Unable to Install ClipChamp on Windows 11? Try These Fixes


Microsoft realized that Windows lacked an official solution to create videos. So, it acquired Clipchamp, a freemium online video editing tool, and began offering it in Microsoft Store. The tool is based on the concept of web-based tools like Canva that offer an app but use an internet connection to deliver a smooth editing experience.

But many users face an issue while installing the Clipchamp video editing tool via Microsoft Store. If you are facing the same issue and want to install and try out the free video editing tool, don’t fret! We will list all the possible solutions to fix the app installation issue on your system.

What Is Clipchamp?

Clipchamp is an online video editing tool with a few more features and enhancements. It’s easy to use because it simplifies the process of video editing via the magnificent user interface.

The app offers multiple editable templates (free and paid) using which you can easily create cool videos on Windows with Clipchamp. Unlike Adobe or other video software, it doesn’t stress your system resources and even offers the option to download your videos and share them with others.

How to Fix Clipchamp Not Installing on Windows 11

If you are unable to install this free video editing tool on your system, try out the following fixes to successfully install and run it on your computer.

1. Completely Close and Relaunch the Microsoft Store

Microsoft Store app can become unresponsive and fail to install the app on your system. So, you must terminate the app and restart it. Here’s how to do it:

  1. Press Win + I to launch the Settings app. Navigate to the left-hand side menu and click on the Apps option.
  2. Click on the Installed Apps option. Then click on the Search for app option and type Microsoft Store.
  3. Click on the three horizontal dots and select the Advanced options from the context menu.
    Completely Close and Relaunch Microsoft Store

  4. Scroll down and click on the Terminate button. It will end the Microsoft process and close the app.

2. Restart Your Computer

If terminating the app doesn’t do anything, do a system restart. It will clear all the apps from the memory, close all the background apps and services, and restart them. Do not use shutdown because Microsoft enables Fast start-up by default and that doesn’t close system and kernel-level processes from the memory.

After your computer restarts, launch Microsoft Store and try to install the Clipchamp app on your system.

3. Set the Correct Time, Date, and Region

Incorrect date and time and region settings can cause the Microsoft Store app to not load content or install apps properly. Here’s how to update the date, time, and region on your system:

  1. Press Win + I to launch the Settings app.
  2. Click on the Time & language option from the left-hand side menu.
  3. Click on the Date & time option and then click on the Sync now button.
    Set the Correct Time Date and Region 1

  4. Scroll down and click on the Language & region option present under the Related links section.
  5. Under the Region section, click on the Country or region option and select the appropriate country from the list.
    Set the Correct Time Date and Region 2

  6. Close the settings app and try to launch Clipchamp again. Check if the error still persists.

4. Clear Microsoft Store Cache

A corrupt or outdated Microsoft Store Cache can result in app launch and installation issues. So you must clear the Microsoft Store app cache using the command prompt or the inbuilt reset option.

5. Sign Out of the Microsoft Store App and Sign In again

Repeat the following steps to sign out and sign in again in Microsoft Store:

  1. Launch the Microsoft Store app and click on the Profile icon.
  2. Then click on the Sign out option located below the profile icon.
  3. You will be signed out of Microsoft Store. Close the app and open it again.
  4. Click on the Profile icon. Then, click on the Sign in option.
  5. Select the active Microsoft account on your system. Enter your system PIN to log in to Microsoft Store.
  6. Search for the Clipchamp and click on the install button.

6. Use Winget to Install Clipchamp

If Microsoft Store fails to install Clipchamp, you can try Winget, the Windows Package Manager command-line tool. Surely, you will miss the GUI interface of Microsoft Store, but you can still find, install, and remove apps using Winget.

Repeat the following steps to install Clipchamp using Winget:

  1. Right-click on the Start button to open the Power User menu. Select the Terminal (Admin) option from the list.
  2. Accept the UAC prompt and click on the Yes button.
  3. In the Terminal window, type the following command and press the enter key: winget search Clipchamp
  4. Winget will find and list the correct app name and ID if it is available.
  5. After that, type the following command and press the enter key: winget install Clipchamp
    Use Winget to Install Clipchamp

  6. Read the EULA, type Y in the Terminal window and press enter.
  7. Wait for the Winget utility to download and install Clipchamp on your system.
  8. Close the Terminal window after installation completes.

7. Run an SFC and DISM Scan

If you repeatedly encounter installation errors in Microsoft Store, running an SFC scan can help you find and replace corrupt system files. After that, you can run a DISM scan to check Windows image health and repair the component store of the Windows image. It will take a while to run these scans and repair your system.

8. Try the Web Version of Clipchamp

Microsoft Store offers an app to use the online tool for ease of access. If you cannot get the app to install on your system, the best alternative is to use the website until the issue is fixed. If you are new to Clipchamp just sign up for the service and log in with your account. Then you can edit videos online without requiring any app install on your system.

Try the Web Version of Clipchamp

Or you can install the PWA app of click champ by clicking on the download icon in the web browser address bar. You wouldn’t have to open Chrome browser whenever you want to launch Clipchamp.

9. Try the Generic Microsoft Store App Installation Fixes

If all else fails, don’t fret. There are still plenty of more tricks you can try. We can’t squeeze them all in here, but you can check them out in our guide on how to fix “this app couldn’t be installed” on the Microsoft Store.

Become a Video Editing Wizard With Clipchamp

Clipchamp focuses on simplifying the video editing process and requires an internet connection to work. Ensure that you are connected to a network and disable proxy servers or VPN before installing the app. Repair and reset Microsoft Store and sync the correct date and time. Lastly, try to install the app using Winget or use the web version.

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