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Save Twitch Clips – Everything You Need to Know

Save Twitch Clips is a new feature that lets viewers grab clips from live streams and VODs to watch offline. The process is relatively easy and only takes a few steps to create and download the video clips. However, some streamers are confused about how to use the feature or even where to find the clips they saved. We’ve put together this guide to Save Twitch Clips and explain everything you need to know about the feature.

Saved clips are automatically uploaded to a streamer’s highlight reel in their Creator Dashboard. The clips are also saved to the Highlights tab in a channel’s video archive. Highlights and the video archive are accessible to anyone that visits the channel page.

Streamers can manually edit, save, and upload their highlights to social media. The challenge is that each platform requires a different size of video clip, which can be time-consuming to edit and post to multiple platforms. With Cross Clip, streamers can now automatically convert their saved Twitch clips for TikTok, Instagram Reels, and YouTube Shorts in a matter of two to three minutes. This helps them to save time and effort in editing videos for different platforms, while ensuring they have the best quality possible.

It is important to note that even though streamers can save and share their highlight clips via a third-party tool, they still retain copyright on the content that they upload. This is because a clip that contains copyrighted content from another source could result in a DMCA strike and potential channel suspension. This is why it’s important to always check a clip for copyrighted material before using it on any other platform.

To use the feature, simply tap the screen while watching a video or live on Twitch to bring up the options. Then, click the Clapperboard icon to create a clip from the video. Once you’ve created a clip, select ‘Add a Title’ to add the video clip to your highlights. The clip will then be available to download in MP4 format, which can be viewed on desktops and mobile devices.

If you’ve used the feature, you can access all of your saved clips by going to your highlight reel in the Creator Dashboard. This can be found in the ‘Content’ section, or by clicking the profile icon and selecting ‘Clips’ from the dropdown menu.

A highlight is a video clip that contains snippets of footage from the current or past broadcast of a streamer. Highlights are a way for streamers to keep their best moments from their live streams and VODs for future reference. Creating a highlight on a Twitch channel is very simple and only takes a few seconds. You can then view and save your highlights to keep forever. However, it is important to remember that any highlights made on a live stream may be deleted if the clip contains copyrighted content. The good news is that the majority of clips will be saved in your highlights forever, but this is not always the case.

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