YouTube is not just for viewing or sending video. The online service Google goes far beyond. Indeed, eg YouTube offers options to create a slideshow, create a slow effect, add an annotation, or change privacy settings. History to go around with you, here are 7 powerful tools to experiment on YouTube …
1. Creating a slideshow
Unlike some free online services, YouTube offers no time limit other than the standard limit of 15 minutes. The photo slideshow allows you to specify how long each image is displayed, use an annotation tool, and add a title, a description and music. Everything is quick and simple drag and drop.
2. Creating a slower effect
Here is a recent option, output end in May 2013 Unveiled on the YouTube blog., It allows a few clicks to create a slow motion video effect. The video editor is easy to use since it offers slow down the action at 50%, 25%, or 12.5% of the original speed.
3. Blurring all faces in a video
The “Blurring all faces” option to preserve the anonymity of those who appear in your video. To do this, go to “Additional Features” and select “Apply”. The result is automatic.
4. Add Annotation
To make your video a little more interactive, you can add an annotation. This is done through text balloon, note, title, spotlight effect or text. By going to “Annotations” then “Add Annotation”, you can add text, links, and informed about your video areas. They help you to enrich the viewing of your video by adding information that can attract the interest of users and create interactions.
5. Add subtitle
Subtitles allow a wider audience to enjoy your content, including web deaf, hearing impaired or foreign. To add subtitles to your video, you must first create a subtitle or transcript.
6. Add a song to your video
You can add a new audio track to your video. Click the music note in the top left of the editing application to view the library of pre-approved securities. You can browse through the different audio tracks by searching or filtering tracks by artist or genre. Once you have found the way that suits you drag in the timeline.
7. Modify privacy settings
A video posted is set by default as a “Public” video, that is to say, it can be viewed by all users. You can easily change the privacy settings in the online video in the “Privacy Settings” section. Note that a private video can only be viewed by you and be shared with 50 other users maximum. The video does not feature on your channel or in search results or in your playlists.
Do you know other effective tools to experiment on YouTube?