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    You'll have to pay a bit to get the most out of Clipchamp, but it'll be worth the price tag for certain creators.
    When Microsoft acquired Clipchamp, I was immediately intrigued by the video editing app. Microsoft's first-party video editing options aren't great on Windows 10, so I was eager to try an alternative. Clipchamp is a web-based video editor, allowing you to navigate through a multi-layer video editing timeline within your browser. The actual processing power to edit your videos comes from your PC, but the interface is based on the web.

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    09-21-2021 07:11 AM

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