Twitch clips are a perfect format for TikTok. And TikTok is the perfect platform to share your clips.
And unless you've been hiding under a rock for the last little while, well you probably know by now that Combo is the best way to turn your Twitch clips into TikToks!
So in this post we'll take a look at how to upload a Twitch clip to TikTok.
Sign up for Combo
First thing's first – get started with Combo by signing up with your Twitch account. When you do that, we'll automatically import all of your Twitch clips into your Library in Combo.
That way you don't have to log in to Twitch, find the clip you want, download it, upload it...etc. That takes too much time. We streamline it for you!
Pick a clip
Once you're signed up for Combo, you'll be able to see all of your clips that are automatically imported.
Here, you can pick the clip you want to upload to TikTok, and we give you three different ways to do that; imported clips, import with a specific clip url, or upload a local file.
When you do that, we'll take you to the next step of picking a template for your video.
Pick a template
There's nothing worse than uploading a widescreen clip to TikTok. You know the one's we're talking about – the ones with big black bars on the top and bottom of the video? Yeah, it completely ruins the viewing experience for people scrolling through their feed.
So, with Combo you can apply a template to your video that optimizes your horizontal video into one that's a vertical video for TikTok. It's perfect. You can get your facecam in it too!
Preview and export
Once you've picked a template you like, you can preview it and export it. You can also trim the clip if it has a few pieces at the start or end that you don't want to include.
When you're ready, just press the big pink Export button in the top right of Combo.
Upload to TikTok
When your clip is done processing, Combo will send you an email with the .mp4 file attached. You can download it on your computer and upload it to TikTok right from your desktop, or, you can download it on your phone and upload it to TikTok from your camera roll.