Editing your clips takes a lot of time. We know that. You know that. And that's why we built Automatic Edits for Combo.
In this post, we'll take a look at what Combo's Automatic Edits feature is and how it works.
Automatic Edits are a feature available on Combo's Pro plan – which is $12 per month or $120 (2 months free) per year.
Think of Automatic Edits as your personal editor, that edits your clips in real-time while you're still live on stream.
When you're live, Combo listens for any new clips that are being made and automatically applies one of your templates to the clip for you. At the end of your stream, Combo will deliver all of your clips from that stream to your Inbox – so you don't even have to do any manual work.
There are two different ways Combo knows what template to use on your clips when you have Automatic Edits enabled.
First, when you create a template with Combo you can make it a default template that gets applied to any and all of your clips.
To check what template is enabled as your default template, head over to your Templates page and click on the settings icon.
You can enable any template as your default template by switching the on icon and hitting the save button.
The other way to select a specific template for the game you're streaming, is by adding specific categories (games) on Twitch to that template.
That means that if you are streaming Just Chatting you can have a specific template for that category, as opposed to streaming something like Call of Duty: Warzone.
To do that, just open the same settings in your templates section and pick the game(s) you want to be applied to that specific template.
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