Is a fancy light-rig and 4k camera really necessary in your Twitch stream equipment budget? I’ve talked about the best equipment to start with in my How to Stream on Twitch series, but where should you expand from there? I’m going to keep this article separated by each type of equipment so you can click … Read more
Live streaming is getting huge, with more than 15 million daily active users and Twitch bringing in 96% of the tipping volume compared to YouTube Live. One large reason for this is how simple it is to get started, you can even use apps on your phone, but learning how to stream successfully is an … Read more
There are plenty of places online that can offer recommendations for the most expensive PCs, cameras, lights, microphones and capture cards money can buy, but knowing what you actually need is another question altogether. Many professionals stumbled into streaming using the barest of minimum required equipment and we can all tell stories of how frustrating … Read more
The Audio Technica AT2020 and AT2020USB+ condenser microphones are some of the most recommended for beginner streamers, but are they really all that great? If they are that great, are they even practical to use compared to a headset, or even another studio mic in the same price range? In my How to Stream on … Read more
The old method of analyzing your stream traffic was this awkward combination of the Twitch revenue page and the stats page. Flipping between the two was an absolute **pain in the ass** and you didn’t get all the necessary information to *really* go full-on crazy data scientist.
But things are better now!