Finding Twitch editors to help turn your stream content into bite-size, engaging content that can be shared on different platforms like YouTube, Twitter, and Instagram can be a daunting process.
But don't worry - in this post, we'll cover some of the best places to find Twitch editors.
Do it yourself with Combo
You probably expected this (because this is our blog!) but if you haven't tried Combo already, you should! We built Combo from the ground up for people who don't have much (or any) editing experience. So trying to edit your Twitch content with Combo is a good place to start.
Find an editor on Fiverr
Fiverr is a great place to find and hire a Twitch editor. You can look at the kind of content someone has made before, see their rates, and hire them directly through Fiverr. It's important to check the editor's reviews before hiring them, and make sure their pricing works for you.
Use Upwork to find a Twitch editor
Similar to Fiverr, Upwork is a great place to find an editor. What's different though is rather than searching for editors, you create a job posting that outlines exactly what you're looking for and then editors will bid on the job. Upwork is great if you're looking for a long-term editing partner, and not just someone to do a few edits for you.
Ask around on Discord
There are thousands of different Discord servers that are communities of streamers like you. There's a good chance that if you ask in the right community where to find an editor – someone will be willing to help.