Fix: Twitch Fullscreen Not Working

Fix: Twitch Fullscreen Not Working

If you’re having trouble with Twitch Fullscreen not working, then you’re not the only one. 

In this article, we’ll provide a few solutions to the problem, and hopefully help you get Twitch Fullscreen working properly once again.

Why Can’t I go Fullscreen on Twitch?

Check out our step-by-step guide to fixing it.

Fix 1: Switch From Theatre Mode to Fullscreen

Try switching from Theatre Mode to Fullscreen.

Log in to your Twitch Account > Select your Streamer-> Click on Setting Gear > Enable theatre mode.

Twitch Stream Page

Fix 2: Disable Twitch Related Browser Extensions

If fullscreen mode on Twitch is not working as expected, there is a good chance that browser extensions are to blame. To fix the issue, follow these simple steps:

Fix 3: Update Your Display Drivers

You can find updated drivers on the manufacturer’s website or by searching online for “display driver.” If that doesn’t work, there’s a higher chance that your graphics card is broken and needs to be replaced.

Search Device Manager on your PC > Display adapters > Updates drivers.

Window Device Manager

Fix 4: Restart Your Computer

If you’re using Twitch fullscreen and it’s not working, there are a few things you can try. First, restart your computer. If that doesn’t work, try disabling pop-up blockers or changing your browser settings.

Fix 5: Re-Login to Your Account

Try re-logging into your account. If that doesn’t work, check to make sure you have the latest software update for your streaming device or browser.

Fix 6: Use a Different Browser to Access Twitch

If you’re using a browser other than Chrome, Firefox, or IE, try accessing Twitch through that browser.

Fix 8: Contact Twitch Support

If the above-stated fixes don’t work, then reach out to Twitch support for help. They will be more than happy to assist you and resolve the issue as quickly as possible.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I fix my aspect ratio on Twitch?

Set your desired output aspect ratio and the default network to use with your stream by clicking the gearwheel icon. A Safe Area Display will be included in your output by default if you choose a 1:1 or 9:16 ratio.

How do I fix my zoomed screen on Twitch?

Select “Fit to Screen” in the Position/Size menu when right-clicking it in the list of sources in OBS.

Conclusion

If you’re experiencing issues with twitch fullscreen not working, follow these simple steps to fix the issue. Thank you for reading and we hope that this blog was of some help. Happy Streaming.