Streamers on Twitch usually stream their gameplay through PlayStation 4 (PS4), Xbox One, Twitch mobile applications, Twitch Sings, or third-party software. Now, streamers get a new option for their gameplay broadcast application streams.
Twitch provides new options for streamers to stream their gameplay through Twitch Studio. Unfortunately, Twitch’s first desktop broadcast application in beta is currently closed.
Citing Engadget, Friday (09/08/2019), Twitch released Studio to make it easier for people to start streaming from a PC. However, according to Twitch Studio, it might not be useful for established streamers who are happy with their current settings on xSplit.
“We want to support streamers by making it easier to live on Twitch for the first time. Introducing: Twitch Studio. An all-in-one streaming application designed with new streamers in mind,” Twitch said in his tweet.
New broadcast application
Because it focuses on streaming newcomers, Twitch Studio is designed to help people start broadcasting quickly. With that in mind, you don’t seem to need to configure many options before showing action.
After setting up the microphone or webcam and choosing a template for multiple visuals for streaming, you seem to be able to walk quickly. In the coming months, Twitch plans to add capture card support, in-game overlays to help streamers chat with their viewers, and deeper integration with other Twitch features.
As in general, Twitch Studio includes activity feeds, alerts, and chats to help you get involved with the first viewer.