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Vimeo has launched a new tool to help you create GIFs from your video uploads in just a few steps.
Here are three free Facebook Blueprint courses to help you take your content to the next level.
Google is testing a new process that uses AI and your website's assets to automatically create videos that you can use as ads.
Facebook is in the early stages of testing a new Organic Video Testing option, in Creator Studio, that lets you test multiple variations of non-ad video posts.
Vimeo is rolling out a new profile page experience, allowing creators to customize their profile and promote the work they do with brands.
After testing Watch Parties with a small group of creators, Twitch is now making the feature available to all users worldwide.
Twitter worked with MAGNA Global and IPG Media Lab to find out how its various video ad formats can be used more effectively to drive brand KPIs.
Telegram has announced an upgrade to its media editor, bringing support for animated stickers and video editing.
YouTube was once launched as a video-dating website. Thankfully, that didn't work out and it soon became the world's leading online video sharing platform.
To help musicians and inspire more collaboration and creativity during the lockdown, Roland is offering a free unlocked version of its 4XCAMERA App for iOS.
After months of testing, YouTube is opening up its Video Builder to more businesses. The free beta tool lets them easily create short YouTube videos.
Facebook has added new features to help video creators publish their video content and drive discovery - playlists, series, and two new bulk features.
YouTube, the Alphabet-owned video giant, has decided to lower the default video quality to standard definition for all users globally, for one month.
VSCO has announced Montage the mobile app's "first-ever multimedia creation tool," letting users stitch together photos and videos to create video collages.