Thanks to a partnership between Intel and Streamlabs, new mini PC systems have been created specifically optimised for live streaming applications. For those not familiar with Streamlabs the company provides a variety of applications and widgets make it easy for streamers to display alerts for donation subscriptions and similar while streaming. It also offers Streamlabs OBS, a free broadcasting app which is currently in its beta development stage but apparently offers excellent performance even in its current form and is currently in the process of working with Intel to optimise the Quick-Sync-Video encoder to work with Streamlabs OBS. “Automatically import optimal settings to provide quality bit-rate, audio, resolution and FPS.”
A Streamlabs representative explains more about the new streaming mini PC systems and what you can expect. “Quality testing performance before each device goes to market and affixing its seal of approval in the form of a Streamlabs badge on the outside of certified devices.”
“At Intel, we view live streamers as creators, and we are committed to working alongside industry leaders like Streamlabs to build technologies and solutions that power their contributions,” said Chris Silva, General Manager of the Desktop Product Group at Intel. “By powering these new PCs, we not only help streamers easily share their creativity, but we enhance the viewer experience to allow them to consume, personalize and interact with their favorite live streamers.”
As more details are announced and released by both parties we will keep you up to speed as always.
Source: Toms HardwareFiled Under: Gaming News, Hardware, Top News