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Elgato Gaming adds Xsplit support to its Stream Deck command center

Elgato Gaming has updated one of the most interesting and useful new tools in the world of livestreaming. Its Stream Deck USB command center, which enables broadcasters to control Twitch and other live content using 15 LCD buttons, now supports the XSplit Broadcaster software. SplitmediaLabs’ XSplit is a popular piece of video-production software that can […]
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