Clipchamp Create, or Create for short, is an online video editor designed to make video creation easy for everyone, even for those with no prior editing experience.
Create allows you to combine your videos, images, and audio files, as well as add text and effects, and then save the finished video to your computer. You can also add stock videos and stock music or sound effects. Just sign up for a free account on the Create home page and start editing your videos straight away.
Create is different to Clipchamp Utilities, which you can use to compress, convert, or make small adjustments to individual video files, or to record a webcam video.
Here's a 2-min tutorial video that shows how Create works:
What software do I need to be able to use Clipchamp Create?
All you need to use Clipchamp Create is a desktop or laptop computer with Google Chrome installed (it's free and easy to install, just download it here) and an internet connection. It also works in the latest version of Microsoft Edge (Chromium-based).
Create is not currently supported on mobile devices.
Does it cost anything?
Paid plans give access to premium features such as stock assets and higher-resolution exports, but a free account still includes all the essential tools you need to edit your videos.
How is it different to other video makers?
While many other editing applications require you to download software, Create exists entirely within your browser and utilises the power of Clipchamp's unique localised processing.
Create is also more private than other online editors, because it doesn't require you to upload your files, and can get you working with your files faster.
Local processing... what’s that?
In Create, every step of the video creation process is completed locally on your computer. Assets like footage, images and audio are accessed directly from your hard drive and can be used almost instantly, bypassing the time-consuming process of uploading to the cloud. This makes using Create lightning fast. ⚡
Try it out
You can check out our Getting Started article, or head straight to Create to try it out for yourself: