YouTube Create arrives, the official YouTube mobile application for creating videos from your own mobile devices. For now it is launched in beta phase for Android devices in the US, UK, France and Germany, South Korea and Indonesia markets.
Presented through the Made On YouTube celebration to make it easy for anyone to create videos for YouTube.
Free application, easy to use, and with the necessary tools
From the Google video platform they point out that it is a free application that houses editing tools, effects, filters and transitions, available through an intuitive and easy-to-use interface, avoiding the use of complex applications or desktop applications.
It also offers access to royalty-free music and sound effects
Among the current possibilities is the cleaning of background noise in the audio, the automatic addition of subtitles (with support for English, Hindi and Spanish), and even access to thousands of royalty-free songs and sound effects, ideal for the use in monetizable videos.
And being an application aimed at bringing video creations to YouTube, whether short-form or long-form, it also makes it easy to publish videos on your own channel with the simple touch of a button.
Users will also be able to choose the aspect ratio and file format when exporting their work.
Deployment to more markets in the coming months, already iOS in 2024
From YouTube they are planning to bring YouTube Create to more markets, and by 2024 it will also reach the iOS platform, all to make it easier for anyone to create their own videos in an easy and intuitive way.
Generative AI will power new features on YouTube
But in addition, Made on YouTube has also presented some functions powered by generative Artificial Intelligence that will help content creators. They point out that during the next year, YouTube Studio will have a tool that will allow you to generate video ideas and draft outlines.
For its part, Creator Music will also have an assisted search tool next year to locate the right music track to use in each video.
And the integration of Aloud technology allows creators to bring their content to broader audiences by making it publicly available in different languages, since it is an automatic audio dubbing tool.
More information: Made on YouTube