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  1. i would like to can chose wich aplication's sounds the viewers can hear on the stream

    Admin audit: Changed "wich" to "which" for ease w/ finding idea.

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    24 comments  ·  Audio  ·  Admin →
    Completed  ·  Ana responded

    Hi there,
    With the help of the Advanced Audio Mixer, you may mute this feature allows you to control your audio sources on a per-app basis. To use this feature, an in-app installation is required, available via the Twitch Studio general settings under Audio. For more information, please head over to our help article.

  2. Sometimes I'd like to mute specific programs for a stream (i.e. Discord, Chrome, etc). It'd be nice to allow users to adjust specific program volume/mute programs entirely without having to setup an external program.

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    22 comments  ·  Audio  ·  Admin →
    Completed  ·  Jax responded

    We recently launched the Advanced Audio Mixer feature. This feature requires you to install an update to the audio mixer inside the global audio settings page. Once installed, you will be able to add individual applications as audio sources into your audio mixer. This will allow you to control audio being output to your stream on a per-app basis. An easy example to visualize is with the Advanced Audio Mixer, you could add Discord to your audio source list and mute it for your stream, while still hearing it locally on your PC.

    In conjunction with this new feature, we also added support to exclude individual audio sources from your Clips and VODs. This setting is available in the audio source settings when adding or editing audio sources.

    Lastly, we also added a “Sound Check” mode that allows you to play back the exact audio being output to your stream.…

  3. What just occurred to me.
    I use streamlabs.
    If I put Spotify on a different soundtrack & then mute it in the recording function (when I record it to make a video for myself) then I can hear music in the stream but the music would be missing in the recording. Wouldn't that be great for Twitch Studio?
    If you would combine that directly with uploading the Vod?
    Theoretically, you could listen to music in the stream and when you upload it, the music is excluded directly because the music track was muted in the settings. In VOD that means…

    14 votes

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    4 comments  ·  Audio  ·  Admin →
    Completed  ·  Ana responded

    Hi there,

    Apologies for the time it's taken to review your suggestion. I'd like to let you know this is possible with the installation of the Advanced Audio Mixer, as this feature allows you to mute on an app-basis. This is an in-app installation available by heading to your Twitch Studio general settings under Audio. For more information, please head over to our help article.

  4. I would very much like you to have the option to mark the audio tracks that I want to record for VOD, and which audio tracks I want to be transmitted on live, similar to what you have on OBS.

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    0 comments  ·  Audio  ·  Admin →
    Completed  ·  Twitch responded

    Hey there, in December 2020 we announced that we are able to support alternate VOD audio tracks. 

  5. Add push to talk buton like in obs , we have just option to mute and unmute

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    7 comments  ·  Audio  ·  Admin →
    Completed  ·  Ana responded

    Hey there,

    You should be able to set up push to talk by visiting your Studio settings (cog wheel in the bottom right corner). Scroll to Audio Input Management and there you'll find Push to talk. Hit Record to set your personalized key bind.

  6. Allow us to pick what Audio device is being used (Currently you can only select Input Devices)

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    0 comments  ·  Audio  ·  Admin →
    Completed  ·  Jax responded

    You can select between all of your audio devices and specify a primary microphone + any additional secondary devices in the audio mixer.

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