Integration Twitch Live streaming is now available on Xbox consoles.
According to Microsoft, streaming is now easier as you can access Twitch directly from the Xbox guide and manage your setup with a few simple steps.
From your Xbox Series X/S or Xbox One console, navigate to the “Capture and Share” tab on the guide and select “Go Live.” You’ll need to link your Twitch account by scanning a QR code with your iOS or Android mobile device, or navigating to the URL using your PC or mobile device. Once your account is linked, select the “Go Live Now” button to go live immediately and start streaming games downloaded to your console.
You would then plug in your cam and headphones, then set the stream title, and from the options panel you could manage the game and mic audio levels, including side chat, and set the resolution and bitrate manually. You can also swap the game between the line, and the pause screen will show up when you’re not in the game. Your console will also automatically update the game you’re playing on Twitch.
People can watch your stream on whatever device they use to access Twitch, and on Xbox, your followers can choose to receive notifications when you go live. To enable the feature, navigate to Xbox Notifications in Preferences and adjust the streaming settings.
It sounds pretty easy.
Back in October, Xbox Insiders during the Alpha Skip-Ahead round were able to check out a system update that includes built-in Twitch live streaming.
Twitch was originally part of the Xbox One console and uses a Snap feature that allows users to stream to the service. Microsoft removed the Snap feature and Twitch integration about 5 years ago, so the only way to stream using Twitch is through the app.
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