In this blog post, we’ll guide you through using Twitch Inspector and explain some of its key features. It allows you to view your stream activity, chat, and viewers in real time, as well as track key performance indicators (KPIs). So let’s get started!
What is Twitch Inspector?
Twitch Inspector is a free application that allows you to stream, track, and analyze your gameplay. it’s useful for tracking stats such as viewers, chat activity, and more.
How to Use Twitch Inspector
Follow the below step to learn how to use Twitch inspector:
- Go to twitch inspector, https://inspector.twitch.tv/#/, click on Login with Twitch button then click Authorize button.
- Click on the Run a Stream Test button to run a test stream.
- Copy this text, and go to Streamlab OBS.
- Now open Streamlab OBS and go to Settings, click on the Stream option, paste the text in the Stream Key bar and click on Done.
- Click on the Go Live button.
- Refresh your twitch inspector site, here you will see the stability or instability of your live streaming.
- By clicking on the bitrate graphs you can see further information on your streams.
Frequently Asked Questions
What are the benefits of using Twitch Inspector?
Using Twitch Inspector, you can see
- which clips are performing the best.
- what chatters are talking about most often.
- where viewers are watching from around the world.
This helps you optimize your video content for maximum engagement and views.
How do you fix a stream lag on Twitch?
Try adjusting the bitrate, audio encoding quality, streaming window size, and refresh rate. If these steps don’t help, you might need to troubleshoot your internet connection or hardware settings.
In this blog post, we have taught you how to use Twitch Inspector to your advantage and achieve better streaming results.
So, make sure to read through the blog and get started using Twitch Inspector today.