Live stream your gameplay on your PlayStation®5 console and let your friends and followers be a part of the experience, as they watch and comment on the action.
Broadcasting requires that you link accounts such as YouTube or Twitch to your account for PlayStation™Network. You can do this when starting a broadcast for the first time or from the home screen:
Set the resolution and frame rate for broadcasting your gameplay. Available resolutions vary by service.
Choose whether to include microphone audio and party audio in your broadcast.
Be sure to let members of your party know ahead of time that their voices will become part of your broadcast.
Choose whether to show overlays for viewer comments and for when new users start watching your stream. You can also choose where on the screen you want them to appear.
Watch people from around the world play games from the vast catalog available for your PS5 console. You can find broadcasts in the following places:
A ) Time elapsed
Keep track of how long you've been broadcasting.
B ) Viewers
The number of people watching your broadcast.
C ) Broadcasting options
Mute or unmute mic
When your viewers can hear your voice, try narrating your gaming experience.
Turn your camera on or off. When it's on, position the camera feed on your screen.
Display Chat: See what your viewers have to say by showing the chat. You can even have the comments read aloud to you by turning on chat to speech.
Display Activity: View updates such as new viewers and new followers.
Position: Move the chat display on the screen to where it's most convenient for you.
D ) Pause Broadcast
Use this feature to tell your viewers to hold on while you step away for a moment. Your camera feed is put on hold, and all audio is muted until you get back.
E ) Stop Broadcast
End your live stream.
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