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What is YouTube Shorts & How to Create YouTube Shorts Video?

What is YouTube Shorts & How to Create YouTube Shorts Video?
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YouTube has launched a new short-form video called YouTube Shorts in which you can make videos of 15 seconds or less. Here creators and artists can shoot short, catchy and entertaining videos from their mobiles. You can record your videos with the large library of songs & string multiple video clips together. While recording, you can control the speed of the video and also get a feature of countdown & timer.

It is currently available on the beta version and continues to add more features and expand to more countries in the coming years. YouTube encourages creators and artists to upload their short videos to start getting discovered. Every month 2 billion+ people’s come on YouTube to laugh & learn and if you make videos on YouTube Shorts then you will be able to connect with more people. You can watch videos like TikTok by swiping them vertically & discover other similar short videos.

Currently, it will be launched first for Android and later for ios. It will currently not available for PCs, notebook, Apple iPhone and iPad users. Meanwhile, a row has been added on YouTube homepage from where you can watch YouTube shorts videos. After banning of TikTok in India, a lot of short video-making apps have come up to replace TikTok. Recently, Instagram has also launched a Reels in which you can make short videos.

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How to Create YouTube Shorts Video?

To create YouTube Shorts, firstly you have to open the YouTube app and then clicking on the + icon and select the Create a short option. Now you can make a video and edit it according to your own and upload the video on your channel. Either you can shoot the new video or upload the previously created video.

How to Create YouTube Shorts If You don’t have Access to the Shorts Camera?

If you don’t have access to the short camera, yet you can upload vertical videos which are less than 60 seconds using the hashtag #Shorts in the title or description. This means if you don’t have shorts camera access, you can still make YouTube shorts.