Und weiter geht es mit spannenden Neuerungen aus dem Hause Google. Denn ab sofort können Nutzer ihre Videos auch kostenlos bei YouTube bearbeiten:
"Video editing usually requires installing software packages and having a fair amount of technical savvy. But we think video editing should be fun and easy, so we’re introducing a new tool that anyone could figure out: it’s an online video editor, now available in TestTube, our ideas incubator."
- Combine multiple videos you’ve uploaded to create a new video
- Trim the beginning and/or ending of your videos
- Add soundtracks from our AudioSwap library of thousands of songs
- Create new videos without worrying about formats and publish them
"The new video editor is really geared towards individuals who are taking video on a Flip camera or on their smartphones. If you’ve ever edited footage from one of these devices you know that depending on the type of camera and the version of your software, it can be a time-consuming process to make even just a few simple edits.
Editing the footage directly in the browser makes the process a lot faster and can fit in with workflows that might not always include a computer that is capable of running and has access to desktop software. The YouTube video editor won’t replace desktop video editors for bigger jobs or for users who want more control, but if you just want to loop a few movie clips together and trim the intro or outro of a movie, it’s perfect."
"Just two days ago I had a lengthy debate with some coworkers about video editing software. Despite each of us having our preferences, we all agreed that there weren’t enough simple video editing tools out there, and that it was keeping individuals and businesses out of video that were probably dying to get involved.
And how smart does YouTube look for going this route? Assuming the editor works well, as I’m sure it will, YouTube just reopened the world of online video to a large group of potential users that might have written it off. Make it easier for people to edit their videos and they might be more inclined to follow through with actually uploading and sharing them on YouTube. Brilliant."
Erst kürzlich hatte Google den Video-Marktplatz "Ad Creation Marketplace" in Dsutschland gestartet. Dazu spricht viel dafür, dass ausgewählte Nutzer auf YouTube demnächst auch Video-Live-Streams starten können, was nicht zuletzt dem Zukunftsmarkt Video-Live-Shopping neue Impulse verleihen dürfte.Passend dazu: