- Request video from friends, clients, and students
- Video request tool creates a short link that can be shared with audiences to collect videos from.
- Users upload video files directly to a YouTube channel or Google Drive.
- In-browser video converter and compression enables users to upload their videos using simple drag and drop tools.
- Webcam recorder records video in the browser while the converter compresses video immediately into a small file in the format for fast upload and distribution.
Clipchamp offers three plans to choose from starting with the Basic plan which is Free with up to 5 video uploads per month and up to 5 minute webcam recordings. Other plans offered are Business at $9 per month with unlimited video uploads and 30 minute webcam recordings; Enterprise which is an unlimited plan.
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