For Twitch streamers, you may already know the hassle of converting memorable clips from live streams into the correct format for sharing on other social media platforms. If so, I may have the right app for you. Crossclip is a new app that allows streamers and anyone to easily convert Twitch clips to videos for other social media platforms such as TikTok, Instagram and YouTube Shorts.
Crossclip – Twitch Clip Editor
Developed by Streamlabs, Crossclip aims to make it easy for streamers to share content on other short video platforms. It includes some smart features for editing Twitch clips and creating videos that can be viewed on Instagram, TikTok and YouTube Shorts. For example, you can use Crossclip to create a vertical video of TikTok. In this video, the viewer can see the streamer and gameplay without any visible cutouts.
Users can start by providing a link to a Twitch clip or uploading a video (up to 50MB) from their PC on Crosssclip’s official website.Then they can Click the “Get Clip” button Go to the edit page.
The edit page has a lot of tools for editing Twitch clips. Users can select the platform to share, manipulate the length of the clip, select the required clip area in the video, and make further such edits.
In addition, the app Provides some preset layouts For output video such as portrait split view, portrait crop view, full blur view. The user can choose from these three options and click the Apply Preset button to apply the output layout.
After editing is complete, the user can click the compile button to get the output video from the Twitch clip. In addition, if your smartphone has an iOS app, you can access videos created with the app’s web client. From there, you can easily share your videos on your favorite platform.
Availability and pro-subscription
Now, Crossclip is essentially a free app, but it comes with a subscription model. Therefore, if users want to get more editing options or remove Crosssclip watermarks and endings from their videos, they can upgrade to the Pro plan for $ 4.99 / month or $ 49.99 / year.
With a Pro subscription, Streamlabs offers additional editing options such as the ability to add layers and output video at 1080p @ 60FPS. The free version is limited to outputting 720p video at 30 FPS.
So, as you can imagine, Crossclip makes the streamer work much easier. With this app, streamers and content creators can increase their audience by sharing memorable clips from streams on a short video platform. In this way, you can direct your audience to the Twitch handle from platforms such as Instagram and YouTube. In addition, viewers can create and share their favorite streamer clips on social platforms more easily than ever before.
You can try Crossclip on the official website and download it to your iPhone from the App Store.