Livestream Studio offers direct integration with Twitch for producers who wish to stream their content there.
In the Stream module, click the Twitch logo to start configuring your stream settings.
The pop-up window seen below will appear. Click Sign in to Twitch and navigate to your web browser if it does not switch over automatically.
Log in to your Twitch account within the browser.
Authorize Livestream Studio to access information from your Twitch account by clicking Authorize. After doing so, navigate back to Studio if the browser does not close by default.
Enter a title for your stream and set your streaming quality.
Click the gearwheel icon to set your desired output aspect ratio and the default network to use with your stream. If you choose a 1:1 or 9:16 ratio, a Safe Area Display will appear in your output by default. You can change this to show in all sources in your multiview or to not display at all.
Set your game name, stream title on Twitch, ingestion location, and whether to save your VOD on Twitch.
If you have enabled multi-language events, you can choose which incoming language (or audio track) will output to this particular stream by using the Select Language drop-down menu; if you are simulcasting, this allows you to stream to the same provider but select a different language for each stream instance. This menu does not appear if multi-language events are not enabled.
Clicking Advanced Settings will allow you to specify a network to stream out at if you do not wish to use your default network selected earlier.
Click Go Live when you are ready to start broadcasting. Livestream Studio will indicate that the stream has started and display your streaming status.
When you are ready to finish streaming, click the red Streaming button.
Hover your mouse over the Twitch icon at the bottom of the module. You will find a link to your Twitch channel.