December 21st, 2020 by divider

▶9:33 Esjoy (sustituto de la comida):
▶0:33 Unity (motor de videojuegos):
▶1:04 Unreal Engine (motor de videojuegos):
▶1:11 GameMaker Studio (motor de videojuegos):
▶1:17 Godot Engine (motor de videojuegos):
▶1:26 Ren’py (motor de novelas visuales):
▶1:31 Visual Studio Community (Entorno de desarrollo integrado):
▶1:38 GIMP (editor de imágenes):
▻Tutorial de GIMP:
▶1:45 Krita (dibujo):
▶1:52 Clip Studio Paint (dibujo):
▶1:57 Pyxel Edit (pixelart):
▶2:10 Aseprite (pixelart):
▶2:19 Piskel (pixelart):
▶2:23 Inkscape (dibujo vectorial):
▻Tutorial de Inkscape:
▶2:31 Affinity Designer (dibujo vectorial):
▶2:35 Spine (animación esqueletal 2D):
▶2:51 Blender (modelado 3D):
▶2:57 MagicaVoxel (editor vóxel):
▶3:03 Audacity (editor de audio):
▶3:10 Bfxr (generador de sonidos):
▶3:19 Cakewalk (música):
▶3:26 LMMS (música):
▶3:31 MuseScore (música):
▶3:35 FamiTracker (música 8bits):
▶3:41 OBS Studio (captura de video):
▶3:48 Streamlabs OBS (captura de video/streaming):
▶4:05 DaVinci Resolve (editor de video):
▶4:22 Olive (editor de video):
▶4:50 Trelby (editor de guiones):
▶4:59 LibreOffice (suite de ofimática):
▶5:06 Notepad++ (editor de texto):
▶5:14 FontForge (editor de tipografías):
▶5:21 Scribus (maquetación):
▶5:28 Dia (diagramas):
▶5:34 Google Chrome (explorador de internet):
▶5:44 Firefox (explorador de internet):
▻Comentarios recomiendan: Opera GX:
▶5:51 Thunderbird (gestor de email):
▶5:58 Directory Opus (explorador de carpetas):
▶6:27 Explorer++ (explorador de carpetas):
▻Comentarios recomiendan: TotalCommander:
▶6:40 Everything (buscador de archivos):
▶7:01 VLC (reproductor multimedia):
▶7:07 MPC-HC (reproductor multimedia):
▶7:12 XnView MP (visualizador de imágenes):
▶7:18 QuickLook (previsualizador multimedia):
▶7:26 Notion (gestor de tareas):
▶7:33 7-zip (compresor de archivos):
▶7:44 Ditto (gestor de portapapeles):
▶8:03 Discord (chat):
▶8:10 TeamViewer (control remoto):
▻Comentarios recomiendan: AnyDesk:
▶8:16 Station (gestor de apps web):
▶8:28 TinyTask (automatización):
▶8:36 qBittorrent (cliente de BitTorrent):
▶8:43 Fraps (contador de FPS):
▶8:47 Steam (distribución de videojuegos):
▶8:52 (distribución de videojuegos):
▶9:09 (gestor de aplicaciones portátiles):
▶8:59 Majotori (juego de trivia con historia):
▶9:01 Golfing Over It with Alva Majo (juego de plataformas y frustración):
▶9:02 Shipped (multijugador local de barquitos):
▶9:05 Majorariatto Museum (museo virtual misterioso):
▶9:33 Esjoy:


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April 23rd, 2020 by divider

We are going to show you streaming software like OBS, XSplit, Shadowplay, Stream Elements and Streamlabs for livestreaming on Twitch or YouTube.

Open Broadcaster Software, or OBS, is the go to choice for the budget conscious since it’s absolutely free and works on Windows, Mac and Linux. It’s very reliable and doesn’t take up a lot of processing power to run and because it’s open source, there are constantly new plugins being released meaning you have tons of customization options. The downside to being open source means there’s no real customer support and it is a bit difficult to navigate for streaming beginners. That being said, I learned on OBS and can personally vouch for how awesome it is. Multiple scenes, sources, transitions, media types – the sky’s the limit.

Another popular streaming software is XSplit. XSplit has two versions – Broadcaster and Gamecaster – with Gamecaster being more basic and easier to use than Broadcaster but giving you less options overall. Both XSplit versions are beginner friendly with a “Setup Wizard” button that will figure out the optimal settings for your stream and when you are just starting out, that thing can be a lifesaver! They have great support and the free version will let you stream up to 720p without a watermark. The paid version is $60 annually, removes the watermark on higher res streams and adds features like stream delay, streaming to multiple services at once and more. In addition to scenes, sources, transitions and importing media, they also have a new VCam feature that will attempt to key out your webcam background mimicing a green screen but using software AI – in my testing it’s very hit or miss but feel free to try it out. VCam is totally free.

The last broadcasting software I’ll mention is NVIDIA Shadowplay, which comes bundled with NVIDIA’s GeForce Graphics cards. Shadowplay encodes using your GPU instead of CPU which can drastically help your stream quality. Shadowplay itself doesn’t offer any overlays or even scenes with multiple sources – ie a webcam in the corner of your full screen gameplay. There is a way to use Shadowplay with OBS however using the NvEnc encoder from NVidia. It takes a little more know-how but is a good option if you already have an NVidia graphics card.

