YouTube Launches New Video Editor
YouTube launched a new video editor that lets users create mash-up videos using snippets from the videos in their account. It also allows users to add music from the AudioSwap library. One catch though, is has been reported that the mix-up video might display ads if a user selects some of the audio files from the database.
The video king previously had a video editor for users, but it failed. The editor, launched back in 2007, was based on flash and was called Remixer. The service was tied to Adobe Premiere Express. It did allow for transitions and captions as well as images. However, due to its buggy and slow nature, it was axed.
SFGate.com did a great step by step tutorial of how to use the new editor.
Have you used it? What do you think? Leave your thoughts in the comments.