Logitech-owned Streamlabs is introducing a new tool named Crossclip that will help to take your favorite Twitch clips and then turn them into vertical social videos, mostly created for platforms like TikTok, YouTube (shorts), or Instagram Reels. With help of this new tool, streamers can share their gaming highlights to platforms beyond Twitch. Anyone can take advantage of this on the Crossclip website, as it is free and it’s also available on the iOS app store.
Features of Twitch clip editing tool ‘Crossclip’
Recreating a piece of a clip from Twitch that you like to share is simple as keeping in the Clip’s URL and selecting an output format i.e landscape, vertical or square, and then a pre-loaded format. You will be able to crop the clip’s length, an unclear piece of the background, and can select from some of the formats that let you place the frames in different places with Crossclip.
You can also buy a premium subscription version ($4.99/month or $49.99/year) that unlocks exports in 1080/60fps, bigger uploads, will add layers, and may push your edits to the frontline of the processing queue. Once you complete your clip, hit the compile button. Clips will compile at 30fps and 720p while using the free version and at 60fps and 1080p in the paid version.
This new tool also mails you when the clip is ready so that you are able to download it and may share it on social media. If you are using the app then all your videos will be saved in the app and you can directly share them to your social networks. Expect the URL part and some other exclusive features Crossclip is somewhat similar to the online video editing tool InVideo.
The idea behind the launch of Crossclip is to make the streamers work easy, they can create audiences on other social networking sites. “For a content maker, making his content more discoverable is a great advantage”, Streamlabs head of Product Ashray Urs told TechCrunch.