There are many Android emulators for PC, but the best-known name remains BlueStacks. Once you have achieved an almost perfect emulation, what you should do to further improve your emulator? In BlueStacks, they have added a new feature: The live broadcast streaming from the application, which is now available on BlurStacks. BlueStacks was already able to broadcast live on the main platform, but now it has the ability to create a “less professional” and immediate environment just like Facebook Live. Now you don’t have to record and upload your gaming sessions. Just go live and your Facebook friends can view the live broadcast.
With or Without Webcam
BlueStacks relay on Facebook Live only and is optimized for viewing on mobile devices. The video is “square,” although you can choose from several templates that can change in real time during. Interface is quite simple. You open BlueStacks and the TV window now has a new button called Stream to Facebook Live. Then you need to enter your Facebook credentials and accept the required permissions. Then you can choose from four screen layouts and webcam, and you’re ready to make yourself famous. The system works quite well and even lets you view and respond to comments left by friends during the show directly from a floating window.