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Twitch Studio beta now available for Mac users

18 June 2020 0

Twitch's own streaming software Twitch Studio has now been released for Mac users around the globe. It originally debuted for Windows users in November 2019 in the beta stage. While it continues with the beta testing phase, it can now be used by macOS users as well and thus expanding its reach.

The Twitch Studio is known for its easy setup process that helps new users get started with broadcasting. It is specifically aimed at anyone who is new to the world of streaming and does not how these software work. There is a one-click Green screen setup and support for Chroma and Vulkane Game capture.

Here are key features of the streaming software:

  • Easy setup: With guided onboarding, automatic hardware detection, and recommended settings, you’ll get step-by-step setup for the best quality stream. Our built-in desktop audio capture capability also lets you easily share audio from your web browser or computer directly to your stream, no extra configuration required.
  • Twitch integration: Twitch Studio has everything you need to start interacting with your audience, including built-in alerts and chat integration.
  • Customization: Easily personalize the look and feel of your stream with different layouts (such as a full-screen webcam layout perfect for chatting with your community), and customize how your stream sounds by adding multiple audio devices. You can even mix up your content by connecting your iPhone or iPad and sharing the screen to your stream. Look out for even more customization options that we’ll be rolling out soon.

If you are a Mac user, you can download Twitch Studio beta for free by visiting the official page. It is worth noting that if you are already using some other streaming software that you have become good it, it is advised to make a switch. Twitch's offering is a pretty simple one and for beginners.



Twitch Studio beta now available for Mac users
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