TikTok-like voiceover feature

Back in 2020, YouTube launched Shorts as a direct rival to the rapidly growing TikTok. The 60-second videos, which users can edit within the app with some basic filters, captions, and color correction will now take in a new feature from ByteDance’s short video app. YouTube Shorts is now adding a TikTok-like voiceover feature, which will allow users to change the voice of videos without using a third-party video editing app.


Google is Now Working on TikTok-like Voiceover Feature for YouTube Shorts 


Furthermore, XDA-Developers found hints of that in the code of a beta version of the app. Supposedly, YouTube is adding a dedicated button of TikTok-like voiceover feature that allows you to record a track and easily overlay it before uploading. YouTube hasn’t shared any official plans about the feature so we don’t know when it will arrive just yet.


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Currently, the YouTube app on Android only allows the user to add sounds from YouTube’s own library to Shorts, and if someone wants to add a custom audio clip, they have to use a third-party video editor. The TikTok-like voiceover feature is not live in the latest YouTube beta version for Android and the firm hasn’t shared any official details regarding it, but it can be expected to learn more once the feature launches with a new beta release.


Google Had Set Up $100 Million Fund to reward Creators for Viral Content


This TikTok-like voiceover feature is Google’s response to Instagram’s Reels and TikTok. Last year, the company set up a $100 million fund to reward creators for their viral videos throughout 2021-2022. Video streaming giant, YouTube then said the amount that creators can earn from Shorts will depend on viewership and engagement for their videos.


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