Streamers, have you ever wished there was an easier way to import your streams from Google Drive into Eklipse? Well, now there is! Eklipse recently added a new feature that allows you to import streams directly from Google Drive, making it easier than ever to get your content onto Eklipse and start sharing it with the world.
In this article, we’ll show you how to import streams from Google Drive into Eklipse step-by-step. We’ll also cover some of the benefits of using Eklipse and why you should consider importing your streams there.
Step 1: Sign up to Eklipse
Of course you have to sign up for an account on Eklipse first to start clipping your game streams. Worry not, since it’s free!
- Navigate to eklipse.gg and sign up for an account.
- After that, login with your credentials through https://app.eklipse.gg/home.
Step 2: Import your Video
You’ll get to the Eklipse dashboard. Now it’s time to directly upload your VoD. A little tip, make sure you already make the folder public.
3. Click “Stream/Video”
4. Click “Get my own Stream Clips”
5. Click “Upload Manually”
6. Click “Google Drive”
7. Input Google Drive Link file
8. Select game
9. Input your stream Title
10. Click “Import VOD”
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Step 3: Subscribe for Eklipse Premium
For this feature, you have to subscribe for a premium account. Find out how to get Eklipse Premium in the article below:
So, what are you waiting for? Sign up for Eklipse now!
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