How to OBS: Stream on Twitch | 1.0mbps upload ‘sweetspot’ tutorial



I believe I have found the sweetspot for streaming with minimal upload and download speeds (1 and 10mbps respectively) and taking into account game latency and bandwidth.

Twitch (for demonstration): https://www.twitch.tv/subarctictrain

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10 comments

  • USubISub Cats 3 years ago

    omiis kill mees

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  • Tiper Loc 3 years ago

    Why wouldn't you set profile on high? It's pretty much a standard now.

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  • Disneyland Robloxia 3 years ago

    I am usually about 0.9 mbps upload still possible ?

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  • Nostalgiacade Gaming 3 years ago

    i have almost 1 for upload. it's like 0.96 is that sufficient?

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  • Lord Lavos 3 years ago

    There's a difference between megabit/gigabit (the measure of internet speed) and megabyte/gigabyte. You should start saying megabit, just saying. You'll confuse people.

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  • Supper Soup 3 years ago

    i got .75 – .65 rip

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  • ThePigKing 3 years ago

    I have 0.20 upload. HOW DO I STREAM!? ;(

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  • Filtroox 3 years ago

    700 bitrate?? what will be the quality of the stream?? (i think it will be so bad, reply pls)

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  • llamasking 3 years ago

    I have a 5mbps download and if lucky, 1mbps upload. My ISP is a greedy bitch! There are quite literally 0 other providers and have the WORST service ever.

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  • Kisu Ant 3 years ago

    I stream on PS4, my upload speed 20 MB, how do i restrict this so i do not exceed 2000kbps??

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