Ai tuoi spettatori sembrerà di essere proprio accanto a te quando Razer Ripsaw trasmette sulle popolari piattaforme di streaming a 1080p e sino a 60 fotogrammi al secondo.
Progettato con lo standard leader di settore USB 3.0, Razer Ripsaw acquisisce i filmati di gioco come dati grezzi non compressi e li trasmette con una latenza vicina allo zero. Nessuno "schermo strappato", nessun artefatto, solo uno streaming ultra-fluido.
Utilizzando il comodo canale di mixaggio audio secondario di Razer Ripsaw, puoi collegare con facilità una sorgente musicale aux-in o microfono mic-in per sovrapporre allo stream commenti o la giusta traccia musicale.
Razer Ripsaw è dotato di cavi aggiuntivi per il collegamento plug-and-play a Nintendo Switch, PC, Razer Forge TV, Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS4, PS3 e WiiU.
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Razer Ripsaw funziona al meglio con uno dei seguenti software di streaming.
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This is the basic setup procedure to getting started streaming with the Razer Ripsaw capture card and your preferred streaming software. How to plug in additional hardware, or further advanced tweaking information can be found at https://obsproject.com/forum/
Right-click on the OBS shortcut and run it as admin. This is so as to let OBS make full use of your PC’s drivers and processes.
You should see the screen below.
Then go to Encoding > Max Bitrate (kb/s) and change it to anywhere between 5 – 6000kb/s. Why?
This is because for local recording, this means that at 6000kb/s, 1 sec of footage = 6mb. So this is dependent on your local hard drive space, something to keep in mind if you intend to record lengthy footage.
This should be it! Now, all you’ve got to do is Preview Stream to “test” that everything is working. And if it is, you should see the screen from your gaming setup mirrored in OBS. If everything looks good to you, hit the Start Streaming/Start Recording button and you’re LIVE!
This is the basic setup procedure to getting started streaming with the Razer Ripsaw capture card and your preferred streaming software. How to plug in additional hardware, or further advanced tweaking information can be found at https://www.xsplit.com/broadcaster/manual
If instead, using the Razer Ripsaw with the paid-version of XSplit Gamecaster, see step 11 below.
Download XSplit Broadcaster on your streaming machine. Go ahead and install it.
Log in to your account, or make a brand new one. If it’s your first time using XSplit, it’ll ask you to authenticate to your live streaming service i.e. Twitch, or others. Go ahead and do that if you’ve already got a Twitch or similar such service set up. Otherwise click Skip to go ahead.
You should see a screen like this.
Go to Broadcast > Add Channel > Choose your preferred platform.
For the purposes of this guide, we’ll go with Twitch.
If you’ve got an account already, please Authorize it through the proper XSplit Broadcaster channels. Otherwise Skip Wizard.
You should see "Twitch Properties".
Twitch Properties > Server > choose the one closest to you
Click on the Settings cog icon for an advanced look at the video encoding settings. Most of the settings here can be kept as is.
Encoder preset > generally “faster” is fine, but the rule of thumb is, if you have a slower processor, the faster the preset – so you can try superfast or ultrafast but stream quality will take a hit.
This should be it! Now, all you’ve got to do is Broadcast > Twitch or your selected platform to get started. If you’re using the free version of XSplit Broadcaster, you’ll be asked if you want to stream in 30 FPS without watermark, or 60 FPS with (until you unlock). Select which you’ll prefer streaming with. Then, you’ll get a pop up when you’re confirmed LIVE!
Using the Razer Ripsaw with XSplit Gamecaster is as easy as plugging it in and having it be detected by the software. But this only applies to the Paid Version of XSplit Gamecaster.