If you are a Twitch streamer, you know how difficult discoverability can be. The good news is that if you have been live streaming for a while, you probably have quite a few clips from your streams that are just sitting on your computer. If you put in the effort to record those clips, all they need is a little editing! Editing these videos can make them more exciting, and they allow you to post them on additional platforms like YouTube!
In this article, we'll talk about how the various way you can edit your Twitch clips for use on other platforms like YouTube. Streamlabs has several tools like HIghlighter and Cross Clip that can streamline the process. Today, we'll give a brief over of both and how to use them to create even more content for your audience.
Why Should You Post Clips to Other Platforms?
You may think that your Twitch videos are only good there, but you can actually download them and post them elsewhere! Posting your favorite clips on YouTube or Facebook can be beneficial for your content.
First of all, it helps expand the reach of your videos to audiences who aren't currently on Twitch. If you don't have a large following on one platform, crossposting to multiple may help give your content more views.
Secondly, it creates an opportunity for you to expand the variety of content you put out. A different video format may encourage more engagement and show others what content they can expect from you and your channel.
Finally, it may let you monetize your videos more easily! When you stream on Twitch, you can monetize via subscribers, bits, and tips; but you can also monetize via ads on your videos with enough views.
How to Edit Clips with Streamlabs Desktop Highlighter
Do you want to edit your live stream highlights with just a few clicks? Highlighter is the perfect tool for creating and editing highlight videos from your live streams. With just a few clicks, you can create awesome highlight videos that are ready to be shared on YouTube immediately after your stream is over! You don't even need to leave Streamlabs Desktop to edit or upload your videos.
We know how much time it takes to make an awesome highlight video, but we also know how important they are for content creators who want their viewers to get excited about their next stream. That's why we created Highlighter — it makes creating and sharing awesome highlight videos quick and painless so that you can focus on what matters most — streaming! And did we mention it's free?
Visit our blog to learn more about setting up Highlighter in Streamlabs Desktop.
How to Edit Twitch Clips with Cross Clip
Cross Clip is the easiest way to edit your clips for social media. We've created a tool that allows you to easily convert any Twitch clip into something shareable on Instagram, TikTok, or YouTube. You can make an awesome video with all of your favorite moments in seconds with just one click! If you want more control over the final product's appearance, our editor mode allows you to change every aspect of the video. Drag camera frames around to capture specific sections of the video, then rearrange them as you see fit!
Get started today by visiting https://streamlabs.com/cross-clip/, or head to our blog to learn more about editing your videos with Cross Clip.
Editing your Twitch videos for other platforms like YouTube doesn't need to be a daunting task. Tools like Highlighter and Cross Clip can help you make professional-quality videos in minutes. Moreover, posting videos to other platforms can help others discover your content, so keep creating content and sharing your passion with all of us!
If you have any questions or comments, please let us know. Remember to follow us on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube.
Founded on the belief that we want to help creators make a living do what they love, Streamlabs provides a robust suite of features to help creators better engage with their fans, grow audiences, and improve monetization. Building on this mission, Streamlabs is expanding its product with 1) Melon, our browser-based streaming studio, 2) Willow, an all-in-one bio link tool, 3) Oslo, a video review and collaboration tool. And 4) Cross Clip, the easiest way to convert Twitch clips to videos for TikTok, Instagram Reels, and YouTube Shorts.