In this article we will teach you how to create a highlight clip with Eklipse. The process is fairly simple so just follow along.
Requirements to create a highlight clip
These are the requirements to create a highlight clip:
- An account on Twitch/Facebook
- A valid email address
- Free sign up with Eklipse
If you are a streamer, it is most likely for you to have a Twitch account or a Facebook account/page where you stream your games. You could also get a highlight by directly pasting your YouTube stream URL. All you need to do is to sign up with Eklipse.
Once you paste the URL in the “Paste your link here” option on the homepage it will redirect you to the registration page. You could also click the “Sign Up for free” option in the top-right corner of the homepage to open the registration page.
Pick a username, an email and a password. Add these credentials in the blank fields or sign up using your Twitch or Facebook account instead.
Create a highlight clip
Once you sign up you will get to the Eklipse homepage:
If you look at the left panel, you will see a drop down menu under the “Video Library” option. Here you will see multiple options like Streams, Highlight Clips, Convert to Tiktok/Reels.
To create your first highlight you need to click on the Streams option.
It will open the your stream library. You can choose to see All Streams or Processed, In Progress and Unclipped streams. To make a highlight choose and unclipped stream and allow it to process.
The AI will automatically verify the game you just streamed by processing your broadcast. Next it will analyze, cut and make clips of your best moments. Once your clips are ready you will get a notification that your highlight clips are ready. You can check your notifications by pressing the bell icon in the top-right corner.
Yes, it is this simple. Your first highlight clips are ready. All you have to do is sit and wait and our AI does all the work for you. You can now edit these clips and share them across any social media platform with you followers and friends.
Note: Eklipse does not process a low quality stream or a stream less than 30 minutes.
Recommended video settings to create a highlight
- Full HD with Standard Resolution set the Bitrate between 3,500 – 5000 kbps
- Full HD with High Resolution, set the Bitrate between 4,500 – 6000 kbps
A higher bitrate will produce higher image quality in the output, making your videos come out sharper and more detailed. To achieve the best results, you need to set your bitrate according to your hardware’s capability. We suggest choosing the 4000-8000kbps setting for maximum performance.
Find your clips
Find all your newly created highlight clips under the Highlights option in the Video Library menu.
You can also pick different filters when you view your highlights depending on the game you chose for creating highlights. Eklipse customizes the filters depending on the game. It supports the following games and more:
- Call of Duty
- Apex Legends
- League of Legends
Convert your clip to Tiktok
You can use Eklipse to convert your highlights to tiktok videos. Try our cool templates designed specially for gamers/ streamers. Add copyright free music to make your clip sound awesome. You can also add stickers and cute emotes to your clips. Our trimming feature allows you to set your clip duration according to your choice.
All in all Eklipse not only allows you to make the best highlights but also convert them, edit them and share them easily wherever you want ! Try Eklipse now.
This is how you create a highlight using Eklipse. Our AI offers a lot more than a regular video editor which can take many hours to create or edit a single highlight. Keep in mind that you need to do most of it manually.
On the other hand Eklipse create highlights for you while you just sit back and wait for it to get the job done. It is the best clipping software out there. We encourage you to try Eklipse and create your first gaming highlights now! Happy streaming!
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