Clip Features (Cancel / Save for Later)
If I make a clip there is only one button to publish the clip.
1. Abort button (I miss-click sometimes and need to delete an unwanted clip manually)
2. Save for later (If someone don't want to publish the clip yet or make it private)
Admin audit: added "(Cancel / Save for Later)" to title for ease of idea discoverability
I make an accidental clip at least once every day. I always go into my Video Producer > Clips and delete it, cause I feel bad to clog up their channel! But it's getting old.
The clip button is simply too easy to misclick, but I don't think moving it anywhere is necessary. Just give me a cancel.
It doesn't even need to be a "Cancel" option. just make the clip name field a required input...no clip is made if no unique title is provided. OR, just no clip is made if "publish" isn't clicked.
I agree, this is not beneficial for the streamer or person clipping, and only falsifies clip creation numbers. please fix this
I know this is a very old idea, but we still face the issue of junk clips cluttering our dashboard and of course the clip section on a creators page. Viewers wanting to get a feel for our streams shouldn't have to wade through 50 nothing clips, accidental button pushes and title-less videos to find something that will encourage them to watch, and we as creators often do not have time to go through and manually clean them out. Please give us this simple improvement to make our clips an actual part of our engagement and promotion strategy, instead of another nuisance we have to deal with.
Will this ever be adressed?
Ever click the Clip button by accident because you intended to click the Settings button before the stream loaded? Ever wish you could Delete that clip without going all the way to your Dashboard?
How about a Delete button on the https://clips.twitch.tv/create page to abandon the clip right then and there? Asking for a friend :-)
It often happens that people make accidentally clips from your chanal. So it would be nice that the Clip will be createt if you confirm that after the trimming process.
Just went through my channel to delete 70+ clips myself that all had the stream name as the title, all accidental clips that weren't meant to be published and it falls to the streamer to clean it all up. Clips shouldn't auto-publish this feature needs to go
Wait, clips publish automatically!? That sounds like a bad joke! Especially with all the times I've opened a clip to figure out what just happened and have no intention of publishing...
I've constantly been using clips as an easy "replay" function for a years if I missed something on a stream. I feel bad now that I've just been causing clutter and leaving my name in the clips area multiple times a stream. It's one of the most baffling UX decisions I've seen in a long time.
Looking at the clips UI the few clips I titles and wanted to save are just hidden inbetween hundreds of crap I don't want.
This should absolutely be a feature. In addition to accidentally clicking the clip button or activating the keyboard shortcut, many users leverage the clip functionality to review something that they missed seconds ago on a live stream, and Twitch does not make it clear in any way that this publishes a clip with the default title even if they do not edit or title the clip and hit the Publish button. This then becomes a big problem for streamers who have to sift through a pile of junk clips when doing things like compiling highlights or weeding out problem viewers. Some of the following could go a long way to making this much, much less of an issue:
* An "abort" or "discard" button on the clip creation screen
* A highlighted message on the clip creation screen that make it clear a clip is already published even if they close the screen without edits
* Better exposure / navigation to the list of clips the user has created themselves. Presently, it's buried under the content section of the dashboard, which is not an area that the average non-streaming viewer has much reason to ever discover.
* Functionality on a live stream itself, similar to Tivo et al, to let a viewer rewind 30 seconds or so, which would let folks review something that just happened on stream without using the clip functionality at all. (This would ideally be in conjunction with a "return to live" button to catch them back up without ever leaving the main stream.)
Agreed. As a result of this bug/UX failure it's possible to accidentally and without realising:
* Create clips when using the mouse to return to the stream if you click on the clip button location
* Create clips if you happen to hit Alt+X
* Create clips when you meant to hit theatre mode
* Create clips when you meant to hit settings
All of these would just be annoying, but this also means that someone can create a clip of a moment they really wouldn't want shared and not even realise that it's saved.
This is worsened as the tab explicitly states that you have to "Title this clip to publish", and the user has neither titled nor hit publish.
It's a huge interface fail that it says you have to title it to publish it and click a button, but actually it publishes NO MATTER WHAT. I feel bad how many junk clips I must have spammed channels with.
I keep accidently clicking the clip button too. I've created at least 3 clips by accident. I keep closing the tab, but that doesn't cancel it. We need a cancel button in the clip interface.
I disagree on one point. There is no need for an abort or dismiss button, the only thing we need, is the tool to work as it's UI suggests.
If I press ALT+X or click the button by accident or on purpose - maybe to review a scene later and only maybe decide it's clip material, I don't want clips posted using my username, when I did not explicitly agreed to it being published, hence the "publish" button.
Just imagine the time frame of those clips could not just include something worth clipping but also something that would be awkward to be shared as clip.
By automatically posting clips without the user confirming you'll publish in our name, things we never intended to clip and might not give us the chance to delete them before they've been seen.
Therefore, either publish them after us pressing the "publish" button only and dismiss them if the window/tab closes, or save but don't publish them in our clip directory for X days and allow us to edit and publish them during those time frame before they would get deleted.
As it is now it's neither user friendly for streamers, having cluttered clip sections nor viewers, that get things unwillingly published in their name (not even sure if that's actually legal), as well as the same problem streamer face.
I hope it will be changed ASAP!
PS: there are various reports in this forum about the issue where vote function has simply been deactivated.
When I tried to make a clip, the process was canceled. A sentence appeared below the video box writing "Uh-oh. Check for inappropriate language and try again!"
The title of my video was going to be "My First Triple Kill On Warface," I'm assuming I can't put the word "Kill" in the title of my clip, but that was what my clip was about. The shooter genre is probably the most popular genre right now, I've already selected the setting that says my content isn't made for kids and I don't thing I've ever had this issue with making highlights, so why should this apply to clips?
+1 on this idea.
Another use case is a more "clippable" moment happening right after clicking the clip button and you prefer to capture the newer segment over the old one. Abort could be used here.
When accidentally clicking on Clip or hitting Alt-X, a clip is created immediately even when just closing the tab without clicking "save". We only can modify start and end time.
There should be an option to cancel the clip creation.