YouTube Releases A Build-in Editing Tool

Google-belonged video sharing hub YouTube is rolling out an editing tool that lets creators of videos change their works after uploading them.

With this newly-added feature, users can shave off some frames, change the soundtrack, stabilize or rotate their video, modify contrast and colors, and even add new effects. Once the changes are done and the result is satisfying, the edited video can be saved with the same ID, thus replacing the older version.

A YouTube spokesman said simply that the company was "eager to hear feedback on this launch," and that there were no additional announcements about feature updates.


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