Include a Video Editor
Sometimes we need to edit our videos before publishing it such as cut or add some scenes. But right now our only option is to upload after edited. An editor such as the one that YouTube uses will be great. We will be able to add background music, CC, subtitles, transition and things like that. And also community contribution of CC and subtitles too.
We are slowly improving the Highlighter.
Do you need a stream highlight video editor? i have examples and stuff
Elliot Tower commented
I would like it if the highlighting/clipping features were improved or implimented into this somehow.
As is, it's possible to highlight a specific duration of a video but the only way to highlight multiple specific parts of a VOD is by either making multiple highlights (and then downloading them and combining them in your own editing software or youtube's) or making twitch clips (which have a maximum duration of 40 seconds afaik).
Would be nice to just be able to scrub through it like when making the twitch clips but be able to make each segment longer and then combine them in the end instead of having a bunch of separate but related clips.
Andy Bailey commented
agreed, just being able to snip the start and end bits of a video would help a lot
Agreed. I'm all-for having some kind of basic video editor. One of the major advantages of uploading to YouTube if you're a vlogger or gamer without access to video editing software, is that YouTube provides a free online video editor to all creators. If Twitch came out with a similar alternative, targeted at and customized for Twitch users, it could help bridge the gap between Twitch and YouTube, possibly making smaller YouTubers more likely to move over to Twitch.
Fabiano Bandeira (Amanrj) commented
Twitch is there any update on this feedback?
Yep, even the basic editing would be of great use :)
Ray Kurilla commented
I agree. It would be easier so I could upload to both youtube and here without having to do 2 different files. My youtube videos have a end card designed for youtube so if twitch had an editor I could cut that portion out without having to re render the whole video.