If you’re just starting out on Twitch, you might be wondering how to save your streams after you’re done. You may want to save a stream for a number of reasons, such as sharing it with people who can attend the livestream or editing the best parts to post on YouTube. No matter what your reason is, it’s super easy to do. Here’s How to save a stream on Twitch.
Twitch on How To Save a Stream
The first thing you need to know is that Twitch doesn’t automatically save your broadcasts by default. Start saving VODs, or Videos on Demand.
You can turn on VODs by navigating to your Creator Dashboard, clicking Settings, and then clicking Stream. Once you’re on the Stream Settings page, you should see a section for VOD Settings that looks similar.
Make sure you have “Store Past Broadcasts” toggled on. 14 days for your future broadcasts. If you are a Twitch Partner, subscribe to Twitch Turbo, or are a Twitch Prime user, your broadcasts will be stored for 60 days instead.
You also have the option to keep your VODs private or make them the next option on the public. If you want them to be published and viewable to the public, make sure the second option is toggled on. If it is off, only you will be able to see them.
After 14 (or 60) days, your VODs will be deleted. If you want them longer than that, you have two options.
The first is to download the VOD. To do this, navigate to your Creator Dashboard, click on “Content,” then click “Video Producer.” On this page, you’ll see all the streams you have stored as VODs.
Pick the one you want to save, click the three dots on the right, and then click “Download.” This will download an mp4 of the entire stream to your computer.
The second way to save a stream for an indefinite amount of time is to save it as a highlight instead of downloading it with this method, which will save you the VOD right until you delete it. You have the option to save the entire stream or just a certain section of it.
That’s about all you need to know How to save a stream on Twitch. More helpful video game-related guides for Twinfinite with Be sure to check.