Broadcasting with Evolve
Evolve is a social platform for gamers with a set of free, easy-to-use broadcasting tools perfect for broadcasting your games to Twitch.
Download Evolve now to get started. Signing up is easy, and the client is free.
Game Detection: Evolve automatically detects and captures over 2,000 titles, including the most popular games on Twitch. When broadcasting with Evolve, your channel will be tagged with the appropriate game name.
Webcam Support: Add your webcam to your broadcast with just a few clicks of your mouse. You can conﬁgure the screen corner and webcam size.
Audio Mixing: Your broadcast will include both game and mic audio with no additional effort on your part.
Twitch Chat: Engage with your channel’s viewers directly from your games. Evolve’s overlay includes support for Twitch’s chat channels.
Quick Start Video
A video overview of Evolve’s broadcasting features is available on YouTube.
Quick Start Guide
Step 1: Launch the Client Before you do anything else, you’ll need to launch the Evolve client. Once you log in to your Evolve account, you’ll see a large window open up with a variety of featured Twitch channels.
Step 2: Click the [Start Casting] Button In the upper right of this featured channels window, you’ll notice a red [Start Casting] button. Click it, and you’ll be prompted to link your Twitch account.
Step 3: Link Your Twitch Account A Twitch window will appear asking you to log in to your Twitch account and authorize Evolve to access various pieces of information on your behalf. Once you’ve successfully linked your account, you should see a small broadcasting toolbar appear on your screen. This toolbar will display your viewer count, give you easy access to various audio and video settings, and let you conﬁgure your Twitch channel’s title.
Step 4: Launch a Game Now that you’ve started your ﬁrst broadcast, you’ll want to launch a game. You don’t need to do anything special–just launch your game how you normally launch it when you want to play. Evolve will automatically detect your game, begin capturing the video output from the game, and tag your Twitch channel with the game name.
Step 5: There Is No Step 5 That’s it! You can experiment with various broadcasting options to see what works best for you. Use the settings gear on the broadcasting toolbar to access these options and to bring up the channel viewer for easy access to Twitch chat and a broadcast preview.