Volume normalization option across streamers. Some streamers just have a way louder setup than others.
Hey there, my name is Martijn,
i am daily on twitch and i always had some issues with the volume, some streams are louder/lower then the others in volume, thats there input. And i came up with a idea, you can add a volume button at the streamer on twitch, so we can balanced the volume.
bc sometimes a streamer have a lower sound, so what we do is we put the volume up from our pc, and if you are done watching the stream, you forget that your sound is still louder the normal. So if you go to Youtube as example, you will blow your ears away bc its so loud. Thats why i think that a volume button is a good idea!
Hello. Could you moderate the loudness level to maintain a Normalized loudness level of -14/-16 LUFS? Is horrible when you listen some streamers with low sound loudness and others with a huge loudness. This must be standarized please. I don't Know if this is the correct forum page but i think this could improve the user experience in the way of mantaining a good sound quality.
and especially for ads, which are so loud sometimes, that it hurts in the ears, when you are wearing headphones ... it is a health risk
Would help those of us trying not to wake the whole neighbourhood at night too.
Some streams are louder than others. Every time you change the volume, it stays that way regardless of which stream you switch to.
Please make each volume level stay where you put it for each individual stream.
Some twitch streamers (mostly those that play twitchy FPS games...) don't seem to realize that they're blowing out the eardrums of their headphones-wearing viewers. It'd be cool if you added an option to client to compress the audio to avoid ear-bleed.
Having a maximum decibel setting integrated into the Twitch video player would help when moving between channels. As most know, the volume difference between streamers can be enormous. Who hasn't loaded up a channel and had their ears blasted? This setting would cap the output on volume to help decrease the chances of "RIP ears" in chat.