Clipping on Twitch is a great way to highlight moments from your stream. Maybe you want to capture a funny glitch in game, a triple kill, or a funny moment from chatting with your community – clips make it easy for you to cut one of those moments from your stream into a memorable video.
If you have two monitors, and one of them is open to your Stream Manager while you'll live, you can manually clip a moment from your stream by clicking the Clip That! button in your stream manager. This is one of the fastest and easiest ways to clip your own stream, but can sometimes be hard to do if you're in the middle of a really active game.
If you're watching one of your past streams, you can also clip certain moments from the stream by hovering over the video and clicking the Clip button on the player in the bottom right.
After clicking the clip icon, a new clip creation page will be opened in a new tab for you. On this page you can select the video segment you wish to include in the final published clip using the slider below the video.