Thursday, June 17, 2010

How to Use YouTube's New Video Editor

Yesterday, YouTube launched a new video editor. It's a simple tool that allows you to upload raw video files then trim them down. You can also use the video editor to create mash-ups of the videos you've uploaded to YouTube. The editor also allows you to add soundtracks to your videos. Below you'll see a short tutorial I made about how to use YouTube's video editor.

Learn more about YouTube's video editor in the video below.

AudioSwap is the new YouTube music gallery that you can use to add to soundtracks to your videos. It's important to note that any soundtrack you add to your video will override your original audio. Learn more about AudioSwap in the video below.

Here are some related items that may be of interest to you:
Free 33 Page Guide - Google for Teachers
Beyond Google - Improve Your Search Results
Free Guide - Making Videos on the Web