Clipchamp now has 'Auto Compose,' generates videos from photos and videos automatically

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Microsoft has released an update for its cloud-based video editor, Clipchamp. The update introduces several new features aimed at enhancing the ease and efficiency of video creation.

Personally, one of the most notable new features is Auto Compose, an AI-powered tool that can automatically generate videos from photos and videos. All users have to do is upload their media, choose a style, and let AI do the rest. Auto Compose can be a great way to create quick and easy videos for social media, presentations, or other purposes.

The update also includes a new content library that provides users access to a wide range of stock video, images, music, and graphics. The library is searchable and organized by category, making finding the perfect assets for your video project easy.

And finally, Clipchamp now allows users to record voiceovers directly within the app. This would make it so easy to add narration or explain concepts in your videos. The update also includes improvements to Clipchamp’s text-to-speech feature, which allows users to create AI-generated voiceovers.

These new features are available to all Microsoft 365 Insiders with a Personal account. They can also be accessed through the Clipchamp web app or mobile app.

Audio recording is currently available to all Personal account users, while the rollout of Text-to-speech editing began on November 30th and will be available to Work accounts in early 2024.

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