YouTube released the YouTube Create mobile editing app
YouTube introduced a new editing app for mobile Creators to help accelerate the production of both Shorts and long-form videos. In terms of video editing, YouTube Create includes options such as cutting, clipping, and cropping, as well as speeding up and slowing down video. Its goal is to make it simple to merge videos, images, and music by providing over 40 transitions to pick from.
Saturation and brightness adjustments, as well as the use of filters and effects, are additional fundamentals. A collection of emojis, stickers, and GIFs is also available, along with hundreds of fonts and dynamic text effects.
Additionally, the app will provide users access to YouTube’s collection of tunes that are available without a license, allowing creators to select from thousands of songs to enhance their videos.
According to YouTube, all of these tracks are copyright-safe, allowing producers to earn money from their videos without worry. Besides, the program will sync the video clips and music rhythms to keep everything on time, a feature made popular by TikTok.
The app can also automatically create subtitles that can be added to the video with a click of a button and do audio cleanup to eliminate undesirable background noises.
For sharing across different formats, you may choose between portrait, landscape, square, and other aspect ratios throughout the export process. There’s also an option of uploading it to YouTube directly.
YouTube Create has released its Android beta in eight countries including the United States, the United Kingdom, France, Germany, South Korea, Indonesia, India, and Singapore. While for iOS, it is expected to arrive this coming 2024.
In a video of Think Media on YouTube, they asked a YouTube employee who also worked on YouTube Create if they would be bringing this app on desktop, unfortunately, the employee said that they wanted to focus on mobile since a lot of people have mobile phones. Hopefully, they will launch a desktop version of it for versatility because it is easy to edit on a computer.