Streamlabs guide for Creators

Step 1: Downloading Streamlabs

  1. Visit the official Streamlabs website:
  2. Click on the "Download" button, usually prominently displayed on the homepage.
  3. Choose the version of Streamlabs OBS based on your operating system (Windows or Mac).
  4. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the download.

Step 2: Installing Streamlabs
For Windows

  1. Locate the downloaded setup file (usually in the "Downloads" folder) and double-click to initiate the installation.
  2. Follow the installation wizard, accepting the terms and choosing the installation location.
  3. Complete the installation process by clicking "Finish."

For Mac

  1. Open the downloaded .dmg file.
  2. Drag the Streamlabs OBS icon to the Applications folder.
  3. Once copied, navigate to the Applications folder, find Streamlabs OBS, and open it.

Step 3: Setting Up Streamlabs

NOTE: You can find all the required settings to stream on Noice - here.
    1. Open Streamlabs OBS after installation.

    2. Log in with your Streamlabs account or create a new one if you don't have an account yet. You can also use a linked account (to Twitch, YouTube, etc.)

    3. Create a new scene and name it Noice. You can do that by clicking on the + icon next to "Untitled" as shown below:
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    4. By clicking the little + icon next to "Sources" you can customize your layout and add different sources, such as game capture, video capture device, audio input, and output capture, etc. source.png
    5. Once the custom destination (Noice) is set up, you can start streaming.
      Click on the "Go Live" button in Streamlabs to start your stream..
    6. By clicking on the little gear icon at the bottom left corner of the screen you will access all the settings of Streamlabs:
      Stream settings: To stream on Noice, first, choose the Stream Type by clicking on the Stream tab. Under Service, select "Custom Streaming Server" from the dropdown menu. Then enter in the URL field and last but no least you need to paste your Noice Stream Key. More info where to find it you can find in the article - How to use Noice Studio.


    7. Output settings: For smooth stream experience, please make sure your settings match those in the screenshot below.

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    8. Video Settings: The video resolution you choose significantly affects your live stream quality and Streamlabs Desktop performance. We recommend using your monitor's native Custom Base resolution (in this case - 2560x1440) and setting the Output (Scaled) Resolution to 1920x1080. Lastly, set the Common FPS Values to 60 for optimal results.video2024-01-09 171300.png

Step 4: Restreaming with Streamlabs

Currently, the best and most affordable solution for streaming simultaneously to Noice and other platforms is to purchase Streamlabs Ultra.


By clicking "Get Ultra" you will be brought to Streamlabs Ultra page where you can enter your payment details and proceed with the purchase - it is intuitive and a standart procedure.

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After the purchase is completed, proceed with setting up the restreaming configuration.
Ensure you are logged in. This applies to Streamlabs accounts or any other platforms you are using to sign up/log in (linked accounts).
Navigate to Stream Settings and click on the Settings icon (gear) in the lower-left corner of Streamlabs.

In the Settings menu, select Stream from the left-hand sidebar.
Scroll down until you see "Add Destination" at the bottom of the listed platforms.
You will now see fields to enter, Name of the destination, the Noice RTMP URL and Stream Key
- In the Name field enter - Noice
- Enter the Noice RTMP in the URL field - rtmp://
- In the Stream Key field, enter unique Stream Key of the creator from Noice Studio.

Double-check that the RTMP URL and Stream Key are correct, and click "Save", then "Done".

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Step 5: Start streaming

Once the custom destination (Noice) is set up, you can start streaming.

Click on the "Go Live button" in Streamlabs to start the stream.

Monitor the stream to ensure you are live on both platforms and that everything is functioning properly.