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  1. Allow the user to download any mp3 file for a sound alert cus the stock sound alerts are kinda boring

    3 votes

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    Completed  ·  Ana responded

    Hey there,

    Not sure if this request is specifically asking to include .mp3 files for alerts, but do know that you may set custom sound files for your alerts! To do so, click Edit Scene, go to the Alerts layer, and finally mouse over to Edit Alert in the right-hand panel. Within the pop-up menu, you can click through each alert and set the sound of each type of alert, by clicking the Change button under Sound. For more information on supported sound files please refer to our help article.

  2. have each alert have its own duration! like follow can be 5 seconds and a raid can be 10

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    Completed  ·  Ana responded

    Hi,
    You can set the duration of each alert by clicking Edit Scene, then going to the Alerts layer, and finally mousing over to Edit Alert in the right-hand panel. Once on the pop-up Edit Alert menu is open, you can click through each alert and set the duration of its on-screen duration individually. Thanks for your suggestion.

  3. Would love to see a way to test what my alerts look like before I get on the stream. Just adding a simple button that runs the alert on the Stream Preview page.

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    Completed  ·  Ana responded

    Hello,

    You should be able to preview your alerts through the Edit Scene screen. To preview each individual alert, please use the Edit Alert button on the right-hand panel to pull up the pop-up menu and review each type.

  4. It would be so much more convenient to integrate the Twitch Stream Info section of our stream dashboard with the Twitch Studio tool so we could manage stream start notification messages, categories, etc. from the Studio app.

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  5. 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.

    4 votes

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    Completed  ·  Twitch responded

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

  6. alerts con immagini e audio personalizzati.

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    Completed  ·  Ana responded

    Hi,
    To customize alert sounds and images, click Edit Scene, then go to the Alerts layer, and finally over to Edit Alert in the right-hand panel. Within the pop-up menu, you can click through each alert and adjust it accordingly with your chosen image and sound. For more information on supported files for sounds and images, please review our help article.

  7. Being able to customize the alerts more independently such has having separate duration times, or having a gif for one and another different sized images.

    3 votes

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    Completed  ·  Ana responded

    Hi,
    You may edit each alert type independently. Click Edit Scene, then go to the Alerts layer, and finally over to Edit Alert in the right-hand panel. Within the pop-up menu, you can click through each alert and set the sound, duration, and image, etc. of each type of alert, individually. Hope that helps.

  8. I’m fairly new to Twitch Studio and I’m transitioning from Streamlabs as Twitch Studio is easier for meto understand. But one thing I miss from Streamlabs is the use of hotkeys being able to toggle certain scenes. It would be really nice if we could get some sort of setting in the edit scene screen where we could add a specific hotkey or keybind where we could easily switch scenes without opening up studio while streaming. It would definitely those who don’t have two monitors.

    11 votes

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    Completed  ·  Ana responded

    Hey there,

    Sorry for the time it's taken to review this. Hotkeys are available to switch between scenes. You can find them in your Twitch Studio general settings under Hotkeys > Scene Management.

  9. It would be nice to have one menu so you can change the alerts across all the scenes from one place instead of having to go to each scene to change each alert as this is incredibly time-consuming, especially if you have many scenes.

    For example, if you have five scenes then you have to update your follow alert five times if you ever want to change it.

    1 vote

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    Completed  ·  Ana responded

    You can do this by linking your layers. Then in each scene, when you click Add Layer, you can add this linked alert layer and its settings will be preserved from the other scene in which it was created. A linked layer allows you to seamlessly make edits to  any layer across all scenes from one scene. Linked layers share all properties except their position, so you can adjust the layer's placement to best suit the current scene you're editing without affecting its placement in other scenes; however you won't need to edit every other aspect of it. Hope that helps.

  10. What I mean by a goal kind of thing I mean like a donation amount like showing what their money is going towards and like the number and a bar to show how close you are to make it to the goal.

    6 votes

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  11. 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.

    107 votes

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    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.

  12. 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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    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.

  13. This can help define specific aspects of streamers content...everyone has a brand for their stream for the most part. If its gaming or chatting or artistic it defines the individuals that follow the specific channel with specific thank you or audio cues that help thank the viewer

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    Hi,

    To customize alert sounds, click Edit Scene, then go to the Alerts layer, and finally over to Edit Alert in the right-hand panel. Within the pop-up menu, you can click through each alert and adjust it accordingly by clicking Change under Sound. To upload your own audio file press, Browse. For more information on supported files for sounds and images, please review our help article.

  14. I love Twitch Studio and I started using only that to stream and record videos, BUT I am really missing transitions between scenes. I know you guys are working on improving the program and I appreciate it a lot but please add the transitions in some of the following updates.

    29 votes

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  15. 11 votes

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    Hey there,

    You should be able to customize the image for each alert by clicking Edit Scene, then going to Alerts layer, and finally to Edit Alert on the right-hand panel. Once on the pop-up Edit Alert menu is open, you can click through each alert and upload your desired image.

  16. Include an option so that whenever you click any key u set, it skips the current alert.

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    Completed  ·  Ana responded

    Hey there,

    You may add a hotkey to skip alerts by  going to the settings (small cogwheel icon on the bottom right), then to Hotkeys, and finally by scrolling to Skip Alert. Hit Record to set your hotkey. Hope that helps.

  17. Ability to add your own screens

    If we could have the ability to upload our own custom images for stuff like when we are taking a break or that the stream is ending, as well as potentially custom screen transitions, that would be great. Thanks.

    3 votes

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    Completed  ·  Ana responded

    Hey there,

    You may create your own scenes in the Scenes panel. Although a Be Right Back scene is now included by default, please feel free to add any other scenes you may need.

  18. Maybe you could add a game overlay for notifications while in-game, or maybe a chat the streamer and chat can see during a stream. For Example if I am playing a game, and i get a follower, it would show a notification on my screen. This would help streamer with a single monitor.

    28 votes

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    Completed  ·  Ana responded

    Hi there,

    You can enable the In-Game Overlay in your general settings (the cogwheel on the bottom right of the window). For more information please refer to our help article.

  19. Every layout has to be edited one by one, I'd love to be able to just make a new layout and for it to already have my alerts added, because it always starts with the predetermined ones.

    13 votes

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    You can do this by linking your alert layer. Then in each scene, when you click Add Layer, you can add this linked alert layer and its settings will be preserved from the other scene in which it was created. A linked layer allows you to seamlessly make edits to your alerts layer across all scenes from any scene. Linked layers share all properties except their position, so you can adjust the linked alert layer to best suit the current scene you're editing without affecting its placement in other scenes; however you won't need to edit every other aspect of it (such as color, image, etc). Hope that helps.

  20. Such an important feature that's missing, I expected this feature to be in the beta but it is still not after months. An older post suggesting this to prevent stream snipers was ignored or not read? Who cares how many votes this gets on this thread, when its such a crucial feature to have default on your streaming service.

    32 votes

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    Completed  ·  Jax responded

    You can add a stream delay in the Stream tab in the general settings page. Once enabled you can set a delay between 5 seconds and 30 minutes

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