Is the 15-day trial truly free?
Yes, it is a true 15-day free trial. In the account creation
process you will need to put a credit card on file with Stripe
but Make Echoes regularly sends you an email 3 days before every
charge attempt so you can choose to cancel at any time.
Can Make Echoes work if it is not connected to my YouTube or
Yes, it can. In these cases, the system will still collect clips
and even render complation or stand-alone videos based on your
account's settings. Once completed they will be stored on Make
Echoes stoage and if you have connected your own AWS S3 account
or your Dropbox, all the created media will also be delivered
Does Make Echoes work with Facebook Gaming livestreams?
Currently, the system is solely for Twitch streamers. I continue
to evaluate additional platorms to add as the requests for them
come in and the technical lift to be able to support them. The
best place to made aware of any changes to the product is the
@MakeEchoes Twitter account.
Why can't I start a trial if my Twitch channel doesn't have
Your channel being actively integrated into the Twitch VOD
ecosystem is a requirement for Make Echoes to be able to acquire
the clips that are the base layer of how this entire system
works. If you are not currently a streamer, I can't in good
conscience allow you to start a trial on a paid product that you
simply can't use.
How long after a stream ends should I expect a video to be
For most streamers, they see the completed notification hit
their email inbox in about 20 minutes. This can change based on
the resolution and bitrate you stream at, the number of clips
requested and the number of delivery destinations.
Can I request a specific feature to have added to Make Echoes?
Of course! Most of the features described here and in the
onboarding sequence were suggested by streamers to solve a
problem that they wished they didn't have to deal with. Once
you're a customer, you can reply to any email you get from Make
Echoes and it will be read an evaluated by Kade.
Can Make Echoes publish content to Instagram, Facebook or
As of right now, Make Echoes can only publicly publish content
on YouTube and Twitter. I am continuing to work to get the
approvals I need from Facebook/Instagram and TikTok to be able
to natively post content to each of those platforms. Once
secured, I'll then get the development time scheduled and
hopefully within 1-3 weeks, I'll be able to push those
destinations into live production.