What is the opinion of Reddit about the
Elgato Stream Deck – Live Content Creation Controller with 15 Customizable LCD Keys, Adjustable Stand, for Windows 10 and macOS 10.13 or Late (10GAA9901)?

A total of 48 reviews of this product on Reddit.

10 points

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19th Jul 2018

That is one cool looking piece of hardware I didn’t know I needed. Amazon link for anyone interested , all I’d need is a steering wheel, nice shifter, and that and I’d be pretty much set for a nice cockpit setup.

2 points

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19th Sep 2020

yeah, regular size. Honestly I probably used it for 6 months or so?

I replied to someone else too: $90, shipped anywhere in the US. Brand new they’re $150.

It’s this one: https://www.amazon.com/Elgato-Stream-Deck-Controller-customizable/dp/B06XKNZT1P

(you can check my post history for what I’m selling on /r/hardwareswap . Long story short, office too small, selling desktop and going to laptop, etc)

1 point

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14th Jan 2022

That’s a stream deck: Elgato Stream Deck – Live Content Creation Controller with 15 Customizable LCD Keys, Adjustable Stand, for Windows 10 and macOS 10.13 or Late (10GAA9901) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B06XKNZT1P/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_i_064R7HPZ1P5MZ3DBKNQC

1 point

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31st Dec 2021

I just bought one as a xmas gift, its’ called a stream deck

amazon, bestbuy, & electronic stores sells em

i bought this one https://www.amazon.com/Elgato-Stream-Deck-Controller-customizable/dp/B06XKNZT1P/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=Stream+Deck+For+Sound+Effects&qid=1640994812&sr=8-1

1 point

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28th Oct 2019

I gave up waiting and changed my rig instead. I picked up a Stream Deck and bound the abilities to the keys I wanted to (even lets me customize the icon on the key). I appreciate the option to save multiple layouts on the keypad. Pricey option ($128 USD). Worth it, IMO.

Link – Elgato Stream Deck (Amazon)

1 point

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15th Oct 2020

Elgato is a name brand, they make a very popular stream deck and various video capture cards. Pricing is probably a combination of good build quality and brand value (compared to no name Chinese products)

1 point

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31st Aug 2020

It looks like a keyboard with 15 buttons. It seems that each button is a customizable LCD screen as well.

From what I gather it’s used to make custom macros.

The product description is fucking terrible because it didn’t explain what the purpose is for a layman.

https://www.amazon.com/Elgato-Stream-Deck-Controller-customizable/dp/B06XKNZT1P

1 point

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28th Jul 2020

Not sure if you know about this but it has changed my life …

Elgato Stream Deck – Live Content Creation Controller with 15 Customizable LCD Keys, Adjustable Stand, for Windows 10 and macOS 10.13 or late https://www.amazon.com/dp/B06XKNZT1P/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_enciFb60A1TYW

1 point

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8th Jul 2019

I will when I get home 🙂 I’ll send the link, there were other icon packs as well.

And if you mean the deck itself:

https://www.amazon.com/Elgato-Stream-Deck-Controller-Customizable/dp/B06XKNZT1P/ref=mp_s_a_1_1?keywords=streamdexk&qid=1562598221&s=gateway&sr=8-1

1 point

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18th Aug 2018

Ok maybe for a rev4. Or you could remove the long pins and solder it (almost) “flush” on the back. I imagine you use standoffs for the keyboard anyway so it shouldnt be a problem.

Or maybe a smaller version (15 keys) as a cheap alternative for the popular Streamer Makro Boards. I’m pretty sure you could sell that or even make a succsesful crowdfunding campaign if your into that.

Just some ideas. Anyway… keep on with your awesome project.

1 point

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15th Aug 2017

I have two very unrelated questions.

I am looking for a deck of buttons I can program as a soundboard. Similar to the Elgato Stream Deck but actually affordable. The Elgato Stream Deck: https://www.amazon.ca/Elgato-Stream-Deck-Creation-Controller/dp/B06XKNZT1P/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1502828944&sr=8-1&keywords=elgato+stream+deck

I just don’t want a huge drum pad controller or deck with knobs and stuff. Just a board with buttons.

NEXT QUESTION

I am having troubles with my headset. I am using the Sony MDR-XB950BT Bluetooth headset and some generic logitech bluetooth USB dongle. I have the dongle plugged in on the front usb ports of my case so that it has a better signal I guess. While in games (Mostly Overwatch and CSGO) it sometimes cuts out, but the bluetooth is still connected. It has a built in mic so I make sure to disable it in recording devices and I make the headset the default device in playback devices. It stays connected to bluetooth but sometimes it just stops outputting audio. This only happens in games and even when it cuts out in game, if I go to a Youtube video it outputs audio. So is it the game? I didn’t change any in game sound settings.

1 point

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22nd May 2017

I’m seriously considering the Elgato Stream Deck. It’s basically a small LCD screen with buttons, you can customise hotkeys with your programs, and assign different symbols to each button. Because it’s digital, you can have multiple levels of buttons as well, as in you make a folder for Photoshop, and when you click on it, the buttons switch to a bunch of photoshop shortcuts you’ve preset.

The reviews seems decent, but it’s a brand new product, so it’s in it’s infancy. I hope more companies will come out with something like this.

https://www.amazon.com/Elgato-10025500-Stream-Deck/dp/B06XKNZT1P

6 points

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30th Sep 2018

https://www.amazon.com/Elgato-Stream-Deck-Controller-Customizable/dp/B06XKNZT1P

It isn’t just for narcissists who film themselves playing games. ;P

3 points

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21st Jun 2021

It’s originally used by some streamers (e.g. twitch.com) to control various mechanisms for streaming. (e.g. start/stop stream, mute audio, change camera/scene, do special effect, etc..).

A stream deck is essentially a way for you to add extra ‘buttons’ with icon/graphics. You can accomplish the same thing with just using custom keyboard hotkeys. But with a streamdeck, there is nothing to memorize as you can have visual buttons represent the things(they can even be animated). And you can have ‘folders’ or ‘pages’ in a stream deck so you have unlimited combination of custom actions.

I am not a streamer and I got one. I was excited about all the possibilities of it but ultimately found it just not that worth it for me personally. Though I’ve probably not spent adaquate time configuring/setting it up yet.

The device:

https://www.elgato.com/en/stream-deck

https://www.amazon.com/Elgato-Stream-Deck-Controller-customizable/dp/B06XKNZT1P/?th=1

2 points

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24th Apr 2021

> Also, wouldn’t WiFi count as a separate NIC?

Yep! Any hardware network controller could be called a “NIC”.

> Come to think of it, I’m remembering that I read about Unraid setups having cache drives for this purpose.

I have no experience with Unraid, but I would not be surprised if that is a common feature.

> Thanks for that! I’d like to explore both. Maybe LVM won’t be as complicated as I think. I just don’t want this to become increasingly more complicated. Sometimes I just want a system to work, y’know? No complicated setup & maintenance; just working. But maybe I won’t need to babysit it once it’s set up, and I’ll learn things along the way.

I would say base your decision on your circumstances. If you absolutely want to get something up and running right away, just go with some basic ext4 filesystems and use qcow2 images. That will be the fastest to get deployed and you will have less things to focus on. I have experimented with qcow images in the past and I have rebuild my entire system multiple times because I wanted to just “start fresh”. To me, it is fun to keep trying new things and learning, and I can also understand that trying to learn too much at once can be exhausting. Not only that, but trying to implement too many new things at once is just asking for more problems. It is often best to take things in small steps. In regards to babysitting, though, once you have a clearer idea of your requirements for the setup, there should be little need to monitor anything.

> Oh, wow! I feel like I find it interesting that both you and u/nulld3v are developers of some kind.

I’d imagine that there is no shortage of devs in this community. Some of us just like to nerd out over tech.

> I feel like I don’t need the headache of implementing workarounds for running Windows games. Especially since some of the ones that pique my interest are online multiplayer and their anti-cheats are a PITA.
>
> And, in that case, I’d save Windows VMs for less intensive tasks (like basic office work), and maybe containers for servers like the ones I mentioned above.

Most workarounds aren’t difficult, but it is true that some anti-cheat engines are more tedious to work around than others.

> I’d save Windows VMs for less intensive tasks (like basic office work)

I’ve seen a lot of people here say they want a VM for things like MS Office, which is a bit surprising to me since most versions work really well in Wine, they have a web version that is OS agnostic, and there are plenty of other office suites available for non-Windows OSes.

> A KVM switch?

Nah. What I was referring to seems to be called a “stream deck”; something like this:

https://www.amazon.com/Elgato-Stream-Deck-Controller-customizable/dp/B06XKNZT1P

Those or even a small keyboard could be passed to a VM that is handling streaming if you are using your mouse and keyboard in another to play games. That way there is no swapping input back and forth.

> I take it an NVME cache would help greatly with encoding and I/O overhead?

Caching on NVMe will generally speed up I/O heavy tasks. And since many tasks lock on write operations, having them write somewhere faster will allow the task to continue sooner, then the cache can be written permanently at its leisure.

