ClipChamp

Record and share video quickly, in your browser

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Simon Cave@simooncave · Community Manager
ClipChamp looks nice. One feature could make it AWESOME: screen recording :)
Jai MitchellMaker@ganticdotco · Product designer
Myself and my @whoisjosephmark colleagues had the pleasure of working with the ClipChamp team a few months ago to help re-invision their product. I thought PH might like it. The product allows video to be captured and/or processed (compressed & converted) completely in your browser, eliminating the need to upload video to a server, or to download any apps or plug-ins. Enjoy!
Conrad Egusa@conradegusa · Founder, Publicize
Congrats team, ClipChamp looks great!
Matt Durr@onedurr · I make fun things on the interwebs
Doesn't seem to work. Tried a few videos, after making selection, they just stay pegged at 0% progress. Tried a few different options. Original video was 4mb. Also, with the trim option, there's no clear way to tell what you're trimming - no playback on the edit and no exact time (first marker is at 11 seconds).
Paul Tomkinson@paultomkinson · Founder, Textras
This looks great, was going through the API docs and demos. I would mention the pricing scheme sadly alienates many. Per video except on enterprise is a non-starter with B2C apps. Pls see Ziggeo, Addpipe, CameraTag. Even those, for the most part, are pretty pricey early in, but at least they have either per-second or per-minute plans. Many users, uploading many videos, it should be determined by the time of video IMHO. Great product hope it considers this direction.