Many people edit YouTube videos that are not theirs. It can be a really fun and creative experience, but it is important to know how to edit a YouTube video so you don’t violate copyright laws or step on someone else’s toes. In this blog post, we will go over the basics of editing a YouTube video so you can do it too!
How to edit a youtube video that is not yours
First, you need to have a video that is of your own or edit one from someone else who gives you permission. If it isn’t edited in any way when you get the original file (video), then this will be easy because all videos can easily be imported into programs like Adobe Premiere Pro CC. However, if there are effects and filters and such that were already applied, then it will be a little more complicated.
How to Make a Change in Someone Else’s YouTube Video with These Simple Steps
YouTube is one of the most popular video websites on the internet. It’s no wonder that it has over a billion users and more than five million hours watched every day! With such viewership, there are bound to be some videos that catch your attention and you wish were yours for whatever reason. Luckily, YouTube allows editing other people’s work as long as you follow several steps.
First, edit the video in iMovie or another editing software like Final Cut Pro (Mac), Adobe Premiere (PC and Mac), and Avid (PC). While these programs will cost money to edit your YouTube videos with, they offer far more features than other free online editors such as Windows Movie Maker, YouTube Editor, and WeVideo. However, if you are looking for free edit software to edit a youtube video that is not yours with then I recommend using Videopixie.
How to edit a youtube video
Then upload the edited version of the YouTube video onto your computer or any other device where it can be accessed through iTunes on either an iPhone/iPad, Android, or a computer.
Finally, edit the video in iTunes by clicking on your device and select “Music” from under the main menu to edit the original YouTube video you downloaded onto your phone/tablet. When editing is completed, sync it back to your iOS device via USB cord or WiFi connection depending if you are using an iPhone/iPad or an Android device. If you edit the video on a computer, simply connect your phone/tablet to it via USB cord and edit away!