YouTube recently re-did their layout (much to my dismay, but that's another story) and as I was searching for a clip of mine that I had intended to add subtitles on, I stumbled across some other features you can add to your videos!
As you can see, both “Lomo-ish” and cross-process coloring is available to add as a filter to your videos! You can find this feature by going into your personal account, find your listed clips and hit the button that says Edit video, or something similar, my account is in Swedish. There’s plenty of interesting filters to add, and it’s very easy – so no more messing around in bad, cheap editing programs!
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written by Kwyn Kenaz Aquino on 2015-05-25 in #gear#news
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