Notice anything new around the site? Here's a hint: check the navbar at the top of the page. That's right, I'm talking about the FFF's new Twitch.tv
integration! Here members can show off their very own Twitch broadcasts complete with their own shoutboxes or contribute to the official Final Fantasy Forums stream! Channels and personal shoutboxes can be purchased in the MogShop
. Additionally, members who stream or watch streams regularly should give the new Twitch Livestream
subforum a visit, where folks can post their livestream schedules and archived videos of past streams, announce new streams, request being featured on the official channel, and more!
Now, as Twitch is still a fairly new thing it's not a given that everyone will immediately know how to stream their games to the service. Perhaps you've already watched a Twitch stream or two yourself and want to try your hand at being on the other side of the screen, but aren't sure where to get started. What platforms can be streamed to Twitch, and how? How can you ensure your viewers are getting the best quality footage? At this point there are many options and requirements, and some might seem rather daunting at first, but the fact is if it plays games there's probably a way to stream them. Here's how.
Warning: this is a big
post, so to break it down, here’s a table of contents so you can jump straight to the part that applies to you: