When creating content, it's important to have hardware that can be easily used without sight, even if sometimes said hardware requires some sighted assistance to set up initially. For my current setup, I use an AverMedia Live Gamer Portable (LGP) running in PC-free mode, with a Mackie FX12 mixer if I need to record commentary. An HDMI splitter allows for the device being recorded to pass audio into the TV to then be relayed back into the LGP and be mixed with the commentary in realtime.
On the software side of things, though I previously used Open Broadcaster Software (OBS) I now simply record my gameplay via the LGP's SD card and edit it as best I can in Windows Moviemaker (a now deprecated piece of software).
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