Microsoft buys an online video editor – News

With Clipchamp, Microsoft got a web app that allows consumers to edit videos in the browser.

It is unknown how much Microsoft will pay for the acquisition. Clipchamp has been around since 2013 and lets you edit videos for free with filters, templates, and text, or by adding audio and other videos. It is not about professional tools, but for those who sometimes and quickly want to edit a video in Chrome or Edge.

Microsoft says it wants to improve the service. As a tool that comes on its own on your PC (for example, your device’s graphics card is used to create videos), Microsoft sees Clipchamp as an extension of your existing Microsoft 365 offering. Whether this means that the tool will also appear in other Microsoft services is not yet clear, but there are no plans to close the service and integrate it elsewhere.

It is unknown how much Microsoft will pay for the acquisition. Clipchamp has been around since 2013 and lets you edit videos for free with filters, templates, and text, or by adding audio and other videos. It’s not about professional tools, but those who want to edit a video occasionally and quickly in Chrome or Edge. Microsoft says it wants to improve the service. As a tool that comes on its own on your PC (for example, your device’s graphics card is used to create videos), Microsoft sees Clipchamp as an extension of your existing Microsoft 365 offering. Whether this means that the tool will also appear in other Microsoft services is not yet clear, but there are no plans to close the service and integrate it elsewhere.

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