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You can now live stream on Twitch directly from Zoom
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(Pocket-lint) – If you really love Zoom and are also trying to live stream on Twitch, then there’s good news because you can now stream directly from Zoom.
Zoom announced that it has added Twitch integration directly into the app so people can live stream directly from Zoom to everyone’s favorite live platform.
This feature requires users to use the Zoom desktop client to both connect to Twitch and stream. It was possible to stream from Twitch before using other services like Restream, but now you can do it directly with Zoom. This should make the process smoother.
There are, however, a few caveats. Most importantly, you must be on Zoom’s paid tiers in order to use this new feature.
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Pro, Business, Enterprise, or Education tier users can use the feature to get Twitch streaming directly from the Zoom client.
This movement is certainly interesting. Twitch isn’t just for gamers and there are many different categories with people streaming everything from music sessions to creative arts and crafts streams and everything in between. So while we don’t expect players to suddenly broadcast via Zoom, there are plenty of opportunities for webinars, training sessions, and educational streams to start popping up on the platform.
Zoom explained the move in a recent blog post:
“To help our customers streamline the process of sharing content within their communities and expand their reach, account owners and admins can now allow hosts to live stream their meeting or webinar on Twitch instead of manually configure the stream as a custom live streaming service.”
If you’re interested, the company has also released a handy guide with all the steps and prerequisites to get started.
Written by Adrian Willings.