YouTube first introduced the ability to edit its videos to users back in 2010, and a couple of years have already passed since then – wither the kind of updates that helps keep YouTube ahead of the times? Well, we are glad to say that the YouTube video editor has just received an update, making the act of editing videos on YouTube a whole lot easier. Sporting an updated and simplified user interface for editing clips in the latest version of the editor, it will even come accompanied by a quick-view feature for all of the available filters, allowing you to experience real-time interactive preview of any enhancements or changes that you have applied to the particular video.
Not only that, you are also able to include a soundtrack or introduce transitions between clips. Too bad there are still limitations built in, such as being able to have just one video track rather than several, and you do not have a say on the length of its transitions between clips. Bear in mind that until your video reaches 10,000 views, you are able to return to the original unedited version at any time. The moment your video surpasses the 10,000 mark, you will not lose accessto the original upload where it can be saved under a new name, but the edited version will remain as it is, until the apocalypse happens or YouTube crashes, whichever comes first.
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