a long wait upgrade to windows 11 will bring good news to PC users, along with revamped versions of classic apps like Notepad and Media Player. Now a Overview of the operating system showed the new Windows video editor, Clipchamp.
Clipchamp is set to replace the never-successful Windows video editor, the Filmmakerwhich was last updated in 2012.
The new app started out as a web-based video editor, which Microsoft acquired last year. According to Microsoft, the editor allows you to make cuts, divisions and transitions, as well as to insert animated texts. Clipchamp also supports real-time recording using webcams or screenshots.
The app also has a simplified timeline view for editing and provides access to a library of “over a million royalty-free videos, audio tracks and images” that users can add to videos.
Finally, Clipchamp lets you convert speech to subtitles in over 70 languages with cloud-based technology. Azure from Microsoft.
In a not-so-nice detail, users have noticed that the app only lets you download videos at 480p resolution unless you agree to a subscription plan. The plan that lets you export videos in 720p resolution costs US$9 (about R$45.50 at current rate) per month. The business plan, which lets you upload 1080p videos, costs $19 per month. Subscriptions include unlimited cloud storage and access to an audio library.
Clipchamp should appear for all users with the update Windows 11 22H2which arrives in the second half of 2022.
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