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YouTube create section features helpful video-making tools

Written by James Delahunty (Google+) @ 25 Mar 2011 21:57 User comments (2)

YouTube create section features helpful video-making tools Google Inc.'s YouTube video-sharing service has added tools to assist in the creation of video content.
The tools aim to help users who do not have a video camera or any video creation/editing experience. A beta of www.youtube.com/create lets users work with three video creation tools that simplify the process.

"More than 35 hours of video are uploaded to YouTube every minute, and with the motto of 'Broadcast Yourself', it's hard to believe that anyone is left out of the YouTube experience," the YouTube blog states. "But the truth is, sites like YouTube do largely leave out people who don't have a video camera."

GoAnimate and Xtranormal allows users to create animated videos easily, and quickly, without requiring any experience with animation at all. Users can produce animated videos that feature a text storylike. Stupeflix on the other hand, lets users upload their own photos, clips maps and music to make video slideshows and presentations.

The tools are free to use through the youtube.com/create beta, though some tools offer premium options on their own websites.

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2 user comments

126.3.2011 12:04

guess itll be ok for noobs

21.4.2011 15:32

1 min for free.
if you want 720p it'll cost you 5 bucks!

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