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    MishaMayhem commented  · 

    Hey, I came across this question while also looking for the answer. Here's what I found:

    The below referenced page on Twitch's help site is of course not for this purpose, but it does point out where you need to look.

    If you go to C:\Users\{USERNAME}\AppData\Roaming\Twitch Studio this is all the configuration for the app, including your scenes. It does NOT include your images, just the layouts and other settings. You can copy this folder to another computer and put it in the same place and Twitch Studio will load up with all your scenes and stuff intact, assuming your images are in the same place on the other computer. If the images are not in the same placethen just edit the scenes and "Change" the image and point it to wherever the correct image is, should work fine.

    You can also do what I did, and move the entire folder to your Google Drive / Dropbox / whatever, then use a symbolic link to make the app think the Twitch Studio folder is really in the Appdata\Roaming folder.

    Example command: mklink /D "C:\Users\myusername\AppData\Roaming\Twitch Studio" "C:\Users\myusername\Google Drive\My Twitch Stuff\Twitch Studio"

    Explanation of symbolic links for those who are interested:

    Page on Twitch's help stuff where I found the location: