Twitch Studio

  • Updated on 14/11/19

Broadcasting content on the Internet has always been common. In recent years, many people have enjoyed watching live broadcasts of games or events via video streams. The majority of streamers are now distributed across three main platforms: YouTube, Mixer and Twitch.

Twitch streamers are more and more numerous today and followed by thousands of spectators to the point that many of them become stars.

But getting started on Twitch can be complicated. This often requires buying good equipment and going through several third-party applications.

That’s why the company is launching Twitch Studio, a software currently in beta that makes it easier to launch a stream for newcomers.

Twitch Studio makes it easy to find your streaming tools (camera, microphone, etc…) in order to quickly adjust them. The software also allows you to easily configure your interactions with your chat, whether it is messages or alerts.

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