Twitch has released it's own broadcasting software
A streaming app designed for new streamers. Twitch Studio has features that guide you through your stream setup, plus tools that make it easy to engage with your community while you stream.
a year ago
Twitch publicly launches its free broadcasting software, Twitch Studio
Twitch today publicly launched Twitch Studio, its new software designed to help new streamers get started broadcasting. The idea behind the app is to make it simple for someone new to the space to get started, by offering a quick setup process and other tools to make the stream both look and sound ...
Twitch has released its own broadcasting software
Though Twitch is the biggest player around in the live-streaming space, its broadcasters - from the most prominent creators to the smallest streamers - all rely on third-party software to get their streams to their viewers. Now, the idea is to give new streamers an easier experience of getting started on Twitch - and, of course, to bring more people in.
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Community @producthunt. Chef.
Always expected this to happen at some point, glad twitch is doing this, live-streaming can be intimidating to get into because of all the software choices and settings
Founder, Product Hunt
This was inevitable and helps Twitch build stronger lock-in with its content creators (the life blood of the platform). Are you involved in this at all,
Co-Founder at Wild Gamut
Took them long enough! Looking forward to trying it out. Edit: Nevermind, it's only for Windows (for now?).
Founder & CEO @Indextrus
I expected this to happen at some point, and I'm highly convinced the Bebo team had something to do with it xD.
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