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We recommend that you make your emotes 28×28 pixels to match regular Twitch emote dimensions. However, if you need to make your emotes bigger, here are the requirements:
You may not bypass the size requirements by dividing your image and submitting it as multiple emotes.
If you believe you have a valid reason to make a larger emote, such as creating a modified version of FrankerZ, please contact us directly rather than trying to upload the emote through the website.
Emotes may have additional, high resolution images for display on high-DPI displays and mobile devices. Currently, browser support is a bit lacking. Additionally, most computer monitors are not high-DPI.
The first image in the following table is an example of an emote with high-DPI support:
Zooming in may help you see the difference, if it is not readily apparent. Alternatively, your browser may not support the necessary feature to display a high-DPI emote at this time.
You may provide high-DPI images for twice the resolution and four times the resolution. Alternatively, provide a large image and have it automatically scaled down!
That's great! It will take between 0 and 2 days, on average, for new emotes to be approved.
When you're ready to submit your emotes…