YouTube today announced three exciting new features: First, can now uploaded videos are automatically converted from 2D to (stereoscopic) 3D. The new feature is found - unless you are logged - on each side of the video "edit info" and then under "3D video". The quality of the resulting s3D video is probably not due to the automatic conversion too well and contain spatial-error perspective - rather a fun feature (that even the YouTube 3D channel more crowded). Second: YouTube now believes apparently, copyright violations using the ContentID system as far as to have under control and to automatically recognize that without fear of greater punishment or compensation payments to the film industry now all can be posted by users uploaded movies. Therefore, the (increased until some time ago) is to limit the length film for user uploaded movies to a wider circle of users: each user with an extra www.google.com/support/youtube/bin/answer.py?&answer = 1628029 (SMS verified account), a clean track record (think: no warnings about uploading content copy-protected) and further respect for copyright rules can now upload movies to YouTube. This feature is aimed primarily at serious filmmakers, their works can now publish all on YouTube. Third, next to your own Youtube binds YouTube video editor, two other free platforms (and Vlix Magisto) to assist the creation of videos that will then make their way to each of the video editing home videos . They are authorized by Google account so that the finished video is then uploaded the same in their own YouTube channel. Vlix mainly offers a lot more colorful of video effects such as black & white filter, posterize, Old film look, Super-8 look, backward, or X-Ray. In addition, even the intro and outro texts are added, and the video will be posted on YouTube by clicking. The length of the videos is limited to 5 minutes. Zielguppe: amateur filmmakers who want to provide their clips with simple effects. Under the new Update of the YouTube Editors, however, are the additional features of Vlix not very convincingly. Ã‚Â° = VY PamgPem7_OQ Magisto, however, is aimed at users who want to make themselves even less trouble with their video: Magisto offers - the fully automatic cut - as some already cut programs for beginners. Because, as the CEO of Israeli start-ups Magisto: "Normal people do not cut video" and download so boring, high for too long clips that no one wants to watch. Magisto wants to redress this: Up to 16 (raw) video files uploaded to Magisto and with titles and soundtrack will be provided - after a wait of about 30 minutes, which notifies users that their video can be cut done online visit and geshart. Magisto pledges to recognize the significant moments via a video analysis, these moments cut together and provided with effective aperture and produce as a result of a short "fun" video - here examples . Investors is the belief in the success of the concept and a new round of funding have contributed 5.5 million U.S. dollars. Ã‚Â° = VY 2YL41fGxzvY This is caused by online video editors growing competition for low-end entry-level editing and effects programs. Videos shot by mobile phone can then be uploaded right from there and with the right app or online editing with effects and cut automatically or submitted via YouTube - all without a PC.