Whether you’re using a PC, an Xbox, a Switch, or a PlayStation, adding your gameplay footage is simple with XSplit Broadcaster.
You should first launch your game then on XSplit Broadcaster, click Add Source > Game Capture, and select either Auto Detect or the game that you want to capture.
Choosing Auto Detect as your game capture source will automatically detect the game you're currently playing and should appear on your scene preview. This is useful for switching games during a broadcast.
In order to get your console gameplay on XSplit Broadcaster, you’ll need to use a capture card device. These capture card devices let you send the video feed from your console (via HDMI, RCA, Composite, or S-Video) to your PC (via USB 2.0/3.0, Thunderbolt, PCIe slots, and Firewire.
Find out which capture card devices are supported by XSplit Broadcaster in our list here.
If you already have a capture card connected to your PC, you can add your capture card by clicking Add Source > Devices > Video and then select your capture card from the list shown. You can click here to know more about how to set it up.
Note: You may notice a delay between the live video and audio feed on Broadcaster when using a USB 2.0 Capture Card device such as Elgato Capture HD. You can adjust the Offset value by right-clicking on your capture card device to open the source properties.