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    HowYouLikeDemApples commented  · 

    also it will likely be more efficient in a more specific app than in a browser. maybe even integrated into twitch studio since its almost there already, just needs to be able to control widgets, view bitrate and see a post upload stream preview (online instead of just the preview before it gets sent to twitch so that quality can be easily seen)

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    Investigating  ·  4 comments  ·  Twitch Applications: Mobile » Other  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    HowYouLikeDemApples commented  · 

    Streamlabs Has a mobile app that you can use for alot of the stuff but i agree it would be nice to have something more easily manageable (though i doubt many mobile devices would be able to run a stream well regardless of the software because they tend not to have powerful enough specs, just a friendly suggestion if you have powerful wifi you could try a ios screen recorder based on a lan connection, or if you want really good footage use a capture card, thats your real option for low latency high quality video with synced audio

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    4 comments  ·  Twitch Applications: Desktop » Feature Request  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    HowYouLikeDemApples commented  · 

    that and it will likely be more efficient in a more specific app than in a browser. maybe even integrated into twitch studio since its almost there already, just needs to be able to control widgets, view bitrate and see a post upload stream preview (online instead of just the preview before it gets sent to twitch so that quality can be easily seen)

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    HowYouLikeDemApples commented  · 

    Or maybe even the ability to monitor things like final Bitrate viewers and the received broadcast within twitch studio so that it can be used similarly to stream manager

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    HowYouLikeDemApples commented  · 

    it would be great to have creator dashboard or at least the stream manager on a Standalone app or in the twitch app. i always have my stream open somewhere so i can monitor the quality and everything and I like using the Stream manager for that but it would be great to have it on a standalone app or on the twitch app since it would be far more efficent than a web browser like chrome. In fact according to my analytics running any twitch stream on my web browser takes about the same cpu usage as the twitch app which is to be expected, however the twitch app uses around 300-400 mb on average while chrome will use 800-900 with only the stream open. I understand the reasons behind this and yeah i think a standalone or even integration to the app again would save some computing power. while it may not be a huge amount, it is enough of a difference for some creators who are stretched thin on either their single pc or their streaming pc to see a difference.

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