Top 5 Hexeum Animated Stream Ending Screens

A stream ending screen is an important consideration when you start streaming. If you are looking to get a hold of one of these animated screens, we have compiled a top 5 list of Hexeum's end screens.

If you are unsure exactly what an end screen is, we will also go over that in this post. This post explains exactly what these screens are and why they're useful to streamers.

What Are Animated Ending Screens?

End screens are a way of communicating to new viewers that a stream is about to end. Usually as a streamer when you are wrapping up a stream you will thank viewers for their support. Streamers also take this time to announce when their next stream will be and any plans they have for it.

During this period it's important that new viewers joining are informed that the stream will soon be coming to an end.

In addition to keeping your viewers informed, an ending screen increases the production value of your stream. However it's important that the theme of your screen matches the rest of your branding and overlays. Having a mismatch of styles can have the opposite effect and actually decrease the production value of a stream.

How To Choose A Screen Style?

Before you jump in and get an ending screen, it's good to take some time to think about the screen style best suited to your branding. If you don't have existing branding it may be best to buy a stream overlay. By getting a full package, you can make sure all of your branding elements are consistent.

If you have existing branding just need to add an ending screen, taking time to choose the correct style is worthwhile. It may seem obvious but making sure there are consistent colours across all elements is very important. Similarly the style of the screen should be taken into consideration. For example, a fantasy style screen would be a mismatch if your existing overlays are modern and sleek.

How To Set Up Ending Screens?

Now that you have your ending screen, all that's left to do is to get it showing up on your stream. This is achieved using streaming software such as OBS, Streamlabs or Streamelements. The setup process varies between software, however there are plenty of tutorials available on sites such as YouTube.

1. Grime

2. Blossom

3. Mallow

4. Neon City

5. Stellar

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