For Streaming Your Streams: ReLive Adrenalin

While Radeon ReLive launched a year ago with Crimson ReLive Edition, 17.7.2 brought additional capabilities and features. Today, Adrenalin Edition brings even more, honing in on the needs of video game streaming. For one, ReLive now has an in-game overlay for chat on Twitch, Facebook, Youtube, and Mixer, as it is always nice for streamers to see in real-time all the silly things their viewers might say. Support for mouse button hotkeys was added as well.

Continuing the Vulkan theme, ReLive now supports recording Vulkan-powered games. Eyefinity support is also featured with Adrenalin, matching well with a new borderless region capture option, allowing streamers to capture specific regions of the screen.

ReLive Adrenalin also comes with Chroma Key support, a feature that streamers use to create transparent webcam backgrounds. Once enabled, there are options for Chroma Key Color Preset, Chroma Key Color, and Chroma Key Strength. Using the strength presets, transparency can be increased or decreased.

Adrenalin adds editing-related functionality to ReLive as well. There is a new option to record game audio separately from microphone audio.

For more fully featured editing and organizing, ReLive now includes support for Stage TEN, which allows streamers to assemble and distribute live shows using a web browser interface. While integrated, a Stage TEN account does require a fee for users with over 10,000 subscribers or followers.

Otherwise, AMD has continued to work on reducing ReLive FPS overhead.

Adrenalin Enhancements (2): New Toggles, Linux & More For Sharing Your Streams: Radeon Settings ‘Connect Tab’


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  • Gigaplex - Tuesday, December 12, 2017 - link

    If memory prices are going to kill the PC gaming market, they're going to kill the console market too. They don't work without memory. Reply
  • mkruzel - Thursday, December 14, 2017 - link

    Worry not. Higher prices = more incentive -> more competition. As long as we have free market higher prices will lead to more competition. Reply
  • baka_toroi - Tuesday, December 12, 2017 - link

    Have they finally got rid of that browser popup that opens when you finish installing drivers and reads in a single line of plain text "Congratulations, you have installed drivers!" ? I could get better UX design guidelines from Zimbabwean software in the Windows 98 era. Reply
  • kronkers - Tuesday, December 12, 2017 - link

    If you look at the URL string it reports back to AMD with your system specs. Reply
  • Flunk - Tuesday, December 12, 2017 - link

    I hope they let you not install all the extra software. All I want is drivers, the control panel and NOTHING ELSE. Reply
  • FATCamaro - Tuesday, December 12, 2017 - link

    Yeah I don't need an app for my video card. Reply
  • GreenReaper - Tuesday, December 12, 2017 - link

    But, the adrenaline! Reply
  • lucam - Tuesday, December 12, 2017 - link

    iPhone X review...when? Reply
  • lmcd - Tuesday, December 12, 2017 - link

    While I appreciate that the wider community desires an iPhone X review, the core Anandtech community has traditionally enjoyed PC component news, reviews, and updates. They're not even the same reviewers, so it's really a nonfactor in the timing, but I'm glad to see more content like this appearing in a timely manner. Reply
  • lucam - Wednesday, December 13, 2017 - link

    ..which means it's not gonna happen. Thanks for the update Reply

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