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Best Streaming Software for Low-End PC

Are you a beginner streamer looking to test the depth of waters before you invest in high-end equipment? If that is the case, you probably don't want to spend too much on streaming equipment before you can be certain that it is a good investment.

Remember that most streaming software and the game you want to stream have a minimum hardware requirement, and if you have the bare minimum on your PC, performance will not be the best. If you are looking for the best streaming software for low end pc, we've got our top 3 picks for you below:

1. StreamLabs OBS StreamLabs OBS needs a bare minimum of 4 GB of RAM and a second-generation i5 processor to work. It is designed to support most games, and you can run it on both Windows and Mac. You can even use it on your phone. StreamLabs OBS comes with all necessary features for streaming like chatbox, notifications, monetization, and much more that you avail from the widgets section.

2. Wirecast Wirecast also needs a minimum of 4 GB RAM, Windows 7, and a second-gen i5 processor to work properly. Wirecast supports most of the features that Streamlabs OBS does but the most popular feature of Wirecast is its multi-camera feature where you can have different cameras set up at different angles for your stream. Wirecast retails for $249, so it is more expensive than the pro version of StreamLabs OBS.

3. Lightstream Mixer As the name suggests, you can run Lightstream Mixer on most low-end PCs, even if it is an i3 processor with 2-4 GB RAM. You will, however, need Windows 7 or later. It is a lightweight streaming software with a fixed 720p resolution for streaming. Even though there aren't many settings to choose from, when it comes to frames per second or encoding, the streaming software works without any issues on most low-end PCs.

-- Jimmy Tonsi - 2021-12-27


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