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- - By Vegan (****) Date 2020-07-15 22:02
Once I complete the new chess machine, I am considering streaming the games live on twitch or some other service

The chess game uses almost no internet bandwidth so it is viable even with slow upstream speed. Longer time controls slow down the movement of pieces too.
Parent - - By MrKris (***) Date 2020-07-19 04:53
So your computer screen to twitch or so?

I did not know the bandwidth was low.

Is the video compressed not to stream the same board/squares/pieces pixels over and over* if they are unchanged, like between moves?
*standard video about 30 frames per second
Parent - By Vegan (****) Date 2020-07-19 16:42 Upvotes 1
I have much experience in video so I can make it work fine.

Video is compressed so there are options
Parent - - By bformless (**) Date 2020-07-21 20:52 Upvotes 1
I recommend the following deployment:
A PC which is exclusively available for chess, a so-called gaming PC and
a PC that is used exclusively for streaming, a so-called streaming PC.
Then the necessary resources are well distributed and the chess computer can
dedicate itself entirely to the game of chess.
See for this: http://www.twitch.tv/bformless
In the Infos you can have a look at my Gaming and Streaming PC configuration.
You can also find streamed videos there.
On Youtube under https://www.youtube.com/channel/UComW2p_cEsnwjlfp1xgmScA
you see, I've already successfully shot videos.

Hfgl and cul8'er.
Parent - By Vegan (****) Date 2020-07-22 04:03
The CPU I am using has integrated graphics with hardware support for real time video encoding.

This eliminates the need for extra hardware
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