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Post by Eorl @ 12:13pm 20/01/15 | 0 Comments
Steam Broadcasting, the in-client tool that allows players to stream their game to the public much like Twitch's livestream, has now gone live thanks to a client update today.

Previously available only to those opting into the Steam Client beta, the new update has now brough the streaming capabilities live to anyone who owns a Steam account. Those wanting to broadcast can find a variety of options in the settings menu, including bitrate and who can access your stream.

Alongside the broadcasting the update has also brought the much needed FPS counter out of beta, removing the need for third-party tools like FRAPS. Simply hitting shift+tab (once you've enabled it in the settings menu) will show the FPS of your current game.

Full patch notes can be found over here, which also includes fixes to Big Picture and the Linux client.

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