How to Stream Chess on Twitch and Avoid Connection Issues

Cristian MiculiEnjoy Better Streaming, How To

Live Streaming Chess on Twitch Is the New Trend Are you a fan of chess, either watching or playing it? We’ve got some good news for you, if you haven’t heard it already. Starting 2020, Chess has been blowing up on Twitch, being promoted by stars like Hikaru Nakamura and by the Netflix’s The Queen’s Gambit miniseries. In mid February … Read More

The State of Streamergency Today: Need for Better Internet

Alex GizisAbout Internet Speeds, News

Are Streamergencies Ruining Your Productivity? Read Our Latest Research to Find Out In March of 2020, the world woke up to the grim reality of COVID-19. The pandemic forced everyone to spend the majority of their time at home, and the internet was put to the ultimate stress test. All of a sudden, millions of people simultaneously needed high-quality, uninterrupted … Read More

Make Your Streaming Holidays Happy with Speedify. Love, Santa!

Cristian MiculiEnjoy Better Streaming, Fix Buffering Problems

Avoid Holiday Grinches like Buffering and Disconnecting It’s Holidays time and everybody will be doing some sort of streaming, whether it’s: calling their loved ones on Zoom, Google Meet, etc. binge watching your favorite movies and TV series live streaming on Twitch, YouTube, etc. Make these holidays truly happy by getting the best streaming and avoiding any streamergency such as … Read More

The Easiest Way to Fix OBS Dropped Frames for your Live Streams

MikeEnjoy Better Streaming, Fix Buffering Problems, Fix Internet Disconnects

The Common Causes for OBS Dropped Frames When you’re having OBS live streaming dropped frames, this can be because of several factors. Just to mention a few: OBS Studio configuration issues PC or Mac not meeting the minimum or recommended hardware requirements Internet connection issues Live streamers who use Open Broadcaster Software or OBS most often see the dropping frames while … Read More

How to Fix XSplit Dropping Frames and Stream Hassle-Free

MikeEnjoy Better Streaming, Fix Buffering Problems, Fix Internet Disconnects

Your Internet Connection Dictates the Quality of your Streams Streaming requires an enormous amount of internet bandwidth. In fact, YouTube Live recommends 2,250 to 6,000 Kbps. That’s a 6.2 Mbps upload speed for Twitch, and 7.4 Mbps for YouTube Live if you want to stream 720p video at 60 frames per second. Keep in mind, these are just the highest … Read More