TikTok is one of the most popular short video-sharing platforms in the world. Its rapid growth and popularity prompted other social media companies to launch their competitors to this service. While Facebook launched Reels on Instagram, Snapchat launched Spotlight and Google launched Shorts on YouTube. The feature first made a debut in India last year. Gradually, the company expanded its presence to 26 countries across the globe in the beginning of this year. The list includes the US, Canada, UK among others. Now, YouTube is making its TikTok rival available in more countries across the globe.
The Verge reports that the YouTube Shorts is presently available “in excess of 100 nations across the globe” wherein YouTube is available. With YouTube Shorts being available in an ever-increasing number of nations, more limited recordings are probably going to be accessible on the video-sharing stage all the more much of the time. For the unenlightened, YouTube Shorts allows clients to make short-structure recordings that are as long as 60 seconds in length. The Feature is available in both YouTube Android and iOS-based applications.
1: Tap on the Plus symbol and afterward tap on the camera symbol.
2: To make you’re Short more than 15 seconds, tap 15 over the record catch to record as long as 60 seconds.
3: You can change the speed of the video by tapping on the Speed button.
4: To record a clasp, hold the catch or tap it to begin recording and afterward again to stop.
5: Tap the Done fasten to see and improve your video.
6: Tap the NEXT catch to add subtleties to your video.
7: Once you are finished adding subtleties Tap UPLOAD to wrap up.
It is significant that while YouTube is trying different things with more limited video designs, TikTok, the online media stage that began the pattern of short recordings is trying long-structure recordings. It as of late significantly increased its greatest video length to three minutes.