Microsoft It has announced that the roll out has begun Clipchamp App for Windows 11 users. Currently the app is only available to users who are enrolled in the Dave Channel of the Windows Insider program. For those who don’t know, Clipchamp is a video editing app that was acquired by Microsoft in September last year. It is a browser-based app equipped with all the basic tools you would expect from an editing app like trimming and splitting, transitions, animated text and more. There’s also a built-in webcam and screen recorder for real-time content capture.
Several reports have suggested that the Clipchamp app could replace the Windows Movie Maker app. Clipchamp users like it because it offers a timeline view for editing like a professional video editing app like Adobe Premiere Pro.
As revealed on the company’s official blog, the Clipchamp app on Windows 11 will offer a stock library filled with more than a million royalty-free videos, audio tracks and images that can be added to videos. There is also an Azure-powered text-to-speech generator capable of creating voice overs in over 70 languages. And, when it comes to Microsoft integration, Clipchamp also integrates with OneDrive, which means you can import files and save videos quickly and securely.
The tech giant says Clipchamp is an ‘inbox’ Windows 11 app. This means that the app will be pre-installed on all new devices running Windows 11 OS. As mentioned earlier, this feature is only available to a limited number of Windows 11 users. However, it is expected that the company will release the feature for more users with the upcoming update. The company has also launched a new Microsoft Family Inbox app with the latest Windows 11 build for Dave Channel users.