Ever wanted to be a streamer? A new software is entering the market to try and make the process easy enough for anyone to do. Infiniscene is entering an open beta in just a couple of days, and it seeks to be so easy that anyone can use it but just as powerful as anything else on the market.
Announced late last year, Infiniscene is a cloud-based streaming service that operates right from your browser that allows a user to simply log in, pick what service they want to stream to (Currently Infiniscene allows streaming to either Twitch, Hitbox, or Youtube), and have themselves streaming with the click of a button. The service will save all clips and works in progress over the cloud, meaning you’ll be able to access them anywhere you have internet.
You can also download an app onto iOS and Android devices that allows you to control Infiniscene like a remote. Infiniscene also claims that they have 50% less CPU usage when compared to similar apps, allowing the user to do more without having to worry about overworking their computer. It also has no third party plug ins, and instead has built in integration with many third-party apps like TwitchAlert, Dropbox, and GameWisp to help make things much easier.
One particularly neat feature, which won’t be available right away but is advertised as coming soon, allows you to pull a friend’s stream onto yours. You can collaboratively stream with friends easily even if you’re not in the same room together, and you’ll also be able to edit your clips with them.
The company seems confident in their software, with co-founder and CEO Stu Grubbs saying:
“If you’ve ever imagined becoming a broadcaster, here’s your chance. We wanted to offer a way for someone with zero streaming experience to be up and running a high-quality stream in a matter of minutes. The beauty of Infiniscene is that it’s so approachable, yet has the features and capabilities to help a new streamer feel like an experienced broadcaster.”
If you’re interested in trying out Infiniscene then you can sign up for the beta on its website. The open beta will start March 30th.