Setting the Stage: Preparing Your Mobile Device for Live Streaming
Live broadcasting has certainly increased in popularity over recent years. With so many players jumping on games and platforms every two weeks, it is no surprise that many are now choosing to play popular mobile games like PUBG: Mobile and Mobile Legends due to the growing popularity of handheld games.
This begs the question, though, as PC streaming is very simple gaming. You download a live streaming tool like OBS, and you’re basically done. But how do you live stream mobile games on Twitch? Well, here is a complete guide to get you started.
Live mobile game streaming on YouTube/Twitch
As mentioned earlier, mobile game live streaming is a file boy Slightly more complicated than PC game live streaming. However, contrary to popular belief, you do not need a capture card or any other hardware component with screen mirroring for Android being very easy.
Instead, you’ll still be able to use tools like OBS and Streamlabs while also mirroring your phone’s screen and audio in real time. What’s more, whether you’re streaming in 1080p or 4K, you’ll be able to replace your original game screen while live streaming to deliver a more visually sharper experience.
How to mirror phone screen to PC for live streaming
If you really want to attract more fans and viewers, mobile broadcasting is an excellent idea. Here is a guide on how to get started:
- Wait for AnyMiro to install
- Once the app is installed, you have the option to either connect your iOS device or choose which Android device you’d like to connect to.
- I will be using my iOS device for this example. For this, I went to broadcast and choose Animero device that pops up.
- Now, I can display my screen directly on my desktop screen
- Now, open OBS (or your streaming software of choice), and select window capture and choose Animero
- Now, you will be able to view your iOS screen directly within OBS and also add overlays/banners to it.
After setup, you will be able to find your mobile display as a source in popular streaming tools like OBS and Streamlabs. Once done – you will also be able to add overlays, banners, crop your screen and blur a specific part of it right on your computer.
After signing up, you’ll be able to take advantage of 40 minutes of free and butter-free HD screen mirroring with the help of AnyMiro. So what are you waiting for? Let’s get this Twitch stream started!