With the October update, Windows 11 has added a new video editor called Clipchamp. Let’s check it out. To open, type Clipchamp in the search box and click on the results.
The first time you open the app, it’ll ask what type of videos you make most – business, educational, personal etc… You can share that information or just skip that step.
The app then opens to this screen.
There are a variety of templates available to get you started.
You can also record video using your device using the app. Choose either the screen or the camera.
Let’s start by choosing a Holiday template.
Choose from a variety of options ranging from Christmas to having a sale.
When you choose a template, you can see the aspect ratio and the length. Choose Use this template to get started.
Here’s what the editing timeline looks like when it opens.
The images, video, and sound that already populate the timeline of this template are displayed in the project bin on the left.
Then drag or drop or choose your won images, video, and sounds. Add from your computer, cloud storage, or transfer from your phone.
As you type into the box, the text updates in the video.
A better option is probably to build your own video. Click on Create a video at the top.
Add your own audio and video by clicking the + button on the side and experiment by putting your video together in the timeline.