Saving & sharing a processed video in Clipchamp
After your input video finishes processing, the output file will appear on Clipchamp with a number of sharing and saving options.
Clicking the "Save" button will open the Save File dialogue of your browser or automatically save the video to your Downloads folder, depending on the settings in your browser.
If you want to share the video on YouTube, Facebook, Vimeo or Google Drive, click on "Upload & Share".
You can choose multiple options and Clipchamp will then upload your converted video to one after the other. Please note that if you pick one (or all) of these options for the first time, you'll have to log into your respective account first before the upload can start.
After the upload, you'll get a link to the file that you can share in a message (email, etc.):
If the upload gets stuck, please see this article for a number of steps you can try to get things working again. In addition, we recommend to save the processed video on your computer as well to ensure you have a copy in case there are any issues during an uploading operation.
Safari users, please note
Due to a bug in older versions of Safari, the Save button in Clipchamp might not work - see here for our related support article.
If this happens and you have a Flash blocker plugin installed, please disable it on Clipchamp, which will get the Save button to work again.
Otherwise if this problem occurs, make sure to update Safari to its latest version (10.1.x) or use Clipchamp in Firefox or Chrome.