Gamecaster is integrated in the software gaming free Razer Cortex to which 10 million users will be offered through an update at the end of the closed beta stage. A simple and discreet allows gamers to start streaming in a few simple steps without having to worry about problems configurations thanks to automatic settings that adjust themselves based on hardware and user’s bandwidth, thus ensuring a optimal transmission.
Razer Cortex: Gamecaster does not require any technical knowledge to be used, resulting in a live-streaming software accessible to all, specifically designed for gamers. Hotkey combinations to provide instant access to key features such as broadcasting, local recording, saving of screenshots or turning on a webcam at any time during the session.
Razer Cortex: Gamecaster is the new addition to the suite of Razer products for streamer, which includes the Razer Seiren microphone and webcam for streamer supported by Intel RealSense coming soon. From December 16 to January 28, users can sign up for access to the closed beta version of the new features and become the first gamer to enjoy the simplest live-streaming software designed for gamers. To do this just visit the dedicated website and register using your Razer ID. The first 5,000 registered users will have instant access to the software, while other slots will be made available for testers during the beta.
Gamecaster will allow users to stream the gameplay for free and without watermark at resolutions up to 720p. Streaming at higher resolutions will be possible for free with the presence of a watermark Razer noninvasive.
The paid version of the Razer Pro Cortex: Gamecaster unlocks all features, including the broadcast without watermark to any resolution, the green screen effect of the webcam, the annotations on the screen, chat Twitch and more. Subscriptions to Razer Cortex: Gamecaster Pro will be available in the form of quarterly and annual license.