Yesterday, we told you about how YouTube is jumping in the news game with YouTube news.
Today, Mashable reports that YouTube has added a simple video editor that allows the user to edit together clips as well as add music available from YouTube’s commercial AudioSwap licensed-song library.
The YouTube video editor works by allowing the user to trim clips and arrange them in a timeline, which is very similar to early versions of iMovie. Additionally, you can make audio a completely different track, and when finished editing, of course, you can publish your clip directly to YouTube.
Have you tried YouTube’s new editing tools? Thoughts?
To find out how we can help you with your next video production or video editing projects, call or email us today!Video Production Chicago