In case you missed it, Microsoft acquired a web-based video editing app known as Clipchamp back in Q4 2021. And after they finally put the app into Windows to become a slightly better editing tool (also on Xbox?), but all it gave to users are disappointment because of features locked behind overpriced subscription.
Who Exports at 480p? Give us 1080p, Please!
Yes, who does? And surprisingly, Clichamp offers free users to ONLY export their video projects into 480p.
Wanted to use the new Clip Champ app in Windows 11 to edit a video and now I see why they included it...it's useless until you pay— Brad Sams (@bdsams) March 10, 2022
480Peasent isn't good for anything. pic.twitter.com/MmWJWLIPS6
What a shame, but as of this writing I got an email from Clipchamp that 1080p exports is now available for everyone.
1080p exports is now the base resolution for all tiers of plans:
Though I am yet to use this app, I’ve read online that it’s somehow intuitive by the online-based resources: templates, music & SFX, stock images, graphics, filters, effects, etc. that are suitable for quick and effortless video creations.