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An error occurred while saving the commentzuby commented
How it currently works is that the broadcaster outputs their audio with the single channel for the viewer to listen to, but as an opt-in feature the broascaster could output two or more audio channels, an example being one for microphone, one for game sounds, and maybe even one for music if the broadcaster plays music.
To enable said tweeking it would be located under the advanced features to enable 'Split-Audio Channels', and therefore would allow the user to - rather than mute - click the speaker icon to allow the list of audio channels that the broadcaster is using.
This would the following:
User A likes to listen to the broadcaster and the game sounds, so they enable channel 1 and 2, but disable music.
User B decides that they don't fancy listening to the broadcaster for whatever reason and can mute their audio and just listen to game sounds & music, or either or.
This allows for fine tuning listening for those who want to be able to do so.
Would have to be opt-in from broadcaster side too via the settings and would have to also be set-up in the software.zuby supported this idea ·