Written by Kaylee Wood | Last update: April 28, 2020
Anyone who wants to broadcast iOS games on Twitch.tv using OBS streaming would find it quite annoying that OBS requires the game to be playing on the desktop in the first place. This is not at all a problem for macOS users, since they can directly mirror iPhone/iPad iOS screen to a Mac. But it can be quite another story for Windows user. How can we add iOS to OBS streaming source on PC Windows to stream Fortnite on Twitch PC? 5KPlayer freeware holds the answer.
By adopting AirPlay mirroring tech on PC Windows 10/8/7, 5KPlayer easily adds the screens of iOS to OBS streaming source in a wirelessly manner. Obtaining OBS iPhone source or OBS iPad source can be totally handy. 5KPlayer lets you stream Fortnite on pc very easily.
Step 3: Open OBS, under Source, and click on "Add", choose Windows Capture to capture 5KPlayer window precisely.
Notice: 5KPlayer also provides screen recording utility locally. Simply click the recording button and your iOS screen will be recorded with audio.
You will need to get the Stream Key before broadcasting to Twitch.tv
Step 1: To get the "Stream Key" from Twitch or facebook live, you can visit your registered Twitch dashboard page and click on the "Stream Key" tab. Click the "Show Key" button to obtain it.
Step 2: Back to OBS, Settings > Stream > Choose the service > Enter Stream Key > Click apply.
Step 3: Click the "Start Streaming" or "Start Recording" button under Controls to either stream iOS game to Twitch.tv or just record your gaming locally.
5KPlayer can also directly record your Fortnite game without OBS on PC Windows/Mac wirelessly. Get this free iPhone screen recording and streaming tool to work with OBS now!
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