How to Edit Info Panels

To create or edit a panel:

  1. Click the Edit Panels switch from “Off” to “On” in the top left of your channel page underneath the video screen
  2. Edit the panel as you desire by adding a panel title, image, embedded image link, and description (where you can add more links using Markdown code)
  3. Click Submit to save the panel
  4. To add another panel, click the + sign and a new panel will appear
  5. Click the Edit Panels switch from “On” to “Off” to return to the regular channel page view, to see your finished panel look

 

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To delete a panel:

  1. Click the Edit Panels switch from “Off” to “On” in the top left of your channel page underneath the video screen
  2. Click Remove to delete the panel
  3. Click the Edit Panels switch from “On” to “Off” to return to the regular channel page view, to see your finished panel look

To rearrange your panels:

  1. Click the Edit Panels switch from “Off” to “On” in the top left of your channel page underneath the video screen
  2. Hover over the panel you wish to move and the movement cursor icon will appear
  3. Click the panel and drag it to your desired location in the panel arrangement
  4. Release the panel from your left-click hold
  5. Click the Edit Panels switch from “On” to “Off” to return to the regular channel page view, to see your finished panel look

NOTE:

  • File sizes for images must be under 2.9 MB
  • images should be no larger that 320px wide and 300px high (otherwise they automatically resize to these maximums)
  • Descriptions can be stylized in Markdown (sorry, no HTML). See some simple Markdown coding examples below. To learn more about how to use Markdown code, read this article.

 

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How To Add Your Overlay To OBS

The Twitch streaming guide: Add an overlay to your stream

In this tutorial we will show you how to apply an overlay for your stream with Open Broadcaster Software (OBS).
We assume you know how to use this software in general and will guide you only for the image applying part.

1. Add a new image source to your Open Broadcaster Scene

Twitch Stream Setup with Open Broadcaster

2. Choose a name for your image (e.g. Twitch Overlay)

3. Keep the image settings as they are and add the path of your overlay file

Twitch Stream Setup with Open Broadcaster

4. Make sure that your camera and game sources are below the overlay image

5. And here you have the final result, easy ain’t it?

Twitch Stream Setup with Open Broadcaster