This article includes a section for users of Clipchamp for work who would like to make use of Clipchamp's installable application for Windows 10 and 11.
The article also includes a section for Microsoft 365 administrators who would like to manage access to the application in their organization.
Information for Clipchamp users
Licensed customers are entitled to use Clipchamp's work version with Microsoft Edge or Google Chrome, if your organization is subscribed to a corresponding Microsoft 365 business SKU. For more details, see How to access Microsoft Clipchamp with your work account.
In addition to web access, Clipchamp also offers a desktop application for Windows 10 and Windows 11 to launch the video editor directly. At the moment, the app only supports personal or family Microsoft accounts. Therefore, you'll see one of the following two screens when you open the app and are signed into Windows with a work account.
If your organization blocks access to Clipchamp's personal version, you'll see this screen when the app launches.
Selecting Launch Clipchamp for work opens a new browser window and launches Clipchamp's Microsoft 365 web app where you can start editing videos.
Alternatively, if your organization has access enabled for both personal and work accounts, you'll see this screen.
Selecting Launch Clipchamp for work opens a new browser window and launches Clipchamp's Microsoft 365 web app.
Selecting the grey Use a different account button directs you to Clipchamp's personal account sign-in page in the desktop app.
Information for Microsoft 365 administrators
Note: The following information is intended for admins who would like to manage how Clipchamp is available to users in their organization.
In some circumstances, it is possible that a previous version of the Clipchamp Windows app is installed on your end-users' machines. Either it was installed from the Microsoft Store, if the Store is enabled in your tenant, or the app was part of a Windows 11 update.
If that is the case, we recommend updating the app, which will ensure it is displaying the behavior as described in this article. The main benefit is that your users will get directed to the correct version of Clipchamp and will not land in Clipchamp's personal version instead of its work version unintentionally.
App version: Clipchamp 2.8.0 (or higher)
The Microsoft Store must be enabled in your organization -- the Clipchamp team are working on alternative means of acquiring Clipchamp's latest app version for customers with no access to the Microsoft Store.
See the section above, Information for Clipchamp users.
Administrators can control access to Clipchamp and to the personal and work versions of Clipchamp.
For instance, you can control access to the personal version via Intune by enabling/disabling Clipchamp's Group Policy Allow Clipchamp Personal Accounts. You can also control access to the Clipchamp Windows app, and enable or disable Clipchamp entirely. See How to enable or disable Clipchamp for users in your organization.