Twitch announced that it now supports FullHD (1080p) video at 60 frames per second, a new feature called Twitch Inspector, which analyzes and assist in troubleshooting your Internet connection or problems related to the encoder, while broadcast on Twitch.

Streams on Twitch are no longer limited to 3.5 megabits of bitrate. Instead, they now officially recommended 3-6 megabits.

“For starters, we’re no longer limiting our ingest bitrate to 3.5 megabits. We officially recommend 3–6 megabits for most streams, skewing toward the higher end for 1080p broadcasts or faster, more demanding games.

We’re also rolling out a new set of numbered quality options (transcodes, if you’re fancy), starting today. Viewers now have more choices, and you won’t have to worry about them dropping to 480p when “source quality” is unavailable. Combined with our recent transcode updates, it’s never been easier to stream higher quality video to more people.” Wrote Twitch in a blog post.

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