Washington: American streaming giant YouTube might be introducing a custom voiceover feature to its Shorts soon. YouTube Shorts is a new feature within the YouTube app that was introduced by the streaming giant in 2020. A direct rival to TikTok, this feature of the Google-owned app allows users to create short videos (lasting no longer than 60 seconds) on their phones.
YouTube introduced Shorts back in 2020 as a direct rival to the rapidly growing TikTok. The 60-second videos, which you can edit within the app with some basic filters, captions and color correction will now borrow a new feature from the ByteDance’s network. It appears you will soon be able to change the voiceover without using a third-party video editing app.
As per GSM Arena, the company is now borrowing a new feature from the ByteDance’s network which will soon allow users to be able to change the voiceover without using a third-party video editing app. For the unversed, the app itself holds some basic filters, captions and colour correction for users to edit their 60-second videos.
Reportedly, YouTube is adding a dedicated button that allows users to record a track and easily overlay it before uploading. YouTube hasn’t shared any official plans about the feature, so it is not clear when the feature will be rolled out.
(With Inputs from ANI)