Do you want to combine 2 or more video clips into 1 video?
Perhaps you want to add an end screen to one of your old videos.
The YouTube video editor automatically adds all the uploads on your channel that can be combined as video clips. Up to 50 clips and 500 images can be added to a project to create a new video.
Here are the steps to combine multiple
videos clips using the YouTube Editor:
- Log into your YouTube channel
- Click on the profile picture
- Click creator studio
- Click video channel
- Select the video that you wish to edit
- Click edit
- Click on enhancements
- Down the bottom you’ll see “combine multiple clips and publish new videos Try The YouTube Video Editor”
- Click on “Try The YouTube Video Editor”
- Here you’ll see all the videos on your channel
- Select the video you wish to edit then drag it down to where it says “drag videos here”
- Drag your next video into the space beside your previous one
- I now have a a black space between the 2 videos
How do I remove the black space between video
clips so there is a smooth transition?
- The first video stops at 2.06
- So I click “split clip here”
- I want to start the second video at 2.06
- Delete the video clips containing black space
- Now you’ve completed combining 2 video clips into one new video
- Name your project then click “create video”
- Ok now it says “sit tight your video edits area being processed. Come back to this page in a little while”
- Click “video manager” to view the new video you created
- You’ll notice the new video is still being processed so click “edit”
- YouTube automatically puts in the description “I created this video with the YouTube Video Editor”
- So you can edit your title and edit your description and put in your tags
- Set it to private or public
- Click “save changes”
- That’s it!
Now you know how to combine multiple videos into
1 video using the YouTube Video Editor.
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