> I’d like to thank you very much for your detailed responses. I really appreciate your help!

No problem! I have fun talking about this stuff and its nice to see people who are actually interested rather than common “why doesn’t this work? help me fix this” posts. Those can be fun too sometimes, but its a bit less exciting when the other party cares only about the end itself and not the means to that end. At that point it just feels like IT work, bleh! lol

2 points

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20th Apr 2021

Everyone applies their standard of “realistic” to fiction differently, so I can’t comment on that, but I will tell you my HOSAS setup feels very immersive.

Dual Virpil Constellation Alpha grips (left and right)on the bases of your choice (I use warBRD to keep the profile down, if you’re going to use extenders, get the MongoosT-50CM2). Then get Monstertech mounts to suit your needs (I use the desk mounts and they’re bulletproof and easily removable).

(You might never see the grips/bases “in stock” on the virpil page. They take orders and fill them as soon as they can in the order they get them.)

I use a Blackhog b-explorer 02 for switches and buttons to control things that aren’t bound to my sticks (doors, lights, landing gear, self destruct, ejection, scan/mining modes, access to remote turrets…). It comes with a mount that attaches directly to the Monstertech mounts. I had some issues with black-hog, when i ordered it a few years ago, but I’ve heard that they’ve started filling their orders in a timely fashion now, and the box is definitely well made.

I also have a throttle (original virpil mongoost-50)(not my picture) but I only use the buttons and switches, unless I’m mining, which is rare. Then I use the little flaps lever for amazing mining laser power control. That said, if they release a virpil panel with a similar small lever (doesn’t seem to exist yet), I’ll probably buy that and sell the throttle.

Finally, I have two Elgato (corsair) Stream Decks, which are just about the coolest little peripheral I’ve bought for my PC in general in ages. I do use them as cockpit controls in game, with profiles, subfolders, animated gif buttons, etc. But they’re also neat like all the time. Desktop shortcuts, browser controls, media controls, and they’re great for other games, like mmos that have a lot of controls and menus.

If you have any questions about any of it, let me know.

2 points

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20th Mar 2019

Hey man, hope this helps! This is what i use, its perfect for what you need! https://www.amazon.com/Elgato-Stream-Deck-Controller-Customizable/dp/B06XKNZT1P/ref=sr_1_3?crid=3UFUKNDLA9SZ4&keywords=stream+deck&qid=1553071859&s=gateway&sprefix=stream+de%2Caps%2C180&sr=8-3

you can set up hotkeys to launch games, mute mics/sound through OBS, Change scenes. play SFX, toggle camera on and off for “eating” etc. as far as for spotify, there are “music” abilities but i havent used them, my keyboard does that. but i do have it keyed to launch spotify! let me know what you think!

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1 point

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25th Nov 2021

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Corsair Elgato Stream Deck – Live Content Creation Controller with 15 customizable LCD keys, for Windows 10 and macOS 10.11

https://www.facebook.com/sweetdealscad/posts/145191487849607

https://www.amazon.ca/Elgato-Stream-Deck-Controller-customizable/dp/B06XKNZT1P

1 point

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25th Nov 2021

https://twitter.com/SweetDealsCA/status/1463946613509001221

$70 OFF!

NOW: $129.99!

Amazon’s Choice

[Amazon]

Corsair Elgato Stream Deck – Live Content Creation Controller with 15 customizable LCD keys, for Windows 10 and macOS 10.11

https://www.facebook.com/sweetdealscad/posts/145191487849607

https://www.amazon.ca/Elgato-Stream-Deck-Controller-customizable/dp/B06XKNZT1P

1 point

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4th Nov 2021

I used to use the hat switch… Plain and simple… but I’ve found something better…

I now use a El Gato Stream Deck (NOT Steam Deck) … It has an MSFS2020 plug in, which is amazing for customized functionality… You can make many different pages for different things… for instance, I have a VFR specific one page, a whole directory of pages for phases of airliner flying, and it was really designed for other things first, this is all secondary… I think it was well worth the 150 bucks…

If you do decide you want one, I would recommend at least the 15 button version… the 32 button one would be even better, but I don’t think the 6 button one has enough function real estate to be useful… I’ll leave a link below…

https://www.amazon.com/Elgato-Stream-Deck-Controller-customizable/dp/B06XKNZT1P/ref=sr_1_1_sspa?keywords=Stream+deck&amp;qid=1636013211&amp;sr=8-1-spons&amp;psc=1&amp;spLa=ZW5jcnlwdGVkUXVhbGlmaWVyPUEzU1dUOUJCOU5UODZJJmVuY3J5cHRlZElkPUEwMjgxMzIyM0U5TEZCTjVJM0pSSyZlbmNyeXB0ZWRBZElkPUEwNDMzMDcxT1g2ME9FSE5WNThVJndpZGdldE5hbWU9c3BfYXRmJmFjdGlvbj1jbGlja1JlZGlyZWN0JmRvTm90TG9nQ2xpY2s9dHJ1ZQ==

1 point

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11th Aug 2021

The little box with all the buttons? Its a stream deck.

