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How to Flip Your Camera in XSplit [Broadcaster and Gamecaster]

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Many streamers have complained that their cameras don’t show them correctly. They feel disoriented when looking into the camera because they are used to looking into mirrors or smartphones which give a mirrored image. In this article, I will guide you through the steps on how to flip your camera in XSplit Broadcaster and Gamecaster.

How to Flip Your Camera in XSplit Broadcaster

Here is how you can get a mirrored image on XSplit Broadcaster.

1. Launch XSplit Broadcaster.

2. Make sure that your webcam is displayed correctly on your screen

3. If you need to add a webcam, click the “Add Source” option below the source box and select a new device from the pop-up menu.

XSplit Broadcaster flip mirrored screen

4. Right click on the webcam source in the source box to open the settings. 

5. Click the “Layout” tab at the top of the settings box. 

6. Under the heading “2D/3D Transform,” choose the second option next to the word “Flip”

XSplit Broadcaster flip mirrored screen

7. Your image should now be mirrored to you. Any lettering (like those on my shirt) will be flipped as well.

How to Flip Your Camera in XSplit Gamecaster

1. Launch XSplit Gamecaster.

2. Make sure that your camera is added by clicking the camera icon in the lower left-hand corner.

3. Hover over the screen so that you can press the “Edit Scene” button. 


4. Find the webcam settings on the left-hand side of the screen, then click the box next to “Flip Y.”

XSplit Gamecaster flip mirrored screen

5. Your webcam should now be flipped. Note that the lettering on my shirt is mirrored. The same will happen for everything on your screen. 

Is the Mirrored Display the “Correct” Display?

Stream yourself in the way that you feel most comfortable. If you frequently look at yourself on stream and react better if it is a mirrored version, broadcast yourself in that way. Take note, however, that if someone were sitting across from you, they would see the “unflipped” or “unmirrored” version of you. 

If you choose to flip your camera into a mirrored position, take care to not wear shirts with writing on it or hold up anything with writing on stream. The letters will be displayed backward, which could potentially annoy a few viewers. 

About the Author


Luci is a novelist, freelance writer, and active blogger. A journalist at heart, she loves nothing more than interviewing the outliers of the gaming community who are blazing a trail with entertaining original content.

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