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It depends entirely on the policies of the game manufacturer and what they tell Youtube to do. Some game makers claim copyright over any content produced using their game. Some do not allow any video to be posted, some allow only videos from certain networks, some allow videos from anyone as long as they aren't monetized and some allow anyone to post ...


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It is unlikely that you will be able to do that. To stream a high quality video over a home Internet connection is going to take a LOT of complex compression. Compression is both memory, CPU and possibly GPU intensive and running a game is also CPU, memory and GPU intensive. This is why the files that FRAPS produces are so massive. They apply minimal ...



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