Clipchamp offers a range of tools to help you create, edit, and record videos. Our products don't require any software installations to use them. To get started:
Go to our video editor in your web browser (Microsoft Edge or Google Chrome) or by launching it in Windows.
Sign in using your Microsoft account or create a free account with an email address
Start working on your videos
What's different about Clipchamp?
Clipchamp's cutting-edge proprietary technology processes video files inside your browser on your computer. This is unlike other providers, where files have to be uploaded to a server for processing.
This makes the process much faster and provides better privacy protection because the video files never leave your computer, unless you decide to share them or use the content backup feature.
We also aim to make our tools easy to use, so you can create amazing videos no matter your skill level.
Clipchamp video editor (desktop)
Our in-browser video editor lets you combine and edit multiple video clips, images, music, and titles and then export the finished video to your computer. You can also add visual effects, for example slowing down a video or adding a filter.
It currently works in the Microsoft Edge (Chromium-based version) or Google Chrome browser on your desktop or laptop. It's also built into Windows 11 and can get installed from the Microsoft Store.
It's free and easy to use, even for those with no editing experience–just sign up at app.clipchamp.com to start editing straight away or learn more here.
Clipchamp's paid plan offers the use of advanced features, and access to stock video, music, and audio.
Clipchamp mobile app
Our mobile app is currently available for free on iOS devices. We're considering adding paid plans at a later stage.
The app lets you record and edit videos, make use of templates, and most importantly, it includes automated voice recognition and subtitling feature.
This is particularly useful for the quick creation of good-looking mobile videos to share through social media where many viewers watch clips with sound disabled by default.