Here’s a fun opportunity to co-stream 2018 SXSW Gaming Awards with your community! The 2018 SXSW Gaming Awards is live on March 17, 2018 at 8 PM CT. We encourage you to co-stream the award show, available at https://www.twitch.tv/sxswgamingawards Muxy has created the 2018 SXSW Gaming Awards extension and it...
Omni Overlay (On-Screen) The Muxy Overlay displays multiple apps that can be accessed via a toolbar that allow viewers to interact with a stream. When their mouse is over the Twitch player, viewers will see a small toolbar on the player that controls the various interactive apps. Viewers can...
Twitch Extension Installation Twitch Extensions can be installed from the Extension manager tab on the Twitch Dashboard. A Muxy account will be required to install our Extensions. If you don’t have one yet, go to https://u.muxy.io/login and log in with your Twitch credentials. Open your Twitch Dashboard. Open the...
Twitch Affiliates are getting subscription buttons and Muxy is ready to support your Sub Alerts! via GIPHY
For this tutorial we’ll use Photoshop to create a frosted Cheer Cup image of your logo.
To get XSplit to work with Muxy, go to https://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/otherversions/, select your operating system, then download and install the “NPAPI” version of Flash. Then restart XSplit. This is because a dependency within XSplit.
The Muxy Ticker allows streamers to customize dynamic text labels that are displayed in OBS. The most common usages for dynamic text labels are for displaying things change during the course of a stream like a list of recent subs, followers, or the name of a top donator.
This tutorial will go over creating Muxy alerts to be displayed by OBS for your stream. Creating a new Alert Package will create a default follow, sub, donation, and host alert all tied to a single URL for OBS.
This tutorial explains how to configure your tip settings used for receiving donations. If you prefer to use an external service such as Streamtip for tips you can skip this tutorial.
This series of tutorials will demonstrate how to set up a Twitch live stream from scratch on Windows. We’ll be using OBS as our capture software and Muxy for alerts. If you’ve already gotten started, feel free to skip to whatever part you need help with.