YouTube unveiled a brand new app for content creators called YouTube Create this morning. The app will provide users with access to a suite of free and user-friendly tools that will enable them to create both shorter and lengthier videos. The editing process and the ability to harness creative tools, like as stickers, GIFs, and effects, are two of the obstacles that content creators encounter, and the application tries to address these challenges.
The business claims that in the process of developing the new app, it consulted with 3,000 different creators and created it based on the feedback they provided.
Creators would begin the process of making their video by first adding their footage, then selecting from a variety of editing tools to employ in the process. While users are putting together a video, they have the ability to use the app to perform actions such as preview splits and cut their footage. Within the app, you’ll also have access to a plethora of effects, as well as tens of thousands of stickers and GIFs.
Additionally, the app will enable access to YouTube’s collection of royalty-free tunes, allowing content producers to choose from thousands of songs that are available to use in conjunction with their films. According to the corporation, none of these tracks violate any copyrights, which means that content producers can confidently monetize their films. In addition, the programme will synchronise the beats of the song with the video clips so that everything remains in time. This is a function that was made popular by the app TikTok.
Additionally, the programme is able to perform audio cleanup by removing undesired background sounds, automatically produce captions that can be added to the video by simply tapping a button, and export the completed product to the user’s own YouTube channel.
The concept of providing a distinct app for creation is one that is widely supported throughout the creator community. In spite of the plethora of built-in effects that TikTok offers, for instance, many content creators choose to use CapCut, another creative tool developed by ByteDance, to create their TikTok films.
The beta version of the new application can now be downloaded in eight different countries around the world. The app will initially be accessible for Android. (The United States, Germany, France, the United Kingdom, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, India, Korea, and Singapore).
The firm has stated that it intends to continue developing the app with additional features and making it available to a greater number of producers over time.