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The gaming-focused social community Raptr announced today that its desktop app can now directly broadcast PC game play to Twitch without the need of additional software. The free app, available to download here, can stream nearly every game for which Raptr has manually added its In-Game Overlay feature, which gives players access to news and other social media outlets without leaving the game. That covers hundreds of titles, including League of Legends, Team Fortress 2 and Call of Duty: Black Ops 2. A streaming how-to video is available here.
News Bytesharing of game-play videos for mobile games, is rolling out a “voice overlay” feature to connected games, starting today. That means that players of one of the 100 or so games that use Kamcord will soon be able to record live audio commentary tracks as they play. Kamcord’s main competitor, Applifier’s Everyplay, also offers audio commentaries and is planning to roll out a video commentary feature in the near future.