We created a way for you to share moments by creating 15 second long clips from your public live events and replays to share with your community.

If viewers of these clips want to see the rest of the stream, they can register for your Crowdcast. With shareable clips, your attendees can market your event while sharing valuable content with their own followers and you can get new registrations from it! That's a win-win scenario! Here's how it works.

  1. While watching a live event, click the "Clip moment" button from the bottom left. If you're watching a replay, simply navigate to a point in the replay, pause the video, and click the same button.

Screenshot on an event with an arrow to

2. Next you'll be able to select a 15 second clip from the last five minutes of the live event. Drag the orange slider to find the start of the moment you'd like to share.

Screenshot of the click and drag function to pick your clip moment.

3. Then give your clip a descriptive title and click "Create".

Screenshot of and arrow pointing to the create clip button

3. Finally, copy the link or share directly to a social media platform. You can even embed clips in blog posts. 🚀

Screenshot of the clip created pop-up with links to share it.

Viewer experience

We've done some optimizations to make clips appear prominent in social feeds. Here's what a clipped moment looks like on twitter:

Screenshot of what a clip moment looks like on Twitter

And here's what a user sees after clicking on the tweet. Click here to see the actual clip.

Screenshot about what a view will see after clicking on the clip.

Important Notes

  • Clips are possible on your public Crowdcasts and not enabled on RTMP studio sessions.

  • We recommend that at the start of your event you encourage your viewers to share clips from your Crowdcast. Additionally, throughout the live session, if a great moment happens encourage the viewers to share that clip. This will keep clip sharing top of mind and help increase the number of new viewers being referred to your event.

  • When you edit and upload a new video, the share clips feature is disabled as the clips are of the old video and not of the new one.

  • The analytics page will show how many users registered or viewed the registration page from shared clips. Simply scroll down to the UTM Campaigns section and look for the campaign titled clips.

Have questions or suggestions? Email us at [email protected]. Happy Crowdcasting! 🎥

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