Microsoft buys Clipchamp to fix Windows’ lackluster video tools

September 07, 2021

By Napier Lopez

Remember Windows Movie Maker? It was about as basic video editing software got, but you could at least make some passable content with it. But compared to even that, the current video editing tools built into Windows 10 (and Windows 11, so far) are… underwhelming. But now Microsoft may have finally bought its way to a solution: the company today announced it acquired Clipchamp, a video editing web app that’s far more powerful than anything Windows has offered before. Despite being a browser-based editor, Clipchamp is unique in that it’s able to use your own PC’s hardware acceleration to render…

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