Twitch Studio, the proprietary Twitch streaming app, comes to the rescue. If we informed about it for the first time in August, she just saw the light of day and was available only to selected people. Now literally anyone can use it. Twitch shared it as part of open beta testing.
Although Twitch Studio does not offer such advanced features as OBS, it is really simple, transparent and pleasant to use. In this application, everything is given on the tray – it is clear where to click to change the description of the transmission, the layout of the transmission image, modify the sound settings, and more. What's more, when the program starts, the microphone and webcam are automatically detected and configured, as well as the monitor resolution and bitrate.
Importantly, Twitch Studio offers access to elements that make any stream look professional. We're talking about many carefully designed screen overlays that can be modified to suit your preferences or built-in alerts. In addition, Twitch Studio offers support for many capture cards (so-called grabbers) as Twitch promised. This support currently includes Elgato cards and AVerMediaand will be extended in the future.
Not surprisingly, Twitch is developing and working on an application that is designed to facilitate streaming and encourage the use of the platform of new beginner streamers. After all, the competition is not sleeping, and is constantly strengthening its market position. This competition is primarily Mixer and Facebook.
Twitch Studio (in beta) can now be downloaded from our application database. We've included the download link below.