1 point

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6th Apr 2021

>https://www.amazon.com/dp/B06XKNZT1P/ref=cm\_sw\_r\_cp\_apa\_glc\_fabc\_8YPGRZY70KPP718EZ82Y?\_encoding=UTF8&amp;psc=1

Wow that thing looks great! I’ve really got a lot to learn, but this definitely sounds like what I need. Thanks!

1 point

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2nd Mar 2021

To add to the concept of macros and hotkeys for key phrases:

Addon keypads provide another method of issuing macroed communications without having to deal with keybinds on the main keyboard:

Elgato’s Streamdecks (not cheap; 15, 32, and 6 key versions); and Koolertron’s Mini Keypads (a bear to learn to program, but rockin’ it once you have it dialed) are the two I use. Keybinds for actions and phrases are necessary for me (arthritis makes typing long phrases awkward when things move at the speed of WoW). The Elgato boards also allow custom icons for each key providing a quick visual of what each is for.

1 point

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21st Feb 2021

Take a look at bitfocus Companion and an Elgato StreamDeck for controlling QLab.
You can control QLab via OSC commands and it has feedback on the StreamDeck from QLab.

Companion software is free.
Download it here:

https://bitfocus.io/companion/

StreamDeck at Amazon (though I am sure you can find it in plenty of places:

https://www.amazon.com/Elgato-Stream-Deck-Controller-customizable/dp/B06XKNZT1P/ref=sr_1_2?dchild=1&amp;keywords=stream+deck&amp;qid=1613881369&amp;sr=8-2

There is also a Companion User Group Facebook page is helpful.

1 point

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8th Jan 2021

15-key streamdeck is usually $150 brand new

Amazon for example

1 point

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20th Dec 2019

Is this the expensive new revision? Confused because there’s a 15 key one that looks like yours on amazon for 110 new

https://www.amazon.com/Elgato-Stream-Deck-Controller-customizable/dp/B06XKNZT1P

1 point

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29th Sep 2020

I’m not the OP but I’m pretty sure is an Elgato StreamDeck https://www.amazon.com/Elgato-Stream-Deck-Controller-customizable/dp/B06XKNZT1P

1 point

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3rd Apr 2019

I use one of these every stream:
https://www.amazon.com/Elgato-Stream-Deck-Controller-Customizable/dp/B06XKNZT1P/ref=sr_1_1_sspa?keywords=stream+deck&amp;qid=1554300663&amp;s=gateway&amp;sr=8-1-spons&amp;psc=1

They’re awesome.

There’s a slightly cheaper one, less buttons, but just as functional:
https://www.amazon.com/Elgato-Stream-Deck-Mini-Customizable/dp/B07DYRS1WH/ref=sr_1_1_sspa?keywords=stream+deck+mini&amp;qid=1554300695&amp;s=gateway&amp;sr=8-1-spons&amp;psc=1

You can change sources, change scenes, use sound effects, do green screen effects, send out tweets, make clips, make stream markers……pretty much everything you can do in OBS can be turned into a button on this thing. It even works with Stream elements and obs.live

1 point

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6th Nov 2018

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B06XKNZT1P/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_ics4BbHB9NBZ1

It’s a little button pad that you can program to make do specific tasks while streaming.

Another option is a mini midi controller (used for sampling music, but can be programmed with software to function the same as a streamdeck)

midi controller

1 point

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5th Nov 2018

One of the best things you could get is the StreamDeck from Elgato!! It is amazing and allows you to switch between screens with incredible ease!!

https://www.amazon.com/Elgato-Stream-Deck-Controller-Customizable/dp/B06XKNZT1P/ref=sr_1_1_sspa?ie=UTF8&amp;qid=1541430179&amp;sr=8-1-spons&amp;keywords=streamdeck+elgato&amp;psc=1

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Does he stream PC or from console.. If he is streaming with console and has a pc to do the work, a capture card is also an incredible thing that will help out productivity.

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24th Sep 2018

Elgato Stream Deck https://www.amazon.com/dp/B06XKNZT1P/

I want this thing but not for that price lol