We’re very excited to bring you our newest free resource – Overwatch Twitch Panels! With this free resource you can customize and save your own unique panels, using only a web browser. We designed this with our Animated Overwatch Overlay and custom notifications in mind, so if you’re using those, it should fit in nicely with your stream…
I probably think or say this every new post, but this latest project was my favorite one yet. We’re fortunate enough to have a talented digital artist, @LleucaTV, working with us. PinkMageDiaries made a simple request: create a logo and theme around the stream name, while incorporating the Eye of Dalaran.
Check out this easy to use YouTube thumbnail maker. It allows you to create great looking thumbnails in just a couple of minutes. While it’s designed to create images for YouTube, you could even use this as a Twitch Offline Image maker as well!
In this post we’re going to talk about how to stream to Twitch and YouTube at the same time. We’ll also cover how to stream to Hitbox, BeamPro, and much more simultaneously – and it’s completely free. One of the questions I get asked a lot is, “what service should I stream to?” The answer I give is usually Twitch…
Our animated Overwatch Overlay is now available in the Nerd or Die store. In this post we’ll talk about how you can set it up in a couple of minutes, as well as customize it a bit to your liking.
I was extremely excited when the the streamer Farasalt contacting me about the design that he had in mind. His basic description of what he was looking for is a tiki bar in space.
The Twitch Inspector will help us figure out what bit rate you should use. You can use it to analyze your streaming bitrate and troubleshoot internet connection or encoder related issues.
One of my most recent projects was to work with the YouTuber and new streamer, KaliMuscle. For this project we created a bit more than the usual streaming package, and had a focus on a few over the top notifications, as well as an animated overlay.
Our long time friend TrainsTV recently made the move from full-time variety streamer to focusing on the game MechWarrior online. Part of his transition involved having new graphics created, including a new follower and host alert.
In this post I’m going to walk you through how you can connect multiple different streaming chat rooms in to one easy to use program. This will include Twitch, YouTube Gaming, Hitbox, BeamPro and more. We’re also going to add chat into OBS Studio for our viewers to see. Arguably the most important part of being a…