Now let’s move on to apps that work alongside your software and there are many! These are what really personalize your streams – from animated tip jars, to loyalty point programs, to custom on screen notifications – and can be a HUGE factor in earning income from streaming, taking you from hobbyist to professional. Stream Elements and Streamlabs are probably the two most common and they are both completely free. Each have their diehard fanbase but will offer you monetization and personalization features out the wahzoo. In addition to those I listed above, you can do custom merchandise, on stream music requests, animated overlays and face masks, and the list goes on. Streamlabs even has an integration with OBS, called Streamlabs OBS or SLOBS, where you get all the features of Streamlabs right in your broadcasting software. Just like regular OBS it is open source, free and has tons of features, plus it uses less screen real estate and processing power. The downside to SLOBS is that it’s new and still beta-ish so you may run into some bugs or hardware incompatibility.

As you can see, streaming software is pretty readily available for low to no cost, so what are you waiting for? If you already stream regularly, which of these programs do you use? Let us know in the comments. I personally use XSplit to stream to Twitch and OBS to stream to YouTube with all my alerts and fun features setup through Streamlabs. I only haven’t made the switch to SLOBS because it’s not compatible with my current capture card, but I need to play around with it more. Make sure to check out our previous video on all of our streaming hardware recommendations.


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March 24th, 2016 by divider


Heute, am 21.03.2016, um 14 Uhr startet das
MMOGA Ostergewinnspiel
mit folgenden genialen Preisen:

– Acer Predator XB1 24 Zoll Monitor im Wert von 449,99 €
– Xbox One – Elite Controller Wireless im Wert von 179,99 €
– 2 x je ein MMOGA Gutschein im Wert von 500 €

Zusätzlich gibt es die Möglichkeit einen von 20
Wunsch-Gamekeys zu gewinnen.


«Gamekeys & Gamecards günstig bei MMOGA»




►Den Streamschlüssel findet ihr im
Dashboard eures Twitch Accounts!



«Alle Tutorials»


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March 17th, 2016 by divider

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March 5th, 2016 by divider

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Record League of Legends with OBS without LAG and with small file sizes!

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February 22nd, 2016 by divider

How to set up Open Broadcaster Software (OBS) to record gameplay on your PC. A very quick and simple guide to setting up OBS for game capture. This setup will guide you through the Settings and how to add Sources and Scenes to get you up and running to record games on your computer. While there are certainly more advanced features for optimizing your game capture recordings, this is a very easy way to begin recording your videos to edit, share with your friends, or upload to YouTube. Hope this helps!

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February 19th, 2016 by divider

Tutoriel pour configurer OBS et streamer sur Twitch



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February 19th, 2016 by divider

OBS (Open Broadcast Software) – Week 4 covering several methods of getting your audio into an OBS mix – including an HOA or AV coming in via a capture card from another computer!

This is the fourth of a series of tech shows I’ll be presenting weekly. The software being discussed on this show is available at and is open source and free. It allows professional switching and composing of scenes with cameras and screen shares together that you can stream into YouTube Live Events among other streaming sites.

This week, we’ll discuss methods to get audio from an HOA or “Hangout-On-Air” into the show you are hosting, so they hear both your local microphone AND the participants in the HOA. (Actually, it could be an HVC or “Hangout Video Call” just as easily, but it is not a bad idea to have the HOA as a backup show in case the Live Event had problems and doesn’t record or stream optimally.)

This additional video shows how to use Voicemeeter to get audio into OBS (basic)

And this one shows how to record a Skype call into a show where they can hear you but they do not hear their own voice echoed back at them:

Thanks especially to +Dan McDermott, the original inspiration behind these techniques, and to +Michael Mason and +Hosted Hangouts for pushing the envelope even further. Dan and Michael are truly producers-extraordinaire exploring the possibilities of these hybrid types of programs.

Next week and the following one we’ll be moving on to talking about’s incredible editor and some things you can do with that.

Voicemeeter Program:
HowTo Videos:

The VB Audio Cable comes as part of Voicemeeter.
You can also get it as a stand-alone here:

DirectShow Audio Plugin for OBS –

Foobar Media Player –

VLC Media Player –

Audacity Recorder/Player –

Here are upcoming shows:

Pixlr Trix – using with Pixlr Templates
Pixlr Trix – beyond basic color manipulation
Online Music Collaboration Methods – Non-Realtime
Online Music Collaboration Methods – Realtime
Online Music Performances – Performance, Marketing and Engagement Possibilities
Beyond the Blog – Integrating Video, Audio, Social and Blogging without going mad
WordPress, Child Themes, CSS and Firefox’s Firebug or Chrome’s Inspector Tools
ExpressionEngine – If/Then Tricks and Applications

Past shows:

Terry’s Tech Show –

Terry’s Tech Show #2 –

Terry’s Tech Show #3 –

If you are an enthusiast and have your own tricks you’d like to share on the show, give me a few days notice by email so I can invite you in. I can hold up to 9 panelists/guests per show.

#obs #openbroadcastsoftware #streaming 


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February 17th, 2016 by divider

В этом видео я расскажу как настроить микрофон для записи звука.
А также о noize gate ( отсечка шумовов )

Рассказ о программе для записи видео с вашего компьютера.
Официальный сайт программы

Для удобства контроля и настройки уровня записи используем программу GoldWave
Официальный сайт программы

Для звуковой карты
Realtek High Definition Audio, если у вас другая, то некоторых настроек может не быть.


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February 12th, 2016 by divider

Olá pessoal, sejam bem vindos a mais um vídeo do canal.


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Intro: Sebastian Ingrosso, Tommy Trash, John Martin – Reload


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