YouTube announced a massive upgrade at VidCon tonight. Here’s what’s coming for YouTube creators.
To help you manage your videos on the go, the new YouTube Creator Studio app lets you see analytics, manage your videos and more. The app is available now on Android and launching in the coming weeks on iOS and you’ll see a redesign of the Creator Studio on desktop too.
YouTube has also added thousands of royalty-free sound effects at your disposal. More tracks have also been added 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 support is launched for 48 and even 60 frames per second in the coming months.
YouTube is also picking up on the public broadcasting model used by content creators on services like Kickstarter, Indiegogo and Patreon by letting fans contribute money to support your channel at any time.
In the coming months, your fans will be able to submit translations in any language based on the subtitles or captions you’ve created, helping you reach even more viewers.
In the near future, you’ll see YouTube’s new interactive information cards with a clean look, which can be programmed to work across desktop, phones and tablets.
YouTube also teamed up with satellite radio provider SiriusXM to launch “The YouTube 15,” a weekly show on SiriusXM’s Hits 1 channel (channel 2) hosted by YouTube celebrity Jenna Marbles and featuring the “biggest names and rising stars” in the YouTube music community.
Along with the playlist analytics recently added, expect to see more ways to create playlists in the video service, so that all the time you spend building them translates into easier discovery for viewers and better results for the creator.
Source: Youtube Creator Blog