It occurs to me that using my apartment complex internet, competent as it may be, may not work well for playing multiplayer games and streaming on Twitch.
I have recently begun using XSplit which is actually a pretty competent livestreaming software (it would be nice to use it for recording offline, but file sizes are generally WAY too large).
Instead, I use it purely for streaming… or I would at least like to.
I think my internet may just be too darn slow to be able to handle playing an online game and livestreaming at the same time. I seem to be able to record and play online games at the same time, but even recently this has been a bit difficult, with random lag spikes during my games.
It is an interesting situation, considering that my new laptop has, as I have learned through user reviews, been known to have a few driver, hardware, and WiFi adapter issues.
To my knowledge, livestreaming singleplayer games is not that difficult, so it may be that livestreaming singleplayer games is what I will stick to on my Saturday and random Streams. Recording singleplayer games is also, mostly, what I do.