Look at me, I'm playing video games.
As there are some people on this forum who occasionally stream games I though about making one thread where people can beg for attention so it wouldn't need to be spread in different threads among other discussions.
And to kick the thread off to a start I decided to steal Scotts job and stream old classic. The first Castlevania. Probably and likely won't be playing it all the way through, but I'll jump and whip things for a while.In Twitch.
Also I manage to get OBS working so I might do some on the "games I play each year to make sure my stick is sharp."
The stick was sharpened and archived.
Having not done this before, I'd probably just set up 3 computers in a Google Hangout on Air. While that would technically work, it's not ideal. Plus, if I went that route I'd want to use Glass, which is not currently compatible with Hangouts On Air, and would be a disappointment.
The one issue I have is that my monitors are 1920x1200. I want to play the game at 1920x1200. However, the video stream can be at most 1920x1080. So I end up setting games to run at 1080p, and then stream them full screen. I'm just not getting use out of my entire monitor.
I know there's no solution for this. Just annoying.
I think it may give your stream black borders, but I guess it may be a solution. If I'm correct that they provide that service.
For someone else to view your native resolution anyway, they would need the same resolution screen anyway.
At least you'll be playing at your desired resolution. Everyone else will just be watching with some black borders.