Twitch Launches Twitch Studio Into Open Beta

This morning, Twitch launched the open beta for one of their brand new ventures as streamers can now try out Twitch Studio. This is the company’s first premiere version of first-party streaming software, essentially trying to get those who use OBS and other streaming software to switch to their preferred method. Is it an open beta, so keep in mind, it probably has a ton of bugs they need to work out. So give those who try it out a little slack if their stream crashes or doesn’t work properly. Here are a few more details of what’s included, as you can download it here.

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A few months ago, we launched the closed beta for Twitch Studio—our brand new streaming app for new streamers. Tons of streamers signed up to give it a spin, and after lots of feedback and improvements, we’re beyond excited to open the door to everyone.

  • Guided Setup: Simplified detection of your mic, webcam, monitor resolution, bitrate, and more to help your stream look and sound great

  • Customizable Templates: Twitch Studio comes loaded with starter layouts and overlays to help you effortlessly personalize the look of your stream

  • Integrated Alerts: Easily monitor and interact with your community using Twitch Studio’s built-in alerts, activity feed, and Twitch chat

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