Clipchamp works best in
on laptop or desktop Windows, Mac, and Linux computers. It also runs on Chromebooks and as a native app in Windows 10 and 11.
Our service pushes web browsers to their limits by using many newer technologies. Different browsers support these technologies to a varying degree, sometimes not at all. This is why Clipchamp doesn't work in some browsers such as Safari and Firefox.
For the best experience, see Make sure Clipchamp works well for you.
Chromium-based browsers on desktop
Our video editor is currently supported in Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, and other Chromium-based browsers on desktop and laptop computers.
This includes browsers such as Brave, however, in Brave you might see an error notification about "unsupported hardware or outdated Chrome version". If this happens, it may be due to the anti-fingerprinting feature in the Brave Shields. You can try the following to solve things.
Click the lion icon to the right of the address bar,
Temporarily allow fingerprinting on the Clipchamp page.
iOS on mobile
The Clipchamp mobile app currently works on iOS devices (iOS 14 and above). To use the full app functionality, we recommend an iPhone X or above.
The Clipchamp desktop editor does not work in mobile browsers on phones or tablets.