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Entertainment • Aug 06, 2019

How to easily create clips on Mixer

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How to easily create clips on Mixer
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If you're trying to figure out how to make a clip on Mixer, you're not alone and currently, it's not available for everyone. Here's how you can still make one.

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Mixer, Microsoft's streaming alternative to Twitch, has a lot of new eyes on it thanks to Tyler 'Ninja' Blevins making the switch to the platform.

However, there's currently not a very intuitive way to capture clips, especially if you're used to the ease of Twitch where it's just the click of a button.

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Ninja debuted on Mixer at Lollapalooza.

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Only Mixer Partners have the ability to clip their own streams right now as the Clips portion of Mixer is currently in beta.

There is an easy way around that and it's by using the Google Chrome extension called NeatClip, which can be downloaded by using this link if you're a Chrome user that is.

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If you don't want to use the extension, you're also able to use the NeatClip website but that will make your life a lot harder as you'll have to paste the entire video in, which makes it difficult to capture a certain moment.

This will work for any video and not just Mixer so it's a handy extension to have.

Ninja's move to Mixer has brought in many viewers.

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Outside of NeatClip or a similar tool, there isn't a way to grab clips if you're not a Mixer Partner yourself, which is disappointing news to those who love clipping.

Mixer confirmed this in their FAQ about clips but it sounds like that could be changing sometime in the future, especially as the platform gains popularity.

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"The feature is available to Mixer Partners and their channel editors as part of the beta."

There's currently no timetable as to when the beta period will end so viewers might have to wait a while before the feature rolls out to everyone.

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