Video Manager: Videos
The Video Manager inside the YouTube Creator Studio is the hub for managing all your videos on your channel in one easy place. The Video submenu, more specifically, is the main section of the Video Manager that has the most utility for managing videos. This tutorial will give you the ins and outs of your Video submenu in your Video Manager.
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Once you click on Video Manager on the left bar inside your Creator Studio (by clicking your logo in the upper right hand corner of your screen and clicking Creator Studio), you will automatically be placed in the Video submenu.
The Video submenu is a list of all of your videos with information pertaining to each video including: monetization status, privacy setting, amount of comments, amount of likes and finally amount of dislikes.
Within each video, there is a bar that says the word “Edit.” This will bring you to a page similar to the page that is available while you are uploading the video. This will allow you to edit the thumbnail for your video, the title of your video, the description of your video, and the tags of your video. You can also enhance your video (changing color settings and blurring faces etc.), add audio tracks to your audio, add your end screen, annotations and cards.
You can also bulk edit videos by selecting the empty box next the videos. Once you check all the boxes next to the videos you want to edit, you can click the box that says “Actions” towards the top of the screen. This has options such as: editing description, title, monetization settings, privacy settings and options to delete videos. This is a nifty way to edit multiple videos at once.
The Video Manager is a great tool to easily access the management of your videos, and can be extremely helpful. If you enjoyed this tutorial, be sure to share it and check out NewTubers’ other tutorials about the Creator Studio.