How to Edit a Video in YouTube?
Editing parts of video in YouTube
You can make use of several Video Editor Tools for putting together clips for creating new videos and publish them on YouTube with a single click. All of the uploads which you make will automatically get added to the Video Editor. You can combine numerous videos and images which you have uploaded for creating a new video. The clips can also be trimmed to customized lengths. You can also add music to your video from a library of approved tracks. The clips can be customized with special tools & effects.
Info & setting
First and foremost, you will need to go to the channel’s Video Manager. You will come across a list of uploaded videos. Find out the video you want to edit, click edit under video title. On Info & Settings page, you will come across three tabs on the basis of your account type. You can change the video title, description, tags, category and privacy on Basic Info. Most of the characters can be utilized to fill information in video fields (title or description) apart from angle brackets.
In order to monetize your content, look for options to monetize your video. Go to Advanced Settings; change the comments permissions, 3 D video options, recording date, video location, caption, and license & subscriber notification preferences. In case you add a video location for a public video, this detail will be available on YouTube and other Google based platforms. It can also surface in other apps or across the web through different developer APIs.
In Enhancement, you can edit your video with quick fixes, filters and blurring effects. In this features, you do the slow motion, trim the video and change the color temperature, Contrast, Saturation, Fill Light and time laps.
This can be a bit tricky since YouTube has been optimized to work well with the specific type of file formats. Though you can upload other types of files, they can cause damage. The formats which are supported on YouTube include MOV, AVI, FLV, WMV, 3GPP, .MPEG4 and WebMD files. All of them are supported on video cameras, digital camera recorders and video cameras.
End Screen & Annotations
You can create viewership with strong end screens to your videos that can be shown on mobiles & desktops. End screens from the last 5-20 seconds of any video. A video needs to have at least 25 seconds long to have an end screen.
The Annotation tool lets you easily layer Title, Note, Labels, Speech Bubble and spotlights to your videos. (Note: Annotations appear on standard YouTube players and embedded players, but they don’t appear on YouTube chromeless players, or on mobile, tablet, and TV devices).
You can add cards for adding interactivity to your videos. These cards can point viewers to a particular URL (from a list of ones that are eligible) and display titles, customized images and calls to action, depending on the type of card. Cards allow you to add a new layer of interactivity to your videos. In the Cards, you promote the another youtube channel, Promote a video or playlist, Encourage viewers to participate in a poll and Link to an approved website.
The Captions Editor can be used for making changes to text & time codes to your captions.