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New at YouTube >> YouTube Remixer, YouTube Mobile

Things have surely happened at YouTube last week. Three of them include : YouTube Remixer, YouTube Mobile & YouTube integration with Google Account. Here's a brief overview of each of them.

YouTube Remixer
Officially launched last week, YouTube Remixer is an online video editing tool that lets you edit videos on YouTube directly from your browser.
The Remixer allows users to add graphics, text, audio, overlays and transitions to YouTube videos. This video editing tool is powered by Adobe.
A similar service is provided by Photobucket's remix tool which is also powered by Adobe.

YouTube Mobile Goes Live
A mobile version of YouTube has been officially launched, thus bringing the popular video sharing site to the cell phone.
Before proceeding, users will be warned "YouTube Mobile is a data intensive application. We highly recommend that you upgrade to an unlimited data plan with your mobile service provider to avoid additional charges."
You can access YouTube for mobile from Presently, only a few limited videos are available on YouTube Mobile.

YouTube with your Google Account
You can now link your YouTube account to your Google account. What this means is signing in to YouTube with your Google username/password.

To link both of them, first Signup to link YouTube with your Google Account. Once signed in, you'll notice the 'Link Accounts' section. Provide your YouTube username and password to link both accounts.
An option to unlink both these accounts is also provided. Once unlinked, you can login to YouTube with your old username/password.

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posted by Vijeesh Ravindran, Tuesday, June 19, 2007