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Microsoft's video editor Clipchamp now integrates with TikTok, allowing easy sharing

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What you need to know

  • Clipchamp now allows people to edit videos and export them directly to TikTok.
  • The feature allows people to skip the step of having to store a file directly on a device.
  • Microsoft purchased Clipchamp back in September 2021.

Clipchamp, a video editing service owned by Microsoft, now directly integrates with TikTok. With the integration, creators can edit a video within Clipchamp and export it directly to TikTok, bypassing any need to store the file locally. This means people don't need to save room on devices for videos and also speeds up the process of sharing a clip on TikTok.

Microsoft purchased Clipchamp back in September 2021. Clipchamp is a video editing service that allows creators to edit videos directly within a browser. There are also mobile apps for Clipchamp. The editor integrates with OneDrive, Dropbox, and other storage providers, making it easy to upload clips and content. It also works with Giphy, has a stock audio library, and a stock library video library. Some of the features require a paid subscription, options for which range from $9 to $39 per month.

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We reviewed Clipchamp shortly after its acquisition by Microsoft. It earned a 3.5/5 for being easy to jump into and its integrations with popular services. It lost marks for having a high price tag.

With the ability to export directly to TikTok, Clipchamp is a more useful tool for creators on the go.

Sean Endicott
Sean Endicott

Sean Endicott is the news writer for Windows Central. If it runs Windows, is made by Microsoft, or has anything to do with either, he's on it. Sean's been with Windows Central since 2017 and is also our resident app expert. If you have a news tip or an app to review, hit him up at sean.endicott@futurenet.com.

4 Comments
  • TikTok is just a cesspool. This is not a positive thing.
  • I love using TikTok. Facebook is actually something to worry about.
  • Agreed. But at this point, many of these social sites are. But right now, it certainly takes the cake.
  • i had a quick look at this Clipchamp, but came to a halt at the start when it asked me to sign in. why does it need people to sign in?