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BinxPrep Audio Window

The ‘Audio’ window brings together a collection of tools designed to help you visualize all aspects of your stream just as you go live.

Your left stereo speaker is represented on the left side of your window. With the right speaker on the right and, centered between them, a buffered stream of the video you are testing at that moment.

First step is to download the BinxPrep app, if you have not yet.

You will be asked to install and place the application on your desktop. Once installed, simply double click on the app icon and the Audio window will open by default.

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Enter Twitch.tv Username

Once you have connected to Twitch.tv and just begun your stream, look to the bottom of the ‘Audio’ window and enter your username ( or channel URL ). Click on the ‘View’ button and BinxPrep will reach out to grab the stream you would like to level with.

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View Realtime Audio

Just above the channel input, once the stream has loaded, you will find a real-time sound map that spans the width of the window. Using orange bars to showcase high and low sound impacts.

This portion of the window shares recommendation lines for mic audio and ambient ( game ) sound levels. These lines relate to the audio L and R bars further up the window.

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Drill Down to Detailed Audio Levels

The ‘L’ ( left ) and ‘R’ ( right ) audio channels are represented on either side of the stream window. With color bars rising and falling as the stream comes through. For a moment, you will see top line audio stay on the bar and then fade away.

To the side of each channel bar you will see an “V__”. Representing the voice volume target. You will also see a “A__”. Representing the ambient volume target. As you work with your mic and game audio, you will be trying to come as close to these volume targets as you can. They represent the best mix of mic to game levels to stream with.

You can adjust your game and mic audio levels, then wait for the stream to play through BinxPrep and see how it plays back. When you have the mix you want, you can quit BinxPrep and stream on.

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