Watching Without Video on YouTube, Facebook, and Twitch

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If you’re not a fan of audio, try watching without video. It’s available on YouTube, Facebook, Twitch, and Tasty. This badge will allow you to watch videos without any audio. It’s beneficial if you’re trying to multitask. For example, if you’re watching a movie and want to watch the subtitles in addition to the video.

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To watch Twitch without video, you must install a particular browser extension. The extension is called Twitch Audio Only Mode, letting you watch live streams on Twitch without the video. It’s straightforward to use: all you need to do is click the icon, which will pause the video and play it only in audio mode.

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Though Twitch started as a video game streaming website, it has since expanded its scope to include various live streams. In addition to gaming, viewers can watch live talks, variety shows, and podcasts. Cooking shows, for example, are a popular genre.

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When you watch Twitch streams, you can see if you’re watching without video by viewing the “watching without video” chat badge. The badge is black with a white line through it. It lets other users know that you’re listening without video, which can be helpful if you’re unable to see what’s going on.

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Watching without video on Twitch is entirely possible if you’re using the mobile app. First, you must enable audio in the background or turn off the tape. Then, choose how many channels you want to watch. You can watch up to three streams at once. You’ll be able to choose up to four channels if you’re a squad member.

The Twitch application is available on desktop and mobile devices and is free to download. If you want to watch Twitch live, you can use the Twitch app to go live. You can also record gameplay with an external capture card if you don’t have a video capture card.

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