How To Use Sub Badge Resizer
Step 1 – Drag or upload your image/original image into the box above
Step 2 – Either download each individual image by clicking on them or download all image sizes in a zip folder by clicking the download button
Twitch Sub Badge Sizes
When submitting Sub Badges to Twitch they require you to submit your Sub Badges in 3 different sizes. This is to accommodate different platforms and screens such as mobile, retina and other large devices.
The three sizes required are:
- 18 x 18px
- 36 x 36px
- 72 x 72px
The max file size of a Sub Badge is 25kb. Our software will attempt to compress the file size of your emote without losing any quality.
Twitch Sub Badge Guidelines
When it comes to submitting Sub Badges to Twitch there are some guidelines that you will want to follow to ensure that your Sub Badges get approved on Twitch. You can view Twitch’s guideline page here however it is a fairly dry read. We have outlined the main points you need to think about down below.
- Sub Badges must be submitted in three different sizes: 16 x 16px, 32 x 32px, 72 x 72px. You can use our emote resizer tool above to create Sub Badges in this format or use twitch’s Auto-resize feature.
- Sub Badges must be less than 25kb in size
- Sub Badges must not be animated
- They must be in a 1:1 Ratio
- Sub Badges must not contain copyrighted images, name or logos
- Sub Badges must not contain nudity, sexually suggestive content as well as drugs and drug paraphernalia
- You must not include explicit words in your sub badges
How To Upload Sub Badges To Twitch
To upload Sub Badges to Twitch you must have affiliate status.
- Go to your Creator Dashboard –> Preferences –> Affiliate
- Scroll down to the Subscription settings and click loyalty badges
- Here you have the option to select which badge you would like to modify
- Once you have selected the badge you would like to modify you need to upload three identical images in different sizes. You can use the Subscriber badge tool above to create these three different sizes.
What Makes A Good Twitch Sub Badge
To incentivise viewers to stay subscribed to your channel for longer you want them to feel rewarded for being a subscriber. A great way to do this is to have some sort of “level system” for your sub badges.
This could be something as simple as different colored medals for each month someone is a subscriber.
You can actually purchase packs on Own3d.tv with different design ideas you can use. They have everything from medals to swords to even burgers.
Where Can I Get Twitch Sub Badges Created?
If you’re looking for a customized sub badge then fiverr is one of the most affordable places to find a high quality designer. On Fiverr you can ask a designer to create whatever you want. If you want to have different tiers of flaming swords as your sub rbadges you can. You don’t have to rely on preset packs.
If you’re happy to grab a preset pack of Sub badges then Own3d.tv is one of the best places to grab some awesome sub badges. They have hundreds of packs including:
- & Much More
If you want to check out their full collection click the button below.