Google has just launched a new free application in the App Store to compliment the YouTube application. The new application is called YouTube Capture and it allows you to easily shoot and upload videos to YouTube all in one place.
Users that use YouTube as a way to get information out to their subscribers, or share videos with their friends and family, may want to give this application a shot. It comes with editing features as well as the convenience of shooting videos and uploading them in the same place.
The recording screen is very barebones. There’s nothing to the interface except for a record button that shows the amount of runtime and four frame decals on the corners of the display.
The application includes editing features, such as auto-stabilization, auto-color correction, trimming, and the ability to add YouTube soundtracks. There are also a variety of sharing options for Twitter, Facebook, and Google+. You can also adjust the privacy settings of the video, such as public, private, unlisted, etc.
The YouTube capture application is a step up from iOS 6’s built-in YouTube upload feature. iOS only allows you to set the piravy setting of the video, a category, tags, video quality, and a video description. It has no video editing options to speak of, so it’s interesting to see how Google has once again tiptoed around Apple’s limitations using the App Store.
The application is fully compatible with the iPhone 5 and iPod touch 5G's four-inch display right out of the box. If you want to grab YouTube Capture, you can get it for free from this link
Sources: App Store