On January 6th 2020, Elgato released Stream Deck 4.5, adding support for G-keys inside of the Stream Deck software.
To configure G-keys within Stream Deck, Stream Deck software 4.5 or newer must be installed, along with Corsair iCUE 3.24 or newer.
The supported keyboards are:
- K95 RGB Platinum
- K95 RGB Platinum XT
- K95 RGB Platinum SE
- K55 RGB (Since Stream Deck 4.6)
For G-keys to be configured in Stream Deck software, iCUE must be running.
Configuring G-Keys in Stream Deck
Use the Stream Deck software to drag and drop actions onto G-keys, personalize your configuration with custom icons, and switch between distinct profiles for different games and apps. When it's showtime, tap to switch scenes, launch media, post tweets and more. You can even trigger GIFs, images, videos and audio to invigorate your stream like never before.
Floating Action Bar
While your programmed actions can be viewed in the Stream Deck software, a floating Action Bar always displays them on screen for quick reference.
This Action Bar can be dismissed by finding the Stream Deck icon on your Windows Systems Tray or macOS Menu Bar, and selecting Hide Action Bar.
Please Note: When playing games using Fullscreen or Fullscreen Exclusive mode the action bar will not be displayed. Games must be played in Windowed or Windowed Borderless for the action bar to display over the game.
The iCUE SDK needs to be enabled in the iCUE settings, which is the default. If the user disables the iCUE SDK, the Stream Deck integration will not work.