Microsoft acquired Clipchamp, a browser-based Video Editing app
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Small business owners, marketers, influencers, students, educators, families, and information workers of all types need the capability to make great videos with minimal effort.

Whether it’s a 10-second social media ad, a 2-minute pitch for a product, or a 20-minute instructional video, Clipchamp and Microsoft will provide the tools and experience you need.

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