How To Go Live On Twitch

Prep your Xbox One console settings

Now that you have the Twitch account setup out of the way, it’s time to get your Xbox One console ready to broadcast. Just follow these steps:

1. Sign into your Xbox Live Gold account and download the Twitch app.

2.Go to your Xbox Live Profile and make sure your presence is set to “Online.”

3.Go to your settings and set the option “See if you are online” to “Everyone” and set “Broadcast gameplay” to “Allow.”

4.In Settings, under the Privacy and Online Safety section, make sure the “Share content made using Kinect” is set to “Allow.”

5.Under Preference, check the “Allow broadcasts and Game DVR uploads.”

6.If you want to use the Kinect for chat functions on your livestream, under the Kinect section select “Kinect on” and “Use Kinect audio for chat.”


Connect your Twitch account to your PS4

Once you have your Twitch account set up, getting your PS4 ready to broadcast a Twitch livestream is extremely simple. Just follow these steps:

1. Press the share button when you are playing a game.

2. Select the Broadcast Gameplay option.

3. Select Twitch as the service you want to broadcast on and select “Go to the Twitch website” on the next page.

4. Now you can login to the Twitch account you created, or create one right on the PS4 interface.


To get XSplit set up to stream follow these steps:

1. Sign up for a free Xsplit account by going to the XSplit registration page and download the XSplit Gamecaster.

2. Once you launch XSplit, start your game and press the control and tab keys on your keyboard to bring up the XSplit overlay. You can click the stream button immediately to start streaming, but make sure you check out all of the options first. If this is your first time streaming, a window will automatically appear and ask you to login to your Twitch account which will sync XSplit to Twitch.

3. Before you start, it’s a good idea to make sure your audio is good to go. The XSplit interface allows you to adjust your audio from the overlay. Generally, what you hear over your speakers is what your audience will hear.

4.The XSplit overlay also has several options that allow you to customize your stream with extra features such as adding a webcam or annotations. You can also access to more advanced settings from the overlay menu which you should definitely check out.

Now you’re ready to stream! Just open up the XSplit overlay, click Stream, and you’re LIVE.

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