When comparing FFSplit vs Contentflow, the Slant community recommends FFSplit for most people. In the question“What are the best software tools for live streaming?” FFSplit is ranked 2nd while Contentflow is ranked 20th.
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Pro Light resource usage
Pro Clean interface
Pro Simultaneous broadcast
FFSplit allows streaming to multiple services at the same time.
You can live stream across multiple platforms. You can distribute your stream(s) simultaneously to several Facebook accounts, Youtube Live, Twitch, and other social media platforms
Subtitles can be created automatically and in an impressive quality.
Pro Own Player
A video player, which can be integrated into any website, is included. On request also with a chat.
Pro Video file
The video is available immediately after the livestream for download in different resolutions.
It is possible to cut content from the running stream and export or publish it.
Graphics, such as a logo, can be displayed
Con No built-in game source capture
FFSplit requires an external program for capturing game source.
Con Very limited methods for manipulating source
FFSplit can't rotate, crop, pan, tilt or zoom sources. There's also no de-interlacing, chroma key, color or gamma adjustment support. FFSplit can only resize the source, adjust transparency and adjust volume.
Con Windows only
FFSplit runs only on Windows. Other operating systems such as OSX or Linux are not supported.
Con Doesn't work on Windows XP
FFSplit works on Windows Vista or later.
Unfortunately the graphics cannot be changed during the stream.