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YouTube is targeting TikTok with a new 15-second video recording feature

26/06/2020

Facebook and Instagram are both trying their hand at short-video platforms to rival TikTok, with Lasso and Reels. So why should YouTube feel left out? The video streaming company is now experimenting with a new feature that will let you record 15-second videos. Earlier this week, YouTube said it’s letting some...
Facebook and Instagram are both trying their hand at short-video platforms to rival TikTok, with Lasso and Reels. So why should YouTube feel left out? The video streaming company is now experimenting with a new feature that will let you record 15-second videos. Earlier this week, YouTube said it’s letting some people record short videos with this feature called multi-segment videos. It is rolling out the test to some users on both iOS and Android. The idea is to record 15-second clips that will eventually merge into one video. YouTube’s announcement suggested that this feature will let creators record multiple clips… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: YouTube Facebook and Instagram are both trying their hand at short-video platforms to rival TikTok, with Lasso and Reels. So why should YouTube feel left out? The video streaming company is now experimenting with a new feature that will let you record 15-second videos. Earlier this week, YouTube said it’s letting some people record short videos with this feature called multi-segment videos. It is rolling out the test to some users on both iOS and Android. The idea is to record 15-second clips that will eventually merge into one video. YouTube’s announcement suggested that this feature will let creators record multiple clips… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: YouTube
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