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How to Download Twitch Clips

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Twitch clips are short snippets of your stream's content. Your viewers can take 30-60 section of your stream and share it on their social media. You can also use the clips to showcase your content.

Free Twitch Clips Downloader 

The easiest way to download a clip is to use the Twitch clip downloader Clipr. Do the following:

Step 1: Copy the clip link (see above for details on how) and paste it into the provided space.

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Step 2: Press the “Get Download Link” button. The page will refresh and show you a “Click to Download” button. After clicking it, the clip will download to your computer (most likely to your Downloads file). 

You can also use Clip Ninja to download your clips. It works in a very similar method to Clipr.

How to Encourage Your Viewers to Share Clips

Viewers can also help out their favorite streamers by sharing high-quality clips with their friends and family. Your viewers will likely have friends who enjoy the same sort of content they do. Sharing clips is an excellent way for them to entice others to join them. 

Eljayem creates clip-worthy content. 

How Best to Use Twitch Clips

Clips are a great way to promote your stream on Facebook, Discord, or Twitter. They give an actual representation of your content and your setup. High-quality clips can also potentially go viral, which will expand your audience quickly. Just be sure to deliver on any promises you make in your promotions. Always strive to produce high-quality Twitch content

In addition to promotion, you can also download clips to use in future YouTube compilations. Short snippets of highly entertaining game-play can make for an exciting video that many should love. You can also use clips as intros or outros to your videos to entice viewers to visit your stream.

Take note of which of your clips get the most views. Seeing what goes over well with them will give you an insight into what your viewers like to see. You can incorporate similar moments into your upcoming streams. Don’t try to “recreate” the moment or overdo it, as that can become old. Instead, use the information to learn what excites your viewers.

About the Author


Zac is a part-time tech blogger. He’s an avid gamer with a taste for old-school RPG’s and Indie Sandbox games. He excels at theory crafting and finding new ways to enjoy a well-loved game.

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