When it comes to online video, there is the one and only YouTube. Whether you are looking for a quick how-to like how to remove the back of the Xiaomi Mi4 or just looking for the next episode of that illusive show which you can only seem to find on YouTube, the video streaming site has it all. That is largely due to how well users have taken to the service. Everyone uploads to YouTube and as such there is more homemade content there than you can shake a stick at.
An update to the YouTube Android app is set to roll out that'll prompt users to trim their videos to capture the best moments before sharing. It's a feature that most Android phones have buried somewhere in the gallery app, but it's still nice to see YouTube making an effort to help users shoot and share better video. The update is rolling out now, but it might not be live yet for all users. When you get it, just please make sure you shoot your videos in portrait.
Using the feature is also surprisingly simple. Once you begin the process of uploading a video, as soon as the video has been selected you will see the new timeline editing feature show up. From here, you will have a typical start and end point cursor and you can simply drag the two cursors to the points to which you want the video to be edited. Once they are in place, the video is automatically trimmed down to the new timeframe.
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There is even a preview mode included so you can quickly check the new length of the video to make sure you are not missing any important content prior to going live. So, all-in-all, not a bad additional feature. If you want to know more than you can check out the full YouTube Google+ posting by clicking the source link below.