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Windows 11’s new video editing app “Clipchamp” comes with a screen recorder feature

Clipchamp’s timeline feels like using a professional platform like Adobe Premium Pro

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Clipchamp Video Editor

Microsoft last year acquired Clipchamp and now has initiated to bundle the app into Windows 11.

A web-based video editor, “Clipchamp,” lets you explore a multi-layered timeline for editing videos via your browser, supporting the features like trimming, splitting, transitions, including a new feature to record your screens.

Clipchamp’s timeline feels like using a professional platform like Adobe Premium Pro. The timeline employs a blend of templates and incorporates a collection of transitions, stock multimedia, a variety of filters, and themes to allow users to produce films with multi-track audio capability and consumer-friendly editing.

An Azure-powered text-to-speech engine has also been integrated, allowing creators to employ voice-overs in about 70 languages, and you can also opt to store files on the cloud with the integrated OneDrive option.

According to Microsoft, Clipchamp is now an “inbox” tool incorporated in Windows 11, which means that the app will be preloaded on all the latest Windows 11 devices.

Microsoft’s Family app will also be an “inbox” app, bundled with the features like Edge filtering, family location monitoring, and screen time activities on Windows, Android, and Xbox as well.

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