The Twitch broadcast button feature that was directly in the game was removed after MineCraft 1.8 around July 2015, in the past, this feature allowed you to Stream, manage your mic, and put Twitch chat into your in-game chat.
However after the feature was removed if you went back to older updates that still had this feature, then all you get is an error ...
There are many reasons why you may not be able to post messages. To name some:
The streamer may have subscriber or follower only mode enabled, meaning you need to be a subscriber/follower to send messages.
They may have "verified users mode" enabled, which means you must have a verified email address to send messages. Check your email to see if you have ...
It is likely that the issue is connected to either your encoding settings or your advanced settings, I recommend watching an instructional video on what should work for twitch.
For reference, these are my settings for twitch streaming (I have included video settings also just in case)
On the RSS Feed for StarCraft 2 News (the related article was a 404), it stated:
Watch any Twitch channel streaming StarCraft, StarCraft: Remastered, or StarCraft II beginning March 6 for a chance to earn a random StarCraft II announcer or Co-op Commander drop. Each week, a new collection of announcers and Co-op Commanders will be available as ...
The Protoss painter is the entire set of BobToss, he'll be available as a spray, emoji and skin.
The one on the right is a generic drop. There is no way to tell from Twitch or the icon what you got. You have to literally search everywhere to find out what you got. There are people talking about this very issue in the comment section here
The last time you could get drops by watching Twitch were for Katowice 2015. If they decided to do this again, I'm sure they will announce it on the blog.
If you have a decent enough Nvidia card, you should be able to use ShadowPlay through GeForce Experience, set to the Twitch mode. I've used it for quite a while now, and it has unparalleled quality, and doesn't really ruin your FPS.
Yes, there is a way to see all accounts for services that you've linked to your PSN account. Each user on the console is able to link accounts to services as they choose, so you aren't limited to one account per console per service. However, each user can only see their own account links. To see these linked accounts, here are some directions.
From your ...
Unfortunately from what I've seen, this feature isn't available yet.
Searching online for it shows some leaked screenshots hinting that it was being worked on, but as of the latest non-insider release (Creators Update), this is currently not in the feature set of Game DVR.
If you really want to stream, and don't mind not using Windows Game DVR, then I ...
Twitch will only capture audio for the microphone that belongs to the player that logged into twitch, respectively the player that started Twitch. As only one account can be logged in at a time, that is the one the sound will stem from.
There is a functionality to co-stream on Xbox One, I think using Mixer. You might want to give it a try.
While the advice below still holds...
The information you have recently provided, provided that it was obtained while the only devices connected to the internet were the speed-testing computer and the modem or router, has shown that this is an issue at your provider's endsee details. 2 Mbps is clearly not going to suffice for 720P streaming and an online ...
I'm in the same case as you (1Mb Upload) so I'm speaking from experience here.
It's hard to stream at that speed. I've blocked my bitrate to 800 for a 480p output image.
Still, if I do a fast movement (like spinning the camera around the character), it gets blurry.
On top of that, multiplayer has lots of lag spikes (tried with Dark Souls 3 which is peer ...
You can only get item drops that way during specific events.
In the past, they have only enabled such drops during the Valve sponsored 'CS:GO major tournaments'. These are the same tournaments that have the team stickers and pickem challenges.
To get the drops you need to watch the specific streams playing the tournament. These channels change depending on ...
If you are trying to find out how to toggle whether comments are displayed or not, try this:
Under Advanced Settings (access by pressing the OPTIONS button):
Display Message to Spectators and Spectators' Comments
Select the checkbox to have messages to spectators and comments from spectators appear on screen.
Comments appear only when your screen resolution ...
I'm going to make this an answer so I can give a more complete and better formatted reply.
First off, keep in mind that most popular streamers usually have a separate computer dedicated toward streaming. This requires a significant investment!
In order to immediately improve your performance you should put minecraft at the lowest possible settings as well ...