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    hey guys I just started streaming on a daily bases mainly swtor but abitvof .bf3 I'm also thinking of getting days but will need to get arma aswell.

    I'm looking for viewers and followers so please visit the page and click follow an when ever u grit chance just leave the stream on in the background.

    www.twitch.tv/4llsopp

    thanks guys.
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    Might wanna check your xSplit settings or w/e you're using - as it looks like your streaming on a calculator from an Amish internet connection, can't see anything barely in fullscreen, can't read text etc.

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    • #3
      I personally stream at:

      720p
      2000 bitrate 2500 buffer 10 quality
      320 AAC audio

      I type 90 WPM, Click Here to try
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      • #4
        good idea though, i`ll give it a watch from time to time
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        • #5
          Originally posted by DanielWilliamson View Post
          Might wanna check your xSplit settings or w/e you're using - as it looks like your streaming on a calculator from an Amish internet connection, can't see anything barely in fullscreen, can't read text etc.
          yeah it's only on 480p settings at the min until I get enough viewers to allow advertising u can use there transcending I tried in 730p but my upstream isn't brilliant so at the moment it's stuck at those settings till I get more viewers etc but if it takes off I will get a fibre connection to aid the streaming I just need viewers and followers at the moment.

          I don't watch in full screen tho as ppl use the chat box a lot.
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          • #6
            Low production value isn't going to get you very far viewers wise.

            I type 90 WPM, Click Here to try
            i7 3770k @ 4.6ghz | Gigabyte Z77X-UD5H | R9 290| 16GB Ram @ 1600mhz
            Nikon D5100 + Kit Lens + 50mm 1.8G - 16-35mm F4 VR // Ultrasone PRO 2900s - Audio GD NFB-3.1 - Neco Mosfett Amp

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Naphta View Post
              Low production value isn't going to get you very far viewers wise.
              Indeed, and to get partnered with Twitch is a PITA! I had good ratings on the WoW streams and couldn't get partnered even with constant 250+ viewers, but as you can see some of them easily getting 1k+ I can see why.

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              • #8
                Hi Allsopp, if I may, I have some advice I would like to offer.

                I stream at http://www.qubetubers.com We have 2 livestream channels and a twitch channel, reserved for our senior streamers (myself included).
                I regularly stream there, every couple of day for a couple of hours and average around 300 viewers. We have several thousand followers. Our twitch channel is also monetized, providing money to pay for the upkeep of our webhosting, minecraft servers, giveaways, etc.

                Background done with, my advice is as follows.

                1) Fix your teamspeak options, so that if you're using push-to-talk, it does not make a sound, nor any other time, other than people talking.
                2) Commentate! You'll struggle to get any regular viewers if you aren't actually commentating on the game. Commentary makes it entertaining, without that, they may aswell go play the game themselves.
                3) Request anyone else in teamspeak to use push-to-talk, to avoid background noises interfering whilst you're not talking.
                4) Sound a little more interested in what you're playing! You're presenting the game to viewers... you're not a pro, they won't come and watch you just play the game. They want to be entertained and frankly, just watching the game being played isn't entertaining.

                Number 2 is definitely the most important... Commentary is what makes a livestream.

                Hope this helps,
                Cosford.
                Originally posted by andyn
                Trick in most cases seems to be to get in early, and get out early. Pump and dump.
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