XSplit Broadcaster helps make content creation a lot easier with different options and features that it provides. Here’s how to set up and manage your Local Recordings.
Setting Up Local Recording
By default, an Active Scene recording output will automatically appear once you've installed Local Recording.
Aside from your Active Scene, you can also record other scenes as well by going to Record > Set Up a New Recording Output, choosing your desired scene and clicking OK to create a recording output.
You can also remove recording outputs by going to Record > Remove a Recording Output and selecting the recording output that you want to remove.
To set up your recording, go to Record, click the gear icon beside the scene that you want to record to open the Local Recording Properties window.
Local Recording Properties
Record Target will be the scene that you will be recording.
Select a Codec for Video Encoding. The recommended codec are hardware codecs such as NVENC H.264 and x264.
Quality level will determine the file size and the CPU or GPU usage needed for that type of recording.
Audio Bitrate will determine the clarity of your recording audio.
Create multitrack recording of microphone and system audio allows XSplit Broadcaster to record separate audio tracks for Microphone Audio and System sound.
Starting a Local Recording
On the Record menu, you can start or stop the recording by clicking the scene that you want to capture and pause the recording by clicking the pause icon.