4. Activate Theater Mode or Full Screen Mode
Some may admit that the interface of Twitch is a bit busy. You can minimize the distractions by activating the Theater Mode or the Full Screen Mode by clicking the icons in the video player’s bottom-right corner.
The Theater Mode darkens the interface to make you focus on the video content. This mode also increases the on-screen real estate of the video player and keeps the chat feed. On the other hand, the Full Screen Mode ditches the chat feed so that it completely fills your television or monitor, which helps taking things to the next level.
5. Join Squad Stream
Released in 2019, Squad Stream lets up to four Twitch streamers broadcast together in one window. This helps users get more angles on the action to discover new streams and chat with multiple Twitch communities at the same time.
6. Adjust the Stream’s Video Resolution
If your PC has a very strong internet connection, adjust the video quality to 1080p resolution and 60 frames per second, which level Twitch video streams can peak at. If not, you can alter the stream resolution by clicking the gear in the lower-right corner of the interface. Twitch offers resolution options including 1080p60, 720p60, 480p, 360p, and 160p.
If you don’t know which video quality level is most suitable for your internet connection, choose Auto and the Twitch app will select an ideal stream resolution for your PC based on the signal strength.
7. Ditch Commercials
There are many benefits when subscribing to your favorite channel via Twitch Prime or a monthly donation, such as subscriber badges, custom emotes.
However, ad-free viewing is one of the most attractive subscription bonuses. If a channel has this option activated on the back end, you won’t have to worry that the feed is interrupted by a Twitch-delivered commercial spot again.