How to use Noice Studio

Noice Studio is where you can manage your channel settings and monitor your live stream. You can access Noice Studio at

Sections currently available in Noice Studio:

  • Stream Manager: Dashboard to manage and monitor your live stream;
  • Creator Cards: Customize creator cards;
  • Settings: Tools to customize your channel and important streaming information

Stream Manager

Stream Manager is the dashboard of your live stream. It shows the overall status of your stream with basic statistics (session length, player/viewer count, etc.) and has customizable widgets to set up a personalized dashboard based on your needs.

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The status indicator in the top right corner of Stream Manager shows you the overall status of your stream. Stream status can be one of the following. 

You can click Show Details to see in more detail the status of different stream services:


Stream Manager layout can be customized with widgets. There are currently five different widgets: Chat, Game & Crowd, Spotlight, Leaderboard, Actions.

Widgets in OBS Studio In the future, you can access Stream Manager directly from OBS, but for now, it is only available with a browser. Follow our Discord server to know when we release new features.


From the action menu, you have three action buttons that can affect your stream.

  • Edit stream info: This will allow you to change your stream title and category.
  • Start channel cheer: This will send an invite to all your currently watching players to join in an avatar synchronized cheer.
  • Start intermission: This function will let your audience see inside the avatar arena from different angles.


This section will allow you to change your branding, check out your moderation tools, edit your stream, and set up simulcasting.


Navigate to the Channel tab, where you can change your channel information.

Channel name

The channel name is shown in the channel listing and on your channel page.

Note: For individual streams, you can give a separate title on the Stream settings page to customize your streaming sessions while keeping the channel name the same.

Channel bio

The channel bio is shown in the channel details panel when your stream is live and on the channel page when you are offline.

Social links

Add links to your social media, website, or other platforms. All links are shown on your channel page and in the channel details panel when your channel is online.

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You can customize your channel to look more personal with a custom channel icon and a header image.Screenshot 2024-02-14 122834.png


Here, you'll locate your stream key, which you'll later input into OBS streaming settings. Additionally, you have the option to set a title for your stream and choose the category (game) you intend to stream.


Stream title: Separate title from channel name that can be changed for each streaming session. The title is shown next to the channel name in the channel lists and on your channel page.

Streamed game: Choose the game you are about to play to configure the right prediction game for your viewers.

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You will also have the options to turn Noice prediction game off or one as well as flagging your channel for mature content.Screenshot 2024-01-10 104815.png

Note: For more information on age restrictions, mature-content and when to flag your channel, please take a look at this article: How to enable age restriction on your channel

After copying your streaming key from Noice Studio, proceed to OBS Studio's Settings. In the ensuing window, navigate to the Stream tab, where you'll find the stream settings and the designated space to paste your stream key, as illustrated below.
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Note: For instructions on how to use and setup OBS, please use this guide: How to use OBS


Here, you will be able to simulcast a.k.a re-stream to another platform at the same time as Noice.
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RTMP Endpoint
Here is where you will put the RTMP URL for the platform you would like to simulcast to.

You can put the stream key from the platform you would like yo simulcast to.


This section will provide tools to help moderation your channel.
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Settings & Roles
This page gives you opens to accept ban appeals and add moderators to your channel.

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Banned Users: You will be allowed to see the users you have banned on your channel here.

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Subscriptions Management:
Within the Subscriptions section, you'll discover the option to effortlessly enable or disable channel subscriptions. Directly below, you'll find a clear display of the total number of subscribers to your channel.

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Subscriber Perks:
Explore the world of subscriber perks with just a click. Easily manage your custom channel emojis by clicking on the emoji section. Additionally, right below, you can view and keep track of your subscription badges.


Upon entering the emoji section, seize the chance to upload new emojis. Simply click the "New Emoji" button located at the top right corner of your screen, as illustrated below:arrow 459.png

Following that, you'll be directed to a screen where you can upload the emoji from your computer by clicking the "Upload Image" button. Provide it with a suitable name, and then click "Create Emoji".
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Once you've successfully followed these steps, you can now find the emojis you uploaded listed in the main subscriptions tab.

Note: There is no restriction on the number of creator cards that can be generated.

Creator Cards:
Within the Subscriptions tab, explore the dedicated Creator Card section. For detailed guidance on its creation, refer to our comprehensive guide: Creator Cards
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Note: We are constantly improving Noice Studio and adding new features