It is designed for game developers and artists to assemble complex physically simulated objects. Scythe provides a physical editing environment that allows artists to create complex physical structures in a visual environment with immediate physics simulation feedback. It allows programmers to stop generating physics scenes programatically, and let the artists take over. Such complicated structures need to be visually assembled by an artist, they just cannot be blindly coded by a programmer who cant see what he's doing.
We give you an introduction to the YouTube Video Editor available through YouTube's TestTube. view it
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We show you how to merge videos using the YouTube Video Editor and how to add transitions between your video segments. view it
We show you how to add your first video to the editor and clip it to your liking using YouTube's Video Editor. view it
We show you how to save and upload your videos once you're finished editing them using YouTube's Video Editor. view it
Here we show you how to add music to the videos that you edit using YouTube's Video Editor. view it