YouTube Shorts, a short video feature from YouTube that allows you to share 15 seconds of video, was launched by Google on Tuesday. Familiar? Yes, we have yet another TeakTalk competitor, this time from Google, even after Instagram’s expansion of reels from the US to India. This is a market that Google has been eyeing for YouTube shorts since it launched the new feature in early beta in India. With TikTok banned in India, it was a clear move, and as the app faces challenges in the US, YouTube can be expected to bring shorts there next time.
In his Declaration, Google explained that it includes a new camera and a handful of editing tools that will expire in the next few weeks. The video is up to 15 seconds long, and can be seen on the YouTube homepage, which is seen on the new Shorts shelf as well as other parts of the YouTube app. YouTube also has one Post About the shorts, which begins by reminding us of famous viral videos, such as Charlie cut off my finger, Morning, And Lockdown trick shots.
The Create button has been moved to the lower bar of navigation for Android users in India, the post noted, and is how you can make shorts. According to the post, to check if you have access Tap on the “+” icon Then select Video. if you see Make a short video Then you have access to the shorts camera, which has features such as stringing multiple video clips, motion controls, timing and adding music to the clip.
Those who do not have access to the shorts camera can still upload vertical videos that are longer than 60 seconds with the hashtag #shorts in the title or description, and will still be highlighted on the YouTube homepage.
In a YouTube blog, Chris Jaffe, VP of Product Management for YouTube, noted that the shorts would expand to iOS and other countries soon, too, adding that more features would be added quickly to build.
There are rumors that YouTube was working on a TikTok clone, circling with facts from earlier this year All confirmed by june. Like Instagram, YouTube also comes with a huge built-in audience that quickly adopts shorts, but even though Instagram claims to make short videos to a large number of people, it hasn’t had the same cultural impact that Tiktok has. Did it Given how Google has struggled in the past to launch social networks, will YouTube shorts face a similar fate?
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