You Can now Trim and ShareDifferent Parts of Videos
YouTube has created a new tool to capture and distribute video and live streaming momentum. Clims on YouTube can only be seen on platforms where the test is conducted live for a limited number of creators beginning today as part of the first test. You can then click on this tool and choose from their videos and streams a 5-second to 60-second section.
By dragging the slider, you can change the clip length within the defined limits. Once a clip is made, you can add a title and share it via a new URL, embed code, text, or email across different platforms.
DUE TO POPULAR DEMAND...— Ryan Wyatt (@Fwiz) January 28, 2021
We are launching a new product on @YouTube
🚨 CLIPS 🚨
It’s in experiment on a limited number of channels, but we recognize how important this feature is to Viewers, Creators, and Publishers for both Live and VOD!
Read more: https://t.co/STKjOfCMco https://t.co/BUtAWi6BzZ
YouTube surely respires a sigh of relief by actually finding a simple way to do what a video editor will normally need to achieve.
It has been released on desktop and Android, which is expected for an iOS update shortly.
Ryan Wyatt, YouTube’s head of gaming, said clipping is a highly sought-after tool. YouTube also promised to release Clips updates based on early adopters reviews.