In this tutorial you will get step-by-step instructions for how to edit out parts of an existing YouTube video using the video Enhancements tool on YouTube.
Learn how to: ▶
✔Find the YouTube Editor
✔Scrub forward to your start edit point
✔Use the YouTube Trim Tool
✔Scrub forward to your end edit point
✔Preview your changes
✔Save your edited video
✔Confirm your edits and tell YouTube to process the changes
***Note: Remember to Edit the Title and Description of Your Edited Video****
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