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XSplit – How to connect to StreamWay

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This guide will walk you through connecting and using XSplit with StreamWay. Follow the steps in this guide to connect XSplit to StreamWay.

XSplit is a powerful live streaming and recording production studio. XSplit is a simple yet powerful live streaming and recording software that powers countless live streams and recordings around the world. XSplit Broadcaster is the perfect solution for producing and delivering rich video content. Here is how stream through StreamWay with XSplit. 

Setting up XSplit with StreamWay

To start, you will need to install the StreamWay destination in your XSplit Broadcaster. To do so, click “Broadcast” at the top, hover over “Set up a new output” and click “Find More Outputs.” 

StreamWay should one of the first options in the Plugin Store, however, if it’s not, try searching for “” Click on StreamWay from the list of plugins.

From the StreamWay plugin page click “Install” and wait for it to finish up, should only be a few seconds. 

After it finishes installing, the plugin store will automatically close and a window asking to setup StreamWay will appear. Click “Authorize” on the right side of the “Username” field. 

This will open a new window where you can login to your StreamWay account. If you don’t have an account, you can register for one here, or click “Sign up” at the bottom of that window. 

Once you’ve logged in, we will confirm that you want to share your StreamWay account information with XSplit. Click “Allow” to continue. 

XSplit Broadcaster is now connected to your StreamWay account! To ensure the best results with your stream, click “Test bandwidth” to test your connection to various StreamWay servers near you. After the test is complete, take note of the server that tested best and select the corresponding server in the drop-down. 

In the “Video Encoding” section, you can change your codec, bitrate, and mode. You can set this to your liking, but make sure you do not stream outside your device or network’s limitations. Click the settings icon on the right side of “Video Encoding.”

Change “Max Keyframe Interval (sec)” to 2.0 then you can leave that section.

Click “OK” and you’re ready to go! 

To start your stream, click “Broadcast” at the top of XSplit and click “!” Then watch as your stream is delivered to each of your destinations simultaneously! 

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