BROADCAST, HIGHLIGHT & YOUTUBE TUTORIAL: STEP BY STEP INSTRUCTIONS
by Commish Jeff
February 27, 2015 - 10
One of the greatest new features of the
Playstation 4 is that we can broadcast our games
live via Twitch.tv or Ustream. This tutorial
will show you how to broadcast your game via
Twitch, then archive the game and upload it to
YouTube so you can save the game and use it for
scouting reports, or just for your enjoyment.
Step 1: Obviously the first thing you want
to do is sign up for twitch.
and click on signup. Enter all the information
you need, and then login to your channel.
Step 2: After your account is setup and you
are logged in. The first thing we're going to do
is make sure your twitch broadcasts are
archiving. Hover over your username, and select
Step 3: You are going to see options at the
top of your screen, you are going to choose
"Channel & Videos". Then you are going to scroll
down and make sure "Archive Broadcasts" is
checked. This will archive your broadcasts, and
keep them in video archive for about 2 or 3
Step 4: Now your twitch is setup to archive.
So let's go to the PS4. To broadcast your game,
the first thing we're going to do is click the
"Share" button on your PS4 controller. Hit the
Options button, and choose Share Settings so
that we can configure settings and also link our
Ustream and/or Twitch accounts. Here, we can
configure several settings in regards to game
sharing including Video Clip settings, Share
button control type, linking to other services,
and Broadcasting settings.
Step 5: Once an account is linked/set up,
you can now start a game and either Tap or Hold
the Share button to bring up the screenshot
upload, video sharing, or broadcasting screens.
Once you choose broadcasting, you can then
choose either Twitch or Ustream. If Twitter or
Facebook is connected to your PS4′s user
account, you can choose to send out tweets and
posts when you start broadcasting.
Step 6: You are going to choose twitch. Once
an account is linked/set up, you can now start a
game and either Tap or Hold the Share button to
bring up the screenshot upload, video sharing,
or broadcasting screens. Once you choose
broadcasting, you can then choose either Twitch
or Ustream. If Twitter or Facebook is connected
to your PS4′s user account, you can choose to
send out tweets and posts when you start
broadcasting. Also in this screen you can choose
to include your camera, microphone, or comments
on the scren while you play. In the Channel Name
PLEASE INCLUDE (MOF SEASON / WEEK AND THE TWO
TEAMS PLAYING) This way we can determine if
you are broadcasting your game or not via email.
Step 7: After you are done broadcasting your
game, click the "Share" button once again, and
you can stop your broadcast. Now we are going to
go back to twitch.tv to export the video to
YouTube. First thing you want to do is create a
YouTube account and verify it via email. Once
you do that, link your YouTube account to your
twitch. You can either enter your settings like
we did before, or you can click the wrench in
your profile page to enter the twitch settings:
Step 8: You will then see again, the top
options in the Twitch settings screen. Choose
connections. You will see in here ways to
connect your social accounts, facebook, twitter,
youtube. We're going to roll over the check mark
next to YouTube and click "Connect".
Step 9: A pop up screen will pop up asking
you what account you want to link up. It will be
a google account, because YouTube and Google
have merged. Just choose your account and click
"accept". You will then see a green check mark
next to YouTube.
Step 10: After you have successfully linked
your verified YouTube account with your twitch
account, select on the left under your name
"Video Manager" (Note: you might have to click
the down arrow under messages to display all the
Step 11: In this screen you will see all
your past broadcasts. You will choose the game
that you want to upload to YouTube, and select
Step 12: The screen to export to YouTube
will pop up. You want to make sure the title is
right, make sure the video is Public and do not
split it into 15 minute clips. Once you have all
the settings correct, select export. You will
receive an email once the video has successfully
been exported. It make take a little bit longer
for the video to become processed (about 30-45
Step 13: After the video has been processed
and you can view the video on YouTube, it is
ready to be placed inside of a scouting report!
Open your video in YouTube and right click on
the screen, you will see options, select "Get
Video URL". You are going to make sure the URL
is highlighted, and right click it and choose
Step 14: Now you have the video URL copied,
we're going to place it inside of a scouting
report. So you're going to now go to the MOF
then go to the scouting report page of the team
you would like to enter, and choose "Add Reply"
You are going to choose the "Flash" button and
enter the URL of the YouTube video. Once you're
finished the code should look something like the
one you see below. You can enter dimensions of
the video by entering it the way you see it
below, it will make the video wider and more
full. After you are done, click submit, and you
have entered a video as a scouting report!
How To Create A
Highlight In Twitch
Login to twitch, click "Video Manager" (Note:
you might have to click the down arrow under
messages to display all the options).
Step 2: Check your most recent broadcast,
(you might have to wait about 30 minutes for the
entire broadcast to be available), it always
should be about an hour long. Select
Step 3: You want to set your Start Time to
0:00 and End time to the maximum amount. You
will see yellow bars on your video, just extend
them all the way to the end so you can grab the
entire length of the broadcast. Once you do
that, click "Describe Highlight."
Step 4: This is where you name your title
MOF Week, with your week number and the two
teams. Example: MOF Week 14 Raiders at Jaguars.
Put the same thing in for description. You can
edit the game, add tags, etc. Then when you're
done, click Create Highlight.
Step 5: You have created your highlight! Go
back to Video Manager, and click "Highlights" up
top and you will now see the highlight you just