6 must-have accessories to stream your gameplay

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6 must-have accessories to stream your gameplay

For many of us, watching game streams is as much fun as playing the games. A game streamer not only plays the games, but also gets to interact with his audience in real-time. Streaming sites like Twitch are quite popular in the community, and lately, YouTube has also come up as a preferred platform. Starting your own streaming channel might seem intimidating at first, but with the right tools, you can get a decent head start. Read on to find out what tools you require to start streaming your gameplay.

6 must-have things to stream your gameplay

Camera: If you want to be seen on your stream, a nice webcam is unquestionably important. The best steamers also tend to use higher-quality cameras, including DSLR or premium digital cameras, to take advantage of the high-resolution sensors.

Good lighting: For a stream to look professional, good lighting is crucial. There are several choices, some of which can be managed by software on your computer, or an app on your phone.

Green screen: The next step is adding a green screen to cover up your room’s clutter or lessen the impact your webcam has on the game. With a green screen, you may use a Chroma Key Filter to make everything green translucent, allowing the camera feed to only capture you, your chair, and no other distraction in the background.

Microphone: To interact with your audience while gaming, every streamer uses a high-end microphone. The ideal microphone microphone would be one that concentrates on your speech, cancels all background noise, and sounds amazing.

Audio routing and controls: There are further steps you can take to enhance your streaming audio. Using tools, you can regulate the volume of your gaming console, music, voice chat with friends, microphone, and much more.

Dual monitors: Many streamers use two displays, one for managing the streaming software and the other for running the game. The first might be a simple model, but the second should be a decent-sized HD gaming monitor with a low response time (below 3ms) and a high refresh rate (at least 144Hz).

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