How to stream iOS games using Mixer Create

Mixer Create
How to stream iOS games using Mixer Create - Mixer Create on iOS has been a slow burner, largely as a result of till iOS eleven came on the app was at the mercy of Apple's ReplayKit in order to stream games. Anyone could use Mixer create to do their own "IRL" stream, that is, broadcast themselves using their iPhone or iPad camera, however iOS 11 is important for streaming any games.

The latest version of Mixer Create is a very nice application, and it's super easy to use and pretty effective. it is not good, however it's better than ever.

Here's how you use it to stream games both with and without iOS 11.

Mixer Create and ReplayKit

Mixer Create and ReplayKit

To broadcast using Mixer Create on iOS on a version previous iOS 11, you would like to be playing a game that 1st supports Apple's ReplayKit. Apple has ReplayKit available to developers to permit you, the app user, to capture content from among your apps or games. the difficulty is, if the developer does not support it, you cannot use it.

Inside the app, on iOS, you've got fairly basic controls, and you'll create tiny changes to the quality of your stream. however with or without ReplayKit, you do not start a game stream in Mixer create directly.

If you are dependent on ReplayKit, there are not many titles out there that seem to support it. a couple of big names do, though, like Star Trek Timelines and modern Combat 5: breakout.

How to stream using Mixer Create and ReplayKit

Mixer Create and ReplayKit
For the needs of this guide, we'll use Gameloft's modern Combat 5: breakout as the example. The steps could vary slightly from game to game, however the method should be about the same. Follow these steps:

1. Launch the game on your iPhone or iPad.
2. Tap the broadcast button on the home screen.
3. From the popup window select Mixer Create.
select Mixer Create
4. Add a title for your stream.
title for your stream
5. Tap start broadcast.
The nice factor regarding the integration on iOS is that you just do not have to go back to the Mixer create app to try and do something. you'll be able to handle the broadcast from within the game environment.
Tap start broadcast
When streaming either a game or yourself, you have got the same options to control the resolution of your stream or have the app handle it automatically, adjusting it to compensate for weak connections on the fly.

How to stream any game using iOS 11 or later

stream any game using iOS 11
The first issue you need to do is ensure screen recording is added to control Center on your iPhone or iPad. It should be there by default, however if not you'll add it in the control center menu in the Settings app below customise controls.

After that, all you need to do is add Mixer create as the source for your recordings, therefore your device can broadcast to the Mixer create app instead of save to your gallery. only do this once you are ready to start broadcasting, because it'll send everything you look at on your device to Mixer. Here's how to change the feature:
  1. Swipe up to access Control Center.
  2. Hold the screen recording button.
  3. Ensure Create is selected.
  4. Ensure microphone audio is set to on. (You will need it to stream any game audio to Mixer as iOS.)
  5. Tap start recording to begin streaming.
Now simply come back to your game and play as normal, and you will be broadcasting it to the world.

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