This article shows you how to sign up to a new account (for free) and use our video editor. If you'd like to sign in to an existing account, please see this article instead: logging in and out of Clipchamp.


How to sign up to Clipchamp

If you've never used our video editor before, you can set up a free account in a few quick steps and start editing your videos straight away. 

First, visit this web address:

NOTE: if you're already logged in to an existing account and want to create a new one, simply log out via your user icon in the top right corner, then go to the Signup page. It looks like this:

You can sign up using your Microsoft (personal) or Google account by selecting one of those options and following the prompts.

If you want to sign up with email, click Use your email.

This will lead you to the next screen.

Enter your name and email and click Sign up. This will send you a magic link to your email address that you can use to complete the account registration. The magic link method will require you to use a new link when you log in in the future.

If you'd like to set up an email and password combination for your account instead, click Use password instead at the bottom of the window.

Fill in your details, choose a password, and click Sign up.

If you've chosen to sign up with email only (magic link) or with email + password, you'll see a message like this:

Go to your email inbox, find the email from Clipchamp and click the Click here to confirm email button, or copy and paste the link displayed below it into your browser.

If you don't see the email, check your spam or junk mail folder.

A new account will now be created and you will be signed in.

In future if you want to log in to your account using a different method you will still be able to, as long as it's associated with the same email address. For more information, see: Logging in and out of Clipchamp.


Where to next?

To find out how to get to work editing your videos, check our how to edit a video help article. It provides quick tips and images that guide you through our editing features and how to use them.


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