If you’re a content creator who’s curious about which Twitch sizes work best for your channel, look no further. In this blog post, we’ll provide a comprehensive guide to Twitch panel sizes, profile picture dimensions, and more. So whether you’re just starting out on Twitch or you’re looking to make some changes to your channel, keep reading for all the information you need!
Twitch Offline Screen (Video Player Banner)
Twitch Offline Screens are a great way to brand your channel or provide viewers information when you’re offline. You can configure it in your Creator Dashboard under Settings > Channel > Brand.
The best size for an offline screen is 1920 × 1080 px and less than 10Mb.
Twitch Profile Banner
The profile banner will change the background of your channel page. You can configure it in your Creator Dashboard under Settings > Channel > Brand.
The best size for a Twitch Profile Banner is 1200 × 480 px.
Twitch panels are great for providing viewers information about your channel, as well as quick shortcuts to your tip page, merch store, or anything else you want your viewers to see. You can configure by navigating to your channel > About > Edit Panels.
The best size for a Twitch panel is 320 × 160 px.
Need help creating panels? Streamlabs has a Twitch Panel Maker that helps you create custom Twitch panels without the need for image editing software.
Twitch Profile Photo
Update your profile photo by going to your Creator Dashboard under Settings > Channel > Brand.
The best size for a Twitch profile photo is 800 × 800 px.
Twitch Video Thumbnail
Video thumbnails allow you to update the thumbnails of past VODs. Configure this by navigating to your Creator Dashboard > Content > Video Producer.
The best size for a Twitch video thumbnail is 1280 × 720 px.
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