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Windows 11 will soon have a new default app, the Clipchamp video editor, which Microsoft acquired in 2021. The change became part of the Windows Insider build 22572 test build, and later it will reach users of stable Windows 11.
The application offers standard features such as working with different tracks, applying filters, and creating transitions between fragments in the timeline. This is a simpler editor than Adobe Premiere Pro, which allows you to quickly overlay music, cut out unnecessary fragments from the video and save the result to your computer.
There is also a library of stock files (audio, video and photos), some of which are available for free. The purchase of paid materials automatically gives a license to use them.
It is worth noting that the service is not entirely free. By default, it allows you to export finished videos only as 720p. The ability to export to 720p, use the cloud, and access the stock audio library will cost $9 per month. To save video in 1080p, you will need a Business subscription – it already costs $ 19 per month.
There is no export function in 4K, although not only professional cameras, but also ordinary smartphones now allow you to shoot at this resolution.