Once upon a time, Windows came with a rather capable video editor called Movie Maker, but it was discontinued back in 2017. After something of a delay, Clipchamp arrived to serve as the new default video editor in Microsoft’s operating system, and it comes with a variety of useful features that can help you put together impressive-looking footage.If you want to get started with Clipchamp for the first time, or dig deeper into what it offers, I’ve put together some tips for getting the most out of it. It’s suitable for any kind of basic movie making—from collecting your family vacation highlights package, to creating your first short film—and it’s not difficult to get a handle on.Unfortunately, unlike Movie Maker, Clipchamp isn’t completely free. A lot of the basic features can be used without paying, but you need to pay to export videos in 4K and without a watermark, and

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