Twitch Launches Its Free Video Editor Called Twitch Studio
Twitch is launching Twitch Studio, a free video editor for inexperienced streamers, on Wednesday, November 13. This software was designed to help newcomers produce content and improve it to achieve a professional result. Twitch is launching Twitch Studio, a free video editor for inexperienced streamers, on Wednesday, November 13.
This editing and editing software is designed to help new streamers to produce and improve content. The idea is to achieve a quasi-professional result thanks to dedicated advice and tools. “With Twitch Studio, stop fumbling to configure,” says the platform. The software is currently only available in beta and should offer more tools and features as updates are made:
You can configure your Twitch chain step by step: simplified microphone detection, webcam, screen resolution, bit rate, all you have to do is follow the installation process. Stream customization: you can choose from a variety of models and overlays to dress up your stream and give it the sound and visual look you want.
Community broadcasting and management: once your stream is launched, Twitch provides you with tools to interact with your subscribers, including an integrated Twitch chat, activity flow and alerts.As Twitch explains, many people who tried the adventure of streaming quickly gave up. This is due to overly complicated and difficult technical aspects.
This new video editor is there to encourage streamer apprentices to try the experience again. According to the platform, their aim is to introduce stream creation on Twitch, without necessarily seeking to retain these beginners at all costs.
How to Download Twitch Studio?
Twitch Studio is already available on Windows 7 and later, but not yet on Android, iOS and Mac. According to the company, support for other platforms is expected to arrive later.In addition, Twitch is currently working to more effectively integrate the video editor with other features of the platform.
The launch of Twitch Studio comes shortly after the loss of Tyler “Ninja” Blevins, the $500,000 monthly streamer and the departure of Michael “Shroud” Grzesiek (another major streamer) to Mixer the brand new competing Twitch platform.