SPLT: New Cam-Splitting Software For Webcam Models


SPLT: Cam-Splitting Software For Webcam Models

SPLT Stream has announced the beta launch of its multistream platform built for the needs of live cam performers.

According to the company, many performers who have ventured into the realm of cam-splitting have found it to be complicated and often not worth the effort, as the available options are not intuitive or seamless, require high bandwidth, and more than an average amount of tech-savvy.

“We started with a simple idea: if you could stream to more than one site at once, you could increase your profits. Sounds simple enough, right?” asked a company rep. “We soon realized it wasn’t simple at all.”

After speaking with many performers and evaluating the existing options for cam-splitting, the company recognized that what is lacking in the cam industry is a user-friendly, multistream interface that has all the features a streamer is accustomed to — and that make them money — built right in.

“To make something truly valuable, we realized we couldn’t just create basic software that would allow someone to stream to more than one site simultaneously, we needed to think much bigger,” the rep explained. “Not only did we need to create a platform that was far more extensive than originally planned, we needed to address the core issues that make cam-splitting generally problematic and inconvenient.”

SPLT not only lets users livestream up to four top cam sites at the same time, it also has a robust set of fully integrated features that can be managed from one window.

“That means consolidated chats from all the sites you’re streaming to; top-tippers front and center so you can keep an eye on who they are and where they’re coming from; comprehensive analytics that allow you to see real-time income and analyze who, what, where and when you are most profitable so you can strategize and channel your efforts; and no need to put the Lovense toys away because they’re compatible, too,” the rep added. “Everything comes together with SPLT — which means you have what you need at your fingertips to reach a broader audience and, ultimately, become more profitable.”

When thinking about its pricing structure, the company decided to offer SPLT as a monthly subscription rather than as a commission-based service — an “evolutionary step” in the cam industry.

“The typical industry model, where everyone takes a portion of the performers earnings and the less you make the higher the cut, felt unfair,” the rep concluded. “We want to provide a truly invaluable resource that gives our customers more control over their own success for a fair fixed monthly fee.”