YouTube Shorts: Google launched YouTube Shorts in September 2020. In competition with TikTok, YouTube Shorts was launched, and it is now used in over 100 countries. YouTube Shorts allows users to create 60-second videos.
YouTube Shorts had very few features when it first launched, but now it has features like colour correction for filters and automatic captions. The company is now planning to include a voice-over feature in YouTube Shorts. Content creators must currently use audio from YouTube’s library.
YouTube is testing voice-overs for the Shorts app, according to XDA Developers. The testing app’s APK file has also surfaced. On YouTube Shorts beta version 17.04.32, the voice over feature was visible.
Users will have a separate button for voice over, according to the report. To add custom audio clips, content creators must currently use a third-party video editor. At this time, YouTube has not provided any official information about the new feature.
Although Instagram has surpassed Tiktok in terms of popularity, Instagram reels and YouTube shorts have benefited greatly as a result of Tiktok’s ban in India. YouTube released a 735-crore fund for creators last year.