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5 solutions to fix Xbox app streaming issues
- Change streaming quality
- Improve the game streaming experience
- Disable your antivirus / firewall
- Change software rendering settings
- Update your operating system and Xbox app
Game streaming is one of the coolest features of Windows 10 (well, at least for gamers). But, once they installed Windows 10 and tried to stream their games through the Xbox app for Windows 10, many users reported delays in streaming.
So, in this article, we are going to fix this problem with the lags, so that you can have good quality streaming.
What are the best ways to fix broadcast lag in the Xbox app?
Before trying with a solution, you must first test your Xbox One streaming. This will give you a better understanding of the situation, as it will help you decide what is the best streaming quality for you. To run the streaming test, follow these steps:
- Open your Xbox app
- From the hamburger menu on the left, go to Connect
- Select your console
- And go to Test streaming
Once the test is complete, it will give you all the necessary details and you can perform some of the following solutions, depending on the test results.
Solution 1 – Change the streaming quality
So the most logical and common solution if you are having lag issues with your streaming is to decrease the quality of the streaming. To do this, follow these steps
- Open your Xbox app
- Go to Settings from the hamburger menu on the left
- And under Video encoding level, change the quality of your feed based on the results of the flow test
Now restart your streaming from Xbox One and see if there are any lags.
Solution 2 – Improve the game streaming experience
Reducing the quality of the stream will likely do the job, but if you’re still having issues with your stream lagging behind, there are a few other things you can adjust to make your stream work normally.
There are a lot of things you can do to improve your streaming like switch to a wired connection, update wireless drivers, move the Xbox closer to the PC, change the frequency, and more. You can find detailed explanations for these solutions on the Xbox support page.
Solution 3 – Disable your antivirus / firewall
In rare cases, your security solutions can slow down your streaming. To test if this is the case, you can temporarily disable your antivirus and firewall and test the streaming quality of your game.
Solution 4 – Change the software rendering settings
You can also enable the option “Use software rendering instead of GPU rendering” to reduce the strain on your graphics card.
- Launch Internet Explorer> click on the cogwheel
- Select Internet Options> Advanced
- Select Time Lapse Graphics
- Check the option “Use software rendering instead of GPU rendering”
- Click Apply> OK
- Restart your computer and try streaming your games again.
Solution 5 – Update your operating system and Xbox app
If you haven’t installed the latest Windows 10 updates or the latest version of the Xbox app, please do so as soon as possible. It is possible that some of the more recent updates will bring specific bug fixes and improvements for game streaming.
There you go, hope this article has helped you to fix the streaming issue in your Xbox app on Windows 10.
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