If you're looking to download a Twitch clip, you've come to the right place.
Twitch makes it easy for you to download clips from your own channel, but, if you're an editor you're looking to download a clip from someone else's channel, you'll need to use a third-party tool.
In this post, we'll take a look at how to download a twitch clip.
1. Download Twitch clips with COMBO
If you're downloading Twitch clips because you want to convert them to TikToks, Shorts, or Reels, we've got you covered. Sign up for COMBO using your Twitch account, and we'll automatically import clips from your channel and make it easy for you to edit and download them in a few clicks.
2. Download clips from your Twitch creator dashboard
You can download clips directly from your creator dashboard too. Just log in to your Twitch account, head to your creator dashboard, and visit the clips section. On the clip that you want to download, click the share button. Then you'll see an icon to directly download the clip.
3. Use a third party tool
If the two above options don't work for you, there are plenty of other options available. From Chrome extensions to apps you have to download on your computer, to websites and more. Our favorite is Clipr which is really simple to use.