VTube Studio is an app for Virtual YouTubers that makes it easy and fun to bring your own Live2D models to life.


Thanks to webcam and iPhone face tracking, VTube Studio provides accurate control over your Live2D model, including eye-tracking and winking (might have to practice that one a bit though)

VTube Studio now also supports hand tracking!


VTube Studio can do everything you'll need and more! Hotkeys to control everything in your scene, microphone-lipsync, animated PNG props tracking your model and MUCH MORE!!


Need help? Wanna share something you made? Request a feature?
People in our Community Discord server are there to help you!


VTube Studio is in active development with many features planned for 2021 and beyond, all available for a non-recurring one-time payment.


Some of the newer features are:

1. Item System

Got a cool pair or sunglasses you want your model to wear? Easy! Just import and attach props directly to your Live2D model (supports PNG or PNG sequence animations).

2. Hand- and Gesture-Tracking

Activate expressions, animations and more using the webcam-based hand tracking.

3. Audio-based Lipsync

Use your speech to control your model’s mouth movements or any other Live2D parameter of your model.

4. Powerful Plugin System

The versatile VTube Studio API allows developers to make and distribute their own plugins.
Want to trigger animations/expressions with Twitch donations and redeems? Or use a game controller to control your model? It’s all possible now.

Available in over 15 languages thanks to community localization!

Download VTube Studio

VTube Studio is available for iOS (iPhone/iPad), Android and Steam (PC/Mac). VTube Studio supports face tracking via webcam (using OpenSeeFace) or by using a connected iPhone/Android device as face tracker.

On iOS, you need a device with FaceID or the Apple A12 (or newer) chip.

On Android, you need a phone that supports Google ARCore.

Get Help

Need help with VTube Studio? Join our active Discord Community and follow VTube Studio on Twitter!

But before asking questions, please check out the FAQ on Discord and make sure your question isn’t already answered in the official documentation.

If you want to know more about new and upcoming features, you can also check out the changelog.