You might be wondering – what's better, Combo or Crossclip. And that's a great questions. We obviously think Combo is pretty great, but here's an honest answer:
Both platforms make it easy for you to turn your Twitch clips into TikToks. Both give you templates, and both give you freedom to place content wherever you'd like on your canvas.
But while Crossclip is a tool built by Streamlabs, Combo is a powerful studio platform that replaces traditional expensive, slow, and confusing editing software.
The best choice comes down to what’s most important for you.
If you’re looking for a video editor that makes it simple to edit your Twitch clips in a few clicks, has a full-time team, and is affordable whether you’re just starting out or growing fast, then we built Combo just for you.
Another thing to consider is what kind of content you expect to create. If you’re just starting out, both Combo’s Pro plan and Crossclip’s paid plan give you a additional features. However, Crosscut is limited in its functionality in terms of placement and manipulation of your content. It's template driven, where Combo gives you a full drag and drop editing experience built from the ground up with speed and simplicity in mind.
It's ultimately up to you to determine what you use, but we think Combo is great for all kinds of creators. We're constantly making improvements to our product, and are excited to support thousands of creators worldwide.
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