Unfortunately, Steam has yet to add support for users running the client in Linux or OSX, though the company says it has plans to integrate compatibility with these operating systems in the near future.
Also, broadcasting games only works on Steam accounts that have at least one verified purchase ( or more) tied to their username.
To change which key it is, click on the setting highlighted above, and then hit the key you want to use.
To start, open up your account settings by clicking on the “Steam” option in the menu, and selecting “Settings” from the drop-down menu.
If you’re not at home or don’t have access to your Steam client, Valve also hosts broadcasts on the Steam Community website.
To access public broadcasts, click the link here or visit the URL “ Once the broadcast is loaded, you can change the quality of the stream by clicking the gear icon in the bottom-right corner, and chat with the broadcaster by typing in the highlighted chat window.
If you’re unsure if your connection is fast enough, try several different bitrates to find the one that fits your connection best.
Of course, streaming isn’t all that exciting if we can’t hear the user on the other end of the game.