Twitch VOD Downloader-Free Download Twitch Videos Online 
With 3 million monthly creators and over 15 million active daily users, Twitch is the largest live streaming platform for gamers. Sometimes, both streamers and viewers want to download videos from Twitch to share them on YouTube or view later.
In this post, we focus on explaining how to download twitch VOD videos you broadcasted and how to download other people’s Twitch videos. Please note that,
- All the methods we introduced in the post are totally free, so you don’t need to pay for any Twitch VOD Downloader software to download twitch videos.
- We can download twitch VOD videos only which means that we cannot download live streaming videos (Others cannot too). If you need to “download” twitch videos while the host is streaming, you can try to record the video.
A VOD (Video on Demand) is an archive of content previously streamed live on Twitch.
Part 1: 2 Ways to Download Any VOD Videos from Twitch for Free
You cannot directly download VODs from someone else’s broadcasts from Twitch, but you can download any VOD that exists on Twitch and its servers using programs like Twitch Leecher and Keepvid.
Method 1: Download Twitch Videos Online Using Keepvid
Keepvid is a helpful online video downloader to download videos from Periscope, YouTube, Facebook, twitter, instagram, vkontakte, vimeo, dailymotion, tumblr, etc. It can download twitch videos in 2 easy steps too.
Step 1. Copy the URL of the Twitch video you want to download and paste it on Keepvid. Then, click “GO”
Step 2. Select the quality of videos you want and click “Download”. After downloading, the twitch video will be saved on your computer in MP4 format.
Method 2: Download Twitch VODs with Twitch Leecher
You can get the latest version of Twitch Leecher from GitHub for free and download videos from all gamers on Twitch. Then, follow the steps below to download Twitch videos made by any broadcaster on the platform.
Note: Twitch Leecher is a third-party program which means that it is in no way endorsed or supported by Twitch.
Step 1. After downloading, install Twitch Leecher on your computer and launch it.
Step 2. In Twitch Leecher, click on Search in the top-right corner of your screen.
Step 3. In your browser, open the twitch videos you want to download and copy its URL.
Step 4. Go back to Twitch Leecher and choose the Urls tab. Paste the URL you have copied and click “Search”.
Step 5. Your chosen Twitch video should appear with a Download button in its lower-right corner. Select it.
Step 6. Choose the resolution size of the video download and where you want the video to save on your computer. Then, click “Download.”
Part 2: How to Download Your Own Twitch Videos
Twitch Streamers can download all of their own previous broadcasts directly from the Twitch website. To even begin downloading your own broadcasts, you need to enable auto-archiving on your account. It’s pretty simple to do this.
Step 1. Click the “Profile” icon to visit your Channel settings.
Step 2. From the “Settings” window, go to the “Channel and Videos” tab on the upper part of the webpage. Next, enable the “Store past broadcast” option to automatically save the broadcast for up to 14 or 60 days.
Note: Twitch Partners, Twitch Prime and Twitch Turbo users will have their broadcasts saved for 60 days before being deleted. All other broadcasters will have their broadcasts saved for 14 days before they are deleted.
Step 3. Now go to the “Video Producer” tab to and click the dropdown menu to select the “Past Broadcast” option to view your previous streams. From the list, you can download any your own twitch videos you want to save on your computer or upload to YouTube or Facebook.
Twitch Leecher is well-known for downloading twitch videos and clips, however, in my experience, it is easier to download videos from twitch by using Keepvid. What’s your opinion?
Remember the rules of copyright and the Digital Millennial Copyright Act anytime you download and save content from the internet. The Copyright Laws of the United States protect authors and content producers from having their work stolen if they are the original author or producer of the content.
If you are only using content for your education and use, you are less likely to experience legal issues from this technique, but you should not share the content you downloaded with others.