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In-game video streaming and capture come to Raptr
In-game video streaming and capture come to Raptr
July 28, 2014 | By Alex Wawro




Newsbrief: The most recent Raptr update allows users to livestream to Twitch and capture video of themselves playing your games from within the Raptr client, then share them directly to YouTube, social networks and the Raptr community.

This is notable because Raptr is one of the world's best-known PC game companion clients, with millions of accounts worldwide. Adding simple video capture and streaming systems to the in-game overlay may help accelerate the rapid adoption of livestreams and game videos as the new lingua franca of game communities.

Raptr users can now tie their Twitch accounts to the client and manage their streams in-game. They also have access to a game video recorder that can capture up to 20 minutes of footage retroactively, and those clips can be uploaded to the Raptr community, YouTube, Twitter and Facebook.


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