With the rise of streaming and live streaming being the most engaging type of content, both businesses and individuals need to adapt their current strategies and prepare for the future of YouTube and live streaming.
Streamlabs is a live streaming software that allows content creators to add a variety of features and customizations to their streams. It offers a range of tools and features to enhance the live streaming experience, including alerts, overlays, chatbots, and more. Streamlabs can be integrated with popular streaming platforms such as Twitch, YouTube, and Facebook, and it also offers its own live streaming platform, Streamlabs Prime.
In this article, you will learn how to use Streamlabs to broadcast live on the YouTube Live platform. For this reason, we have selected a cost-effective GPU dedicated server for testing. The following is our test result sharing.
Basic GPU-GTX 1650
In this article, we used the Streamlabs software on the P620 GPU Server to do a Youtube live broadcast test with multiple resolutions. It can be seen that this server is capable of general live broadcast requirements, but it is a little difficult when it is 4K live broadcast.
For streaming in 4K, it's best to for for a powerful GPU server with sufficient vCPUs, memory, and storage. It is recommended to use GPU Servers equipped with graphics cards above GTX 1650. If you need to broadcast while gaming, we recommend Basic GPU Servers.