9:49am

Setting Video and Audio Delays on Camera Sources

Welcome to the XSplit Workshop, a feature series where we provide handy tips to help you get the most out of your broadcast.  This week we have put together a guide that will teach you how to set video and audio delay in XSplit Broadcaster. For those who prefer more visual learning, the video be...

March 2, 2016 at 9:49am

How To Add Custom RTMP in XSplit Broadcaster

Adding your own custom RTMP is very easy using XSplit Broadcaster. All you have to do is click on Broadcast >> Edit Channels >> Add >> Custom RTMP  You will be shown with this interface. If you are using 3rd party streaming service, the service provider will typically have information on how to...

March 2, 2016 at 9:47am

Using Web Cameras with XSplit Broadcaster

Welcome to the XSplit Workshop, a feature series where we provide tips to help you get the most out of XSplit. One of the most commonly hardware devices used with XSplit is a web camera. Whether you are vlogging or casting an epic run-through the arena in Hearthstone, adding a web camera is a sure...

March 1, 2016 at 2:03pm