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Microsoft’s Clipchamp video editor for Windows 11 doesn’t charge you to export HD video anymore

When Microsoft introduced the Clipchamp video editor for Windows 11 earlier this month, the company focused on how you could use it to record, trim, and add transitions, text, and other effects to videos. What the company didn’t mention in its blog post was that many of features were only available with a paid subscription. […]

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Microsoft Clipchamp video editor makes its debut in Windows 11 preview build 22572

The latest Windows 11 Insider Preview build includes a new Microsoft Family app that lets users set parental controls and track their children’s activities, an updated Print Queue design, and a keyboard shortcut that lets you “show more options” in File Explorer and Desktop context menus with fewer clicks. It also introduced a video editor […]

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OpenShot 2.6.0 video editor adds AI, Computer Vision, and Audio effects

OpenShot is a free and open source, cross-platform video editor available for Linux, Mac, and Windows computers. Under development for more than a decade, the latest version brings a lot of new features. Some of the most noteworthy changes in OpenShot 2.6.0 are the new audio and video effects, some of which make use of computer […]

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Google Auto Awesome Movies will automatically edit your Google+ videos

Google is expanding its “Auto Awesome” enhancements for media uploaded to your Google+ account. Earlier this year the company started offering the ability to automatically enhanced your photos by making adjustments to improve bad shots or make good shots even better (in some cases), while sometimes even creating animated GIFs out of a series of […]