Got several sweet footage you can’t hold on to upload to YouTube, however feel the actual content material looks a little bad? Or maybe you just want to add an electric blue filter or tip the whole video on its side 90 degrees? Well, way back in September of last year, YouTube unveiled a basic editor for self-broadcasters like you.
This editor really is simple, providing about the same functions as that one-window wonder, Microsof company Image Manager. Still, the fact is, YouTube’s on-line editor lets you edit already uploaded videos while also maintaining the same video IDs, making it possible to hold onto view counts and comments.
Youtube . com developed it’s on-site editor to work directly from your own channel web page. This way you can modify every video clip displaying on your channel, regardless of whether it’s an old or brand new add. Here’s how it works:
Step1. Upload your own video clips to YouTube.
Step2. On the uploaded file list, next to your video’s thumbnail, click the dropdown arrow located next to the ‘Edit’ button, select ‘Enhancements’ from the dropdown menu.
Step3. You will see the editing workspace as follow.
You can edit video with these features.
– Stabilize hand-held footage
– Rotate videos
– Boost colors / contrast. (The “I’m Feeling Lucky” button provides 1-click color correction.)
– Add filters (including black and white, sepia, cartoon, etc.)
– Trim excess footage
Once done editing, all you have to do is click “save” to begin processing video edits.