Allow the viewers to be able to move the streamer's face cam to any corner of the screen
Sometimes the face cam could block important information in the HUD, such as the amount of kills that a Call of Duty: Warzone streamer has when they are going for a kill record, or competing in a kill race tournament. I think it would be extremely useful if you could just slide the face cam to a different corner of the screen to quickly see any blocked information.
That can be achieved with a bit of channel point work and an OBS integration. Has to be solved by the streamer, with the streamer's full consent.
I see a lot of people upset that, for example, a female Twitch streamer hosts the stream in a somewhat revealing way. Even if it's normal clothing and only a chest cutout is visible.
Sure, now on the one hand you can say "Yeah why are you looking! Watch the stream and don't sexualise the woman", completely correct.
But nevertheless, in my opinion, it creates preventable tensions in the community and gives trolls the opportunity to act out in the chat and humiliate the streamer, thus targeting her.
A remedy would be to simply add a possibility to hide this window of the face cam. This would allow people who are bothered by the person themselves to hide it and enjoy a face-cam-less stream. While others who find it very pleasant to see a face to the voice could leave this function activated.
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If the streamer wishes, allow them to separate the gameplay and the face cam into two separate feeds into twitch. Then allow the viewer to customize the overlay of the face cam feed onto the gameplay feed (or possibility even allow the user to customize both the gameplay feed and face cam feed).
Some possible functionality would include:
* repositioning/ resizing/ close a particular feed
* lower/increase/mute a particular feed's volume
* Allow streamer to have default combination of feeds for viewers coming in
* Allow viewers to save view feed settings for future (possibly as a subscriber perk to incentives subscriptions? )
This would definitely need to just be an option for streamers though as it would require possibly twice the bandwidth, which will not be plausible for all streamers