Microsoft acquiring Clipchamp might bring better video editing experience to Windows 11

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On 5 October, the latest Windows update will roll out and offer several new features and functionalities to users. Windows 11 will bring Microsoft Teams integration, a new design with an updated Start menu, Snap Layouts, Groups, Desktops for improved multitasking, an improved Microsoft Store app, and Android app support. Now, there might be a new thing to be excited about after the company acquired a browser-based video editing tool, Clipchamp.

The acquisition might lead to an integration between the video editor and Windows 11, letting users enjoy more advanced video editing features with future updates. Currently, Microsoft also thinks that the video editor is a "natural fit to extend the cloud-powered productivity experiences in Microsoft 365 for individuals, families, schools, and businesses," according to Chris Pratley, corporate vice president of Microsoft’s Office media group.

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Clipchamp allows people to edit videos in browsers and utilize the full power of GPU to render the final result. It also uses an extensive library of filters, stock media, and transitions to let users further enhance the videos. The simple-to-use video editor supports multi-track audio as well, and large companies like Google, Dell, and Deloitte are its fans.

It looks like Microsoft is giving its all to bring the best user experience with Windows 11. Leave us a comment to let us know how excited you are about the operating system update! Stay tuned to for the latest tech report.