YouTube has always been idiot-proof to use: you just upload your video, assign it some tags, and watch
tens millions of hits flood in. But the lack of any more whizzy editing options has always been a source of frustration to keener users, especially as rival video-sharing sites unveiled their own video remixing tools.
Well, YouTube has sorted that problem with the launch of YouTube Remixer. It lets you add titles and transitions to your videos, or mash them up using a drag’n’drop timeline. I’m hoping there’s a much-needed option to rotate videos that you accidentally shot in portrait mode too.
YouTube’s new tool is based on Adobe Premiere Express, and you can try it out via the link below.