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thegamer1185
09-14-2019 at 08:29 AM
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Twitch submissions that no longer show evidence

Not sure if anyone is aware of this, but I was looking at a submission...no I won't name it...but it was done over a live twitch stream in 2015 and the video is already no longer available to be viewed. Is there any way to download your live streams to your computer for direct uploading to TG. I have been considering streaming my stuff but I never have considering TG's mandatory upload policy and I just don't want to have this crap happen to me.

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  1. GibGirl's Avatar

    Yep. Just go to the "video producer" link in the profile pic dropdown, and you can download all your videos from there.

    (It's also just as easy on Mixer if anyone wants to know...)

  2. EVN's Avatar

    In OBS you can stream and record at the same time.

  3. Rogerpoco's Avatar

    Quote Originally Posted by EVN

    In OBS you can stream and record at the same time.


    I was going to say I thought you could, but wasn't sure, thanks for the info.

  4. GibGirl's Avatar

    yep, that's how I do mine. You can even set it up so that it automatically starts recording as soon as you start streaming.

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  5. EVN's Avatar

    Quote Originally Posted by Rogerpoco

    I was going to say I thought you could, but wasn't sure, thanks for the info.


    It's a good way to do it if you have the internet bandwidth. I only got my Australian potato internet upgraded to a decent speed in the last two weeks but since then I've been streaming and recording my game time simultaneously. I like that it adds a bit of redundancy, if something goes wrong with the recording, there's a chance you could download the recording off twitch.

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