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Streaming to Multiple Platforms with

Restream is a free-to-use multi-streaming service that supports streaming to up to thirty streaming platforms simultaneously. It's easy to set up on XSplit Broadcaster.

1. Set Up Your Account

First, make sure that you have an account ready at Restream. You can click here to sign up for a free account if you don't have one yet.

Then add your streaming services by clicking Add Channel on the Restream Dashboard. You can check here for a list of supported services.

2. Add a Output

Next, you'll want to setup your Restream output on XSplit Broadcaster. Go on Broadcast > Set up a new output and select Find more outputs.

Clicking Find more outputs when setting up a new one allows you to add streaming services such as

This will show Plugin Store where you can download and install the output plugin.

The plugin as it would appear in the Plugin Store. It hasn't been installed yet.

The Install button is shown for any plugins you haven't installed yet such as the output plugin.

3. Configure your Properties

When it finishes installing, it'll automatically open the Properties window. You can also go on Broadcast > Set up a new output and select

The properties window where you can authorize your account and change various settings before creating the Broadcast output.

Click the Authorize button then login with your Restream account and authorize XSplit to use it.

Restream Authentication process involves logging into your account, then authorizing XSplit to use it.

On the Properties window, you'll also be able to change your codecs, bitrate, and more. You can adjust advanced options such as changing your Max Keyframe Interval by clicking the gear icon beside the Video Encoding settings.

Once you're all done, click OK and you're ready to stream to as many platforms as you want simultaneously!

4. Start Your Stream

To start your stream, click on Broadcast again and select the output you've created. A red status bar will appear at the top of the XSplit Broadcaster window showing that you’re live.

The created broadcast output will be shown under the Broadcast menu. Clicking it will start the stream.

Updated on: 11/08/2022

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