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Screens are pivotal for streaming, providing viewers with diverse visual cues, whether it's an intermission, a starting soon notification, or any other purpose.
We'll cover the requirements and best practices for creating static and animated screens for streaming platforms.
Both PNG and JPEG formats are acceptable.
For screens requiring transparent sections, such as intermission screens with gameplay or webcam sections, PNG is the necessary format.
Consider offering a range of layouts and variations to cater to diverse streamer preferences.
It's beneficial to include "blank" versions without pre-set text. This gives customers the flexibility to introduce their text or graphics.
Both MP4 and WEBM formats are supported.
Prioritize keeping the file size minimal to ensure rapid loading times in streaming software. This minimizes delays or potential stream disruptions.
For screens with transparent components, such as intermission screens showcasing gameplay or a webcam section, the WEBM format is crucial.
Similar to static screens, offering "blank" versions of animated screens can be valuable. It lets users input their unique text or design elements.
Providing "modular" components can enhance user experience significantly. These can include:
Starting screen countdown timers.
Additional bars or segments.
Optional graphical elements.
Allowing streamers to construct their customized screen setup offers them flexibility. They can choose to include or exclude certain features as per their preferences.
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