Twitch.tv is one the largest live streaming platform available right now and with the help of XSplit Broadcaster you’ll be able to stand out from the crowd. This broadcast output allows you to stream live video content to your Twitch channel.
Before you can start setting up your broadcast output, make sure that you have enabled 2FA (Two-Factor Authentication) on Twitch.
You will be required to enable 2FA before you can begin broadcasting on Twitch.
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Setting up the Twitch streaming output
Go to Broadcast > Set up a new output, then click Twitch.
Click Authorize and sign with the Twitch account you want to stream to and then click Next.
After authenticating your Twitch credentials, you’ll go through a setup wizard to determine the best ingest server, connection speed and resolution. Click Finish once it’s done.
The Twitch Properties window will be shown if you wish to customize your stream settings. Note that the Setup Wizard will automatically set recommended values here already.
Click OK to save your settings.
(You can always revisit these settings by right-clicking your Twitch profile in your Broadcast list, or by clicking on the gear icon next to it.)
Starting a Twitch broadcast
- Go to Broadcast and click the Twitch profile or output you have set.
Twitch Stream Properties
Choose between Web Authentication which saves your Twitch credentials after authorizing or manually inputting your Stream Key from your Twitch Dashboard.
For Web Authentication credentials
Selecting this option will let you authorize your account using Twitch login.
Your Twitch account, click the Authorize button to register this detail.
For Stream Key credentials
The Twitch username of the account you will stream to.
The unique stream key found under Stream Preferences in your Twitch Dashboard
Choose which ingest server to use. It is recommended to use Automatic or the server with the lowest ping timing.
Confirm ingest server before broadcasting
Allows you to choose the ingest server before you start livestreaming.