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Solved Live Streaming Question please help

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  1. Lee91a

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    I can't find any information on this anywhere online so please help if you can but I'm looking into buying a used MacBook Pro around the price of £450 - £500 and was wondering if they are powerful enough to do what I wanted which is use a program called OBS and mirror my iPhone 6 Plus screen to the MacBook then stream it live to YouTube? So basically streaming my iPhone screen live into OBS then from OBS streaming Live to YouTube. Will a MacBook Pro be powerful enough to do this? As it doesn't seem to me like it's much of a big requirement like streaming a console game such as GTA V etc as it's just the screen of my iphone.

    I tried doing this on an old laptop and it lagged terribly which was why I was looking into getting a MacBook Pro.

    A MacBook Pro I'm looking into getting is theMacBook Pro 9,2 and I've put a link at the bottom to the exact one which from what I've looked up it would be suitable and have no lag or any problems at all but I don't know this for sure so need confirmation. Link at: https://uk.m.webuy.com/product-deta...rw/13-/unibody/b/slapappmb92002b#.WT5y4IXTWaM
     
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    Look for a computer that has dedicated graphics card for best results.
     
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    I would suggest to you determine what your needs are and then compare that to the MacBook Pro specs. Other than that, why not go to the Apple store and ask them..
     
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