Yes, there are two ways to work on an existing Clipchamp video on another computer.

Option 1. Enable content backup

Enable content backup (a feature available on the Essentials plan).

Once your files are uploaded to content backup, you'll be able to access and edit your video from any computer using the same Clipchamp login.

Option 2. Manually bring your media files

Manually bring your video, audio, and image files that you used in your video) to the new computer, log in, and relink them to your project.

Why is this necessary?

By default, Clipchamp works with your media files locally on your computer rather than uploading them anywhere.

However, if you've only used stock video and audio from our library, then you don't need to bring files with you or use content backup and can continue working on a new computer straight away by signing in with the same login.

  • To learn how to use content backup, please see this help article.

  • To learn how to bring your files with you and relink them, please see below.

How to manually bring your media files to a new computer

  1. Save the files that you used in the video to a USB stick or online storage drive (e.g. OneDrive) so that you can move them to the new computer.

  2. Load the files onto the new computer (e.g. drag them to the desktop or download them to the Downloads folder).

  3. Open Chrome and log in to Clipchamp with the same account you used when creating your video.

  4. Open your video.

  5. You will see a message prompting you to relink your files. Click on it, then click Relink entire folder, find the folder with your media files on the new computer and click upload.

Alternatively, click on each file and locate and upload them one by one until all files are relinked.

Once all the files are relinked, the window will close, and you should be able to continue editing your video on the new computer.

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