The reality is that game clips are some of the funniest, most engaged kind of content on TikTok.
Sometimes it could be a funny Roblox video, or a Minecraft video. Maybe it's a game clip of your Warzone match, or you clutched up in Valorant.
In this post, we'll cover how you can upload game clips to TikTok.
If you're streaming on Twitch, this is easy. Just go to your clips on Twitch and find the one you want to upload to TikTok.
If you are using something like Athenascope, Medal, or any other software that saves clips to your computer locally – search through your library to find the game clip you want to upload to TikTok.
Once you've found the game clip you want to upload to TikTok, sign up for Combo to optimize it for TikTok. With Combo, it takes a few clicks to convert your game clips for TikTok.
You can either upload your file from your computer locally, or, it can be imported automatically from Twitch.
Pick a template, highlight your facecam (if you use one) and hit export. In a few minutes, your video will be rendered and will be ready for you to upload to TikTok.
When you're finished with the edits you want to make to your game clip, you can upload it to TikTok.
The easiest way to do this is using TikTok for Web. Just head to TikTok on your computer, log in to your account, and upload your video.
The one downside to this is you can't add any music or subtitles to your video. So if you want to do that, you'll need to send the video to your phone.