Back in August, Amazon’s very own streaming platform Twitch launched the beta version of Twitch Studio, a desktop broadcasting app for streamers who are just getting started. After being in closed beta for a long, Twitch has finally launched the Twitch Studio software as an open beta yesterday.
Twitch Studio is best-suited for gamers looking to step into the world streaming or even if they just want to explore what streaming has to offer. Twitch Studio offers tools to guide you through basic settings and stream layout in order to make your stream look attractive.
Coming onto the features, Twitch Studio offers Livestream production features such as a guided stream setup to simplify the detection of your PC’s microphone, webcam, monitor resolution, bitrate, and more to help your stream looks and sounds great. Moreover, there are customizable templates and/or starter layouts and overlays which will assist streamers to personalize their streams. It also provides integrated alerts to easily monitor and interact with a community using Twitch Studio’s built-in alerts, activity feed, and Twitch chat.
You can download the beta here. Check out the full Twitch Studio tutorial to get started now: