Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Stay connected with your fans on the go with YouTube Capture

Arnold Schwarzenegger is sharing famous movie quotes from the road, iJustine is sharing her Chipotle order before a flight to NYC, the Special Olympics are sharing highlights from a flag football game and Toby Turner is sharing lessons on how to laugh like a pixie (from the heart of course). These creators are using YouTube Capture to make and share videos with their subscribers on the go, and if you haven’t tried it yet, today’s a great day to give it a shot.



On top of easily recording and sharing videos of any length with your subscribers from your iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch, YouTube Capture now lets you film, trim, and edit together multiple clips, and add music from the YouTube Audio Library or your iTunes library. You can then share your new video on YouTube and your Facebook, Google+ and Twitter all at the same time.

So vlog on, cut the boring parts with multiclip editing, add cool stuff like your own music and color correction, and share videos with your fans from anywhere. To get started, download YouTube Capture for free, and learn more about today’s updates here.

David Patierno, Software Engineer, recently filmed “Prospect Park.”