Lots of people are now using YouTube as a platform to not just express themselves and share what they’re passionate about whether it is in the form of art, music or DIY projects on videos; but most of them are actually making money off of it. These people are called YouTube creators.
If you’re one of them, then you might want to stick around to learn more about the proper way of uploading your videos containing music. Because let’s face it, your video material will not be complete without the right music or sound that’ll go with it.
An explainer video is a short video, usually up to three minutes long, which explains a product or service you are trying to sell. However, explainer videos vary from traditional advertising approaches, mainly by how they are delivered to the target audience. While you may rarely see them on TV, they are quite common on websites, social media, and video hosting sites like YouTube. If done right, explainer videos can be monetized, have a higher rate of success when compared to static advertising, and are often spread by word of mouth through social media.
On September 20, 2017, Google discontinued it’s proprietary YouTube video editor, leaving users scrambling to find a suitable replacement so they may continue producing videos for their channels. In this article, we will discuss some free, and paid, alternatives to the YouTube Video editor, so you can begin making high-quality videos for your YouTube Channel.