But it's kinda tricky doing that, and we've had some commenters asking how we do it. So here's how it's done, step-by-step.
- Visit the URL of thw Twitch Clip you want to save. In this example, we're using https://www.twitch.tv/clawshi/clip/BreakableFuriousBatRedCoat
- Make sure your web browser has Developer Tools turned on (we're using Safari here, but Chrome works too), then right-click the video and click
In the HTML source code, look for the
<video>tag inside the
<div class="player-video">. It'll have a
srcthat points to somewhere that looks like this:
.mp4at the end. That's the link to your video file on Twitch's server!
Right-click that link, and click
Open in New Tab... and boom, it should automatically download. If not, the clip should open in a new window, and you'll be able to right-click it and select
Save As...to download.
Now that it's on your computer, feel free to use it however you want. Edit it, post it on your social sites, etc. We like to use AirDrop to put it on our phones, then post it on Instagram.
Give us a shout if this works for you! We'd love to follow you on Instagram, just send us a DM over at @FortniteVictoryCamp