So you want to upload some of your Fortnite clips to TikTok? Maybe you clutched up, or maybe a funny glitch happened.
In this post we'll go over how you can upload your Fortnite clips to TikTok in a few easy steps.
First, in order to do this properly – you'll want to be streaming (or at least have some clips recorded to your computer that you want to upload) and have a few clips in mind that you want to use.
If you're streaming on Twitch, you can create Fortnite clips while you're live by pressing the clip button. It's really easy to do.
If you haven't already, you'll want to sign up for Combo. Why? Because you want your Fortnite clips to be optimized for TikTok – you don't want to just upload a boring old widescreen video with big black bars on the top and bottom of your clip!
When you sign up for Combo, we'll automatically import any clips you've made from your Twitch account. You can also import a clip using a link, or, if you do have clips on your computer that you want to upload to TikTok – you can do that too, all with Combo.
Instead of spending hours trying to edit your Fortnite clips using old, slow, clunky video editing software – you can edit your clip in a few clicks using one of Combo's template.
For Fortnite, one of the best default templates to use is the Blank template or the Landscape template.
When you're happy with the way your clip looks, just hit export. In a minute or two, we'll send you an e-mail with your Fortnite clip ready for download. Or, you can just head over to your Inbox in Combo and download it from there.
You can even upload to TikTok from your computer now. Seriously.
If you are using your phone, you can download it to your camera roll and upload it to your TikTok account in a few clicks.
We told you it was easy.