The later versions of XSplit Broadcaster allow you to record different scenes simultaneously, regardless of which scene is currently displayed in your XSplit preview.

These steps are for when you would like to record Scenes 1 and 2 simultaneously, depending on your personal recording setup, the names and/or the number of scenes you wish to record may differ from below.

This feature is only available on XSplit Broadcaster with a Broadcaster Premium or Premium Bundle license.


Setting Up the Scenes for Recording
Starting/Stopping the Simultaneous Recordings
Accessing your Recordings


Setting Up The Scenes for Recording

Go to Record > Set up a new recording output to open the Local Recording Properties window.

Setting up a new recording output via the Record menu

Click Record Target then select the first scene you'd like to set for recording (we'll use Scene 1 as an example) then click OK.

Choosing Scene 1 as the Record Target in the Local Recording Properties

Repeat the process in step 2, but this time, select the 2nd scene you'd like to record simultaneous with the first scene. click OK.

Choosing Scene 2 as the Record Target in the Local Recording Properties


Starting/Stopping The Simultaneous Recordings

Go to Record > Scene 1 from the list. The red text in the app's title bar will indicate that the recording has started.

Go to Record > Scene 2 to start the second local recording. The number next to the Record menu will indicate the total number of active local recordings.

Recording Scenes 1 and 2 simultaneously - process

Local recording uses system resources. The stability and performance of your simultaneous recordings will depend on your computer's Processor, GPU, RAM. Too many simultaneous recordings may cause lag and crashes.


Accessing Your Recordings

Each scene will generate its own local recording file in your computer. To access this, go to File > My recordings.

Highlighting My recordings via the File Menu

In the My Local Files window, click the OPEN FOLDER at the bottom right. This will open the folder in your computer where the video files are located.

Locating the recordings you have made in XBC via the My Recordings window
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