@gazreyn & @Batolomew thank you for taking the time to respond to my post.
Regarding the monitors, I have a desktop PC (the gaming one) connected to two screens. Then I have a laptop that I intend to use as streaming PC.
Indeed, I saw some videos where people kept mentioning that the audio is the most difficult part. I honestly don’t know what’s best to do here, because I saw multiple programs. Ofc, voicemeeter banana/potato seem to be the most popular choice, but I am open to what’s best.
Well, what I managed to do and understand is how to connect my Elgato HD60 S+ to both of the computers. Then I noticed in the tutorials that some people where duplicating the screen (gaming PC screen) to the Elgato capture card, but others were saying that it’s better to extend it. So, I extended it. Then, I made sure that I have xsplit installed on both PCs, and from the gaming PC I set a projector mode so that I can capture the extended capture card screen. From my laptop (streaming PC), I added the elgato as capture and I could see my screen. I even moved my game on the screen and I could see it. I had some problems to show it fullscreen, but I managed with a double click .
Now, I have installed the Elgato program on both PCs, because that’s what I saw I should do, but the program only detects a capture card on the streaming PC. So, here I don’t know what’s good or wrong. Maybe it’s how it’s supposed to be.
And that’s it, I was going to work on the audio part, but I have some silly questions like:
- Is there something that I did wrong?
- Is there something in xsplit that I can do and I didn’t do? Like some settings
- On which PC do I connect my microphone and why?
- I assume that I have to use the headphones on the streaming PC to be able to hear everything
- Where do I use discord? On streaming or gaming PC?
- Anything else that I should know?
Btw, I never used a capture card in my life, so any tips are great. Thank you!