YouTube first introduced its editing tool for YouTube video around this time last year, and now editing videos on YouTube is even easier.
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Thursday, the company rolled out an updated and simplified interface for editing clips. The editor now has a quick-view for all of the available filters, and as you’re editing your video you can check out a real-time interactive preview of any enhancements you’ve made.
YouTube's video editor offers many of the same features you might find in traditional editors such as the ability to add a soundtrack or transitions between clips. Unlike most other editors, however, you are still limited to just one video track rather than several -- and you are unable to control how long transitions last between clips.
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Until your video reaches 10,000 views, you can revert back to the original unedited version at any time. After you pass the 10,000 mark, you can still access your original upload and save it under a new name, but your edited version will be stuck the way it is.
The updated YouTube video editor is gradually rolling out to all YouTube users. You can check out the new features by clicking the Video Manager button followed by Edit and then Enhancements.
What do you think of the updated editing service? Let us know your thoughts in the comments.
This story originally published on Mashable here.
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