How to use Clipchamp Video Editor on Windows 11 and 10
Microsoft has a video creation tool called Clipchamp available for Windows users. Here’s what you need to know to start using it.
Clipchamp is a new app you can use for video creation on Windows 11 and Windows 10. Microsoft acquired Clipchamp last year, and it’s a better editing tool than older tools like Windows Movie Maker.
You can use Clipchamp on Windows to create exciting new videos for work, social media, or to capture important events. We’ll show you how to start using Clipchamp on a Windows 10 or Windows 11 PC.
How to install and use Clipchamp on Windows
The Clipchamp app is not yet pre-installed on Windows, although there are plans to do so in the future. In the meantime, you will need to download and install Clipchamp first.
To install and use Clipchamp on Windows 11 and Windows 10:
- Download and install Clipchamp from the Microsoft Store.
- Once you have installed it, search for Clipchamp in the start menu to launch it.
- In the Clipchamp window, you will need to sign in using your Microsoft or Google account, or using your own personal email account.
- Next, you will need to choose the type of video you want to create. Clipchamp offers Education, Content, Business, Staffand Business—select the option you want to use.
- Of File Explorer window, drag and drop the content you want to use in your video into the Clipchamp window.
- Select a pre-made template from the options provided to get started. From the editor, you can shorten or lengthen the template and the video clip you inserted.
- Once you have the basics in place, you can edit the video by cutting certain parts, adding or removing effects, etc. It may seem light and basic, but the software has powerful video editing tools.
- In addition to editing videos and sound effects, Clipchamp offers features for screen and camera recording, recording your webcam, and using text-to-speech.
- When you have finished your video, click the Export button at the top and choose the MP4 video quality to export it. You can choose from 480p, 720pand 1080p video resolution.
- From the options provided, select a cloud service where you want to upload the video – choose from Google Drive, YouTube, TikTok, OneDrive, and any other service available in your region.
- The download process will begin automatically—wait while the video downloads. The time required varies depending on the video size and data connectivity speed.
- Otherwise, press Save to your computer to save the file to your PC.
Edit videos on Windows
Clipchamp is a great tool for editing videos on Windows 11 and Windows 10 PCs. It’s free for personal use, but if you want additional features, such as cloud storage and unlimited access to stock content, you will need to upgrade to a paid plan.
If Clipchamp isn’t your cup of tea, try the third-party Wondershare Filmora 11 instead. If you work with other types of media in Windows 11, try using your photos as a screen saver or learn how to take a screenshot screen in Windows 11.