After so many exciting announcements at the Google I/O’ 14, Google (NASDAQ: GOOG) introduced some of the exciting updates for the YouTube. The makers of YouTube today announced some of the new features for its creators and viewers both. Now a channel along with some exciting features such as royalty free music and 60 fps video, receives donations and subtitles from the viewers.
The video website today announced an all new YouTube Creator Studio to help the authors with the analytic reports. The studio, just like the Google Analytics, will reflect the statistics about how many viewers are watching the video and from which country or region. A creators would now be more aware of the content users are interested or talking about.
However, the big news here is that YouTube now offers royalty free sound tracks and videos at 60 fps. YouTube lifted almost every barrier for the creators who upload gaming videos by introducing the videos at 60 fps and so that can show the viewers the high end performance of a gaming title and also there is not going to be a need of creating the music from scratch or spending few extra bugs in purchasing royalty music.
The blog stated, “You’ve used the hundreds of free songs in the Audio Library on millions of your videos. But until now, you’ve had to go through extreme lengths to make your own zombie screams and fighter plane sounds. To make your lives easier and videos better, from today you now have thousands of royalty-free sound effects at your disposal. We’ve also added more tracks to the Audio Library.”
“Your video game footage with crazy high frame rates will soon look as awesome on YouTube as it does when you’re playing, when we launch support for 48 and even 60 frames per second in the coming months. Take a look at some preview videos on the YT Creator Channel. Make sure you’re watching in HD!” they included.