There are many reasons why Twitch is one of the most popular streaming platforms out there. It is easy to use and generally, people don’t encounter issues with this tool.
However, quite a few users encountered a major problem when trying to save their broadcasts. After the live streaming ended, users didn’t find their recordings.
Many people choose not to save their broadcasts on their computers because they have the option to save the files directly on Twitch.
Unfortunately, for some people who like to watch their recordings later, this feature was nowhere to be found. In other words, people didn’t find their recordings or Twitch didn’t save them.
This could be a major issue for some, especially for gamers who stream their gaming sessions and update them on channels such as YouTube.
Luckily, you can fix the problem in no time and today we will show you how to save broadcast on Twitch.
What to do if past broadcast isn’t showing up in Twitch?
1. Try using a different browser
This browser is quite similar to Chrome, in fact, they are built on the same engine, meaning that all Chrome extensions will work in UR Browser as well.
As for additional features, this browser has a built-in phishing protection that will alert you if you encounter a malicious website. There’s a also a built-in malware protection so all your downloaded files will be scanned.
Lastly, the browser has a tracking protection, and it won’t send any of your data to Google, so if you’re looking for a new and reliable browser, UR browser might be the right choice.
2. Change the setting to Automatically
Quite a few users reported that changing the saving setting to Automatically will fix this issue. For some, this feature is not selected by default or was disabled after an update.
So, enable this option to automatically save broadcasts on Twitch.
3. Clear cache
Too many temporary internet files can stop Twitch broadcasts from saving. So, you should clear your browser cache.
For Google Chrome, follow the steps below to clear the junk files.
- Click on the three dots icon from the top right corner of Google Chrome.
- Select More tools and then click on Clear browsing data.
- Choose a time range to delete the data. It is recommended to select All time to make Chrome work efficiently.
- Select what kind of information you’d want to delete.
- Click on Clear data.
The steps are somewhat similar to other browsers as well.
As you can see, you can easily save your broadcast on Twitch. Make a simple modification in Twitch settings. If this solution doesn’t work, try clearing your browser cache.
Did our solutions solve your problem? Do let us know in the comments section below!
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