This mobile app offers a range of video editing tools, including precision editing, automatic captioning, voiceover capabilities, and access to a library of filters, effects, transitions, and royalty-free music.
Video production for content creators
The app also incorporates beat-matching technology, allowing creators to produce YouTube videos directly from their mobile phones without the need for complex editing software.
YouTube Create aims to address common challenges faced by content creators, streamlining the editing process and providing access to creative tools like stickers, GIFs, and effects.
The development of this app was informed by feedback from content creators about their specific challenges.
In a blog post announcing the app, YouTube stated that their goal is to make video production simpler and more accessible, enabling anyone to create and share content.
YouTube Create is currently in beta for Android users in select markets and is free to use.
To use the tool, creators can add their video clips and utilize various editing tools to create their content.
They can preview splits and trim clips while assembling their videos, and the app offers thousands of stickers, GIFs, and effects to enhance their content.
YouTube also mentioned that they will be testing an experimental feature called ‘Dream Screen’ later this year.
Dream Screen will allow creators to generate AI-generated video or image backgrounds for their Shorts by simply entering an idea into a prompt. This feature aims to expand the creative possibilities for content creators.
In the future, YouTube plans to introduce additional features that will enable users to instantly reimagine their videos by entering ideas for content editing or remixing existing YouTube videos to create entirely new content.