Want to record screen, create tutorials or demos, record gameplay on PC? Windows 11 now comes with a native video editor called Clipchamp, and even though it’s basically a web app, it also lets you record your screen with ease. Apart from recording the screen, it also allows you to add a webcam to the screen recording.
Find and run the Clipchamp video editor on your computer. If it has not been installed yet, go to download it from Microsoft Store. You can use it to record and edit videos for free, optionally subscribe to an advanced plan to get unlimited online storage and more stock content. Clipchamp is a browser-based video editing platform, if you don’t want to install it on to your computer, you can also install the Clipchamp extension for Chrome or Microsoft Edge browser, and use it to record, create and edit videos online.
Run the video editor on your PC, log in with your Microsoft or any other supported account, you will then see its home screen like this.
Click Record something, then choose the source you like to capture: Screen and camera, Camera or Screen. Here we choose Screen. After that select to allow the microphone input or not. Note that the free version can only record up to 30 minutes.
When you’re ready to start recording, click on the red Record button, then you will have the option to choose whether to record the whole screen, any window or tab. While recording, you will see a toolbar at the bottom of the screen. Stop the recording when you are done and click Save and edit.
The recorded footage will be saved to the Downloads folder on your PC automatically and meanwhile imported into the Clipchamp editor so you can edit the footage, add music or sound effects to video, and apply filters and effects, etc. Of course, you can just close and quit Clipchamp directly when you only need the recorded screen video without any editing.