Almost a year after the release of the YouTube Capture app for iOS, it is still nowhere to be found on Android. Meanwhile, the iOS app has had an update that brings Vine-like recording and advanced video-editing tools.
In Vine, you record a video by tapping and holding the red button, while releasing the button stops it recording. YouTube Capture 2.0 now has a similar mechanism so that users can shoot short clips and stitch them together easily. Of course, you can still use the old-school method of tapping once to start recording and tapping again to stop. There’s no limit on the length of the video clips to record, unlike Vine’s 6-second limit or Instagram’s 15 seconds.
All of the short clips you shoot appear together in a small bubble at the top-right corner, which you can tap to start editing them into a single video. In the video editing mode, you can tap any clip to trim it, drag-and-drop clips to rearrange the order, or simply remove it. You can also add an existing clip or video from your device’s storage into the new arrangement.
What’s a video without music? Hit the ‘Add Music’ button and you will be given an option to add a track that’s stored on your device or choose from the copyright-free soundtracks YouTube has provided .
When you’re done, tap the Arrow, give it a title and upload the video to YouTube, along with selecting which networks to share it on. You’d also do well to remember these 5 tips to gain more followers on YouTube.
YouTube Capture 2.0 can be downloaded for free from the App Store.
Source: The Next Web