Nov 12, 2019

The Twitch Studio Beta: now available to everyone

We will be discontinuing support of Twitch Studio after May 30, 2024. Explore our recommended streaming tools to find a different broadcasting software that works for you here (link:

A few months ago, we launched the closed beta for Twitch Studio—our brand new streaming app for new streamers. Tons of streamers signed up to give it a spin, and after lots of feedback and improvements, we’re beyond excited to open the door to everyone. 

Starting today, the Twitch Studio Beta is available for anyone to download and try for themselves on Windows 7 or newer.   

Here’s a look at some of Twitch Studio’s top features to help you go live for the first time, or step up your streaming game if you’re still new to Twitch: 

  • Guided Setup: Simplified detection of your mic, webcam, monitor resolution, bitrate, and more to help your stream look and sound great

  • Customizable Templates: Twitch Studio comes loaded with starter layouts and overlays to help you effortlessly personalize the look of your stream

  • Integrated Alerts: Easily monitor and interact with your community using Twitch Studio’s built-in alerts, activity feed, and Twitch chat

If new streamers want to go live and share their passions with the world, they should be able to do so with our full support. Allowing anyone to download Twitch Studio Beta is the next step in that mission. 

Ready to start? You can download Twitch Studio Beta here.

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