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The Stream Deck Pedal

Allecio
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The Stream Deck Pedal released about an hour ago, and I'd like to hear some thoughts. At this point, I feel like Elgato is the king of streaming, but did we really need this? The stream deck and such are excellent for streaming, but how would you use this in streaming? It's discreet, but it feels out of place. Again, I'd love to hear your guys' thoughts!

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Actually a pedal board like they make for guitars would be awesome.  Imagine your most used effects on an 12 pedal board. You would be able to press them without interrupting gameplay or anything.

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Pretty sure this is usually used as a push to talk button or mute button, for streamers that keep going from talking in-game to talking to chat. The benefit of this is that you don't need to move your hand to do it, so you can do it while playing pretty much anything.

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1.) Mute/Unmute

2.) Modifier (when pressed it makes the other buttons... for example on Stream Deck have different functions... basically it could double the amount of buttons) 

3.) Beeping out bad words

4.) Enable/Disable cam/green screen... etc

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Price? Given it is elgato probably not competitively priced.

Unless they have some software magic making it superior over competing products it won't be worth it.

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I've seen some streamers use them as ways to do push to talk, some to use it as a clip button to capture the past like 30 seconds, and as sound effects

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