How to save VODs from Twitch

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For non-Partners, your Past Broadcasts will be saved for 14 days. For Amazon Prime members and Partners, they will be saved for 60. In order to keep these VODs, you will have to make sure that previous Broadcasts have been saved. To keep them permanently, you will have to Bookmark them.

Save previous broadcasts

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In yours Creator Dashboard you can click Setting and choose Current to Archive of past broadcasts. This will make VOD always available in Past broadcasts when people visit your Twitch channel. The Always publish VOD settings will determine whether past Broadcasts will show after a stream or will need to be manually approved before going public. Previous broadcasts will need made Featured to be saved forever.

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How to make a stream a highlight

inside Dashboard for creators, you will need to go to Content and choose Video producer to see all past broadcasts and highlights. Option Highlights will take you to the editor where you can shorten the previous stream before publishing the VOD forever. Featured content is stored in Video while watching your channel, below Past broadcasts in a section named Featured videos and recent uploads, or select the Filter option while in the Video tab and select Highlights. For a more organized system for categorizing things, Collection can be performed.

How to create a collection

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Only Highlights are permanently saved and any VOD stored in the Collection will still expire after 14 days for Affiliates and other broadcasters or 60 days for Amazon Partners or Prime Members. To save a VOD or Bookmark to Collection, navigate to Creator Dashboard, Content, And after that Video producer. The three dots next to the selected VOD will open options for the VOD. The click Add will open options to Add new collection or add VOD to a previously created Collection. This allows viewers to navigate to specific VOD playlists that can be categorized by specific plays, month, or how you want to separate them.

For more Twitch tutorials, check out How to organize another streamer’s channel on Twitch on the Professional Game Guide. How to save VODs from Twitch

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