Wanted to make a Video With Pictures and Music for YouTube?
Antecedently, you were use some tools like movie maker software, online tools, slideshow to video converter. You were also use Picasa to assemble the pictures into a video. You could make a PowerPoint slideshow with your pictures and Convert PowerPoint Presentation into Flash Video to upload at YouTube. Even, you were Create SlideShow Using Windows Media Center and exported it as video to upload at YouTube.
Thankfully, those extra hazards are totally out of scene now as YouTube itself allows you to create a YouTube video slideshow with pictures and music. Here is how to do it:
How to Make Video With Pictures and Music for YouTube
Sign-in to the YouTube website with a valid Google account and click on the Upload button. This allows you uploading an existing video as well as creating a new video. Choose the Photo Slideshow option and click the Create button under it. There is an option “Upload photos”. Switch to it and drag your pictures and drop at the right place.
After completing of the upload process, the pictures appear as large icon. You can rearrange the pictures by dragging. Once you rearrange the photos, click the “Next” button to proceed.
In the next step, you can edit the video settings. Here, you set the video length, slide effect, transitions etc. YouTube also allows to add an audio background music. But, YouTube does not allow to upload a custom audio file directly from your computer. Choose the appropriate music from the categorized music collections or use the search option.
You can also use the advanced editor option to insert some text into your YouTube Video slideshow.
Once done, press the “Publish” button. This will take some times to process the video slideshow.
If you do not want that your slideshow appears in the YouTube search results, you can set it as ‘Unlisted’ at the privacy settings.
Note: YouTube holds the right to place ads in your video(s) if you use any audio background for the slideshow. The revenue from the ads will be shared with the audio copyright holder.