People around the world who are familiar with the might of YouTube as a video sharing service are also aware of the unbelievably large amounts of footage that is uploaded on the service. On an average, YouTube boasts of over 35 hours of videos uploaded on it every minute. Needless to mention that this influx of content is aided to a large degree by the integration of the service with cellphones, tablets and even cameras which makes sharing very convenient for the users. However, despite all this there are still a lot of people who do not have access to recording equipment to avail of the network and YouTube is now trying to help them out with its announcements today.
A new portal has just been launched by the site at the address YouTube.com/create which lets users design video clips on their own by using Stupeflix, GoAnimate and Xtranormal which are services that let people create custom videos themselves by using custom speech, virtual avatars and many other similar options. All these third party apps have now been integrated into YouTube. When a user chooses one of these, they are led straight to their interface for editing the video where they can tailor a video free of cost. Premium options are also offered by each of these services which provide users with added functionalities and more content in the form of more sounds, animations, etc on the payment of a premium.
According to YouTube, the relationship between its new partners is not financial and they have been incorporated because the company wants to give everyone a chance to participate equally on the site. While it was already possible for users to create videos on these separate services and then post it on YouTube, this will make the whole process a lot easier.