Users will now be able to string their videos together.
Without much of an announcement, YouTube has add a basic video editor to its site. The new tool will allow users to stitch together videos using clips already posted on the site. However, some of the popular features like Transitions are missing, although YouTube does say it may add them along with other features if there is enough demand. AudioSwap feature remains intact allowing users to add a soundtrack from both famous and independent songs library.
Users can get access to editor via the TestTube.