After a months-long banned beta program, short YouTube formats are calling themselves France and the Hundred.
In September 2020, YouTube Announced The release of its YouTube shorts service, which should occupy the territory of Dictok. This feature is available in beta within the video playback application, and is only available in a few countries, now in about a hundred countries, including France. It allows users of the site to create and publish ultra-short videos.
Mostly, YouTube conducted its first experiments in India, then in the United States, Canada and Latin America. The recipe seems to be working as the company expands its program and has more than 6.5 billion views every day. French beta users can try this from July 14th. Shorts are videos that can last up to 60 seconds, providing the opportunity to add text and sound and visual effects. Speaking of which, creators can now use audio clips from YouTube videos, which were not previously allowed.
Millions of songs are also available from more than 250 labels, but the length of videos is reduced to 15 seconds due to copyright. Google has finally announced that its support funding for creators with $ 100 million in 2021 and 2022 will soon be expanded to these new locations where shorts will be available.
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