Xbox and Twitch have teamed up to make it easier for players and content creators alike to stream straight to the website from an Xbox One or Series S/X.
Twitch is one of the biggest streaming platforms for content creators who love sharing their gameplay experiences with an audience.
Luckily, for those on Xbox without a PC to stream from, you can easily do so straight from the console. Here’s our simple guide on how you can stream to Twitch straight from your Xbox One or Series S/X.
How to stream to Twitch on Xbox consoles
Starting from February 23, 2022, Microsoft/Xbox and Twitch have teamed up to make streaming from the console much more easy and accessible.
According to their blog, “you can now access Twitch directly from the Xbox guide and manage your setup in a few simple steps.”
- Navigate to the “Capture and Share” tab on the guide and select “Live streaming.”
- Link your Twitch with your Xbox account by following the on-screen steps.
- Once linked, select the “Go live now” button to instantly go live and start live streaming games that are downloaded to your console.
It’s as simple as that, but you can also manage other aspects of the stream such as audio, webcam, and resolution.
Adjust your audio, webcam, & resolution while streaming
In order to set up your webcam, first make sure it is one that can be used with your Xbox system by checking the Microsoft support page.
You will be able to adjust the stream title, audio, and resolution all from the live streaming options panel. You can adjust audio here to allow party chat to be heard on stream, or even turn your game volume down if it’s a little too loud.
Further, if you’re worried about sharing too much information on stream, a pause screen will block viewers from seeing all but your game when you are on your Xbox.
There you have it, that’s how you can start streaming straight to Twitch from your Xbox console. For more, check out how to stream to Twitch from a PS5.
Source: Xbox blog
Image Credits: Xbox / Microsoft
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