YouTube on Wednesday began rolling out a new video editing feature that allows users to edit their YouTube clips directly through the website.
Since the editing program allows users to maintain their video IDs they won’t lose view counts and comments, while existing links to their videos from other sources will continue to operate as meant they always have.
To use the program users simply click on the “Edit Video” option from the video’s page or through their “My Videos” page.
In an official YouTube blog post Software Engineer John Gregg explains some of the features which include the ability to stablize hand-held footage, rotate videos and boost the colors and contract for videos. Users can even use the “I’m Feeling Lucky” feature to try out one-click color correction. [Read more…]