it won't say wen i stream1 vote
The image quality of the video on Twitch's site often comes nowhere near the image quality of the video I uploaded. This is especially noticeable in scenes with fast motion. For comparison:
File uploaded: https://pbs.twimg.com/media/CtwD9yBVMAAARPd.jpg
Twitch playback: https://pbs.twimg.com/media/CtwD_euUMAAdEZ5.jpg26 votes
Thanks for the feedback! We are constantly working to improve this and you should see these improvements going forward
Thanks for the feedback! We will look into this – what types of channels would be interesting for you to see surfaced?
Sometimes due to bad connection etc the delay falls far behind, and it would be neat with a delay indicator visible somewhere. Maybe next to the viewer count, or why not next to the "chat" button?
I know there is a counter in the video playback stats, but since the new player rolled out, it's huge, and you can't move it around anymore, and most people just care about that one stat.
There is also a lot of new users that are unaware of the delay, or confused about how long it takes for the streamer to receive the message.4 votes
This is a huge issue for mobile users. My device doesn't support 60 hz. So whenever a broadcaster sets their source quality to 60 fps it has all sorts of issues. But changing the quality ALSO decreases the bitrate. I have excellent internet, but my screen can't take it whatsoever. Would like bitrate and quality be separated in the quality options. The old system should still exist for users who don't understand bitrate and quality but this should be slated as advanced.33 votes
I understand people can't watch HQ streams because they have low internet speed but it's not fair for those who can.Games have a lot of foliage which makes the game look very bad.48 votes
Let us know in the comments your experience with streams using lowered delay options.
Note: Not all broadcasters have this enabled, and comes at the cost of different buffering for some viewers.
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