How to edit/intercut a video

How to edit/intercut a video

From your My Video page, select the game you are wanting to edit/intercut and locate the gear icon all the way to the right:



Then you will select Edit/Intercut Video:



This screen will appear while it is preparing your videos to appear:



Your videos will now appear side by side, ready to be edited and/or intercut:


For all clips, you have the option to:
  1. Undo
  2. Combine
  3. Split
  4. Delete

Once you have made all of your changes, be sure to click save and you will be automatically brought back to your My Video screen:

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