How To MAKE a SLIDESHOW For YouTube (with pictures and music)

How To MAKE a SLIDESHOW For YouTube (with pictures and music)


The video editor on YouTube doesn’t allow
you to create a slideshow or add images, so what’s the solution? Stay tuned throughout
this video to learn the steps to make a slideshow for YouTube using a free online video editor.
Here’s before the slideshow, here’s after the slideshow has been created.
[music] Hello, my name is Herman Drost. If you want
to grow your audience on YouTube and generate traffic, leads and sales on autopilot, hit
the subscribe button and hit the bell notification icon to be notified about future videos. Here’s
how to make a slideshow for YouTube using a free online video editor. Step 1, go to
the free online video editor called Kapwing, click on Tools, click studio, click get started,
click start with a blank canvas. Select the output size for your slideshow.
So you can do 1:1 which is good for Instagram, 9:16 which is good for Instagram stories, 16:9
which is great for YouTube, so let’s do that one. Add a number of scenes for the different
images or videos you wish to put together. I’m going to put add scene, add scene, add
scene, add scene, so I’ve got five scenes here. I’m going to upload an image, click
to upload or you can drag and drop here. Alternatively, you can paste an image your video url.
Here’s a folder containing my images, highlight the image, click open. Let’s upload an image.
I can click adjust if you want to change the opacity, brightness, contrast, saturation
and blur, or you can click crop. I can select Instagram post, YouTube widescreen, Instagram
& Snap Story, LinkedIn Mobile, Facebook/Twitter portrait, Facebook/Twitter landscape, Facebook
cover photo. So this is for YouTube so I’m going to select YouTube widescreen. I can position
the image how I want it. Click done cropping. So you can just take the handles and then just
position how I want it. I can also change the timing of this image, so it’s at one second
at the moment, but if I click the drop-down, then I can do 2 seconds, 5 seconds, 10 seconds
or custom. So I’m going to do 2 seconds. If I want to remove it just click the trash icon or I can
duplicate it also. Let’s select the next photo, click on the scene. I can also select images
at the top here. I can search for an image like sunset on water, click go. I can insert
any of these images if I wish. I have my own images, so I’m going to remove
that. Click upload, select click the upload, select my image, open. This doesn’t take up
the whole screen so I want to change that. Click crop and I go down here and select YouTube
widescreen. Just move it up to here where myself, my daughter are. Click done cropping.
I can expand the image so it fills the whole white space. Ok That’s done. You want to add
a bit of saturation so just click adjust, click done adjusting. Looks like it’s 1 second,
I’m going to click the drop-down and select 2 seconds, click done. Click on next scene,
click upload, click to upload, select this image, click open, click crop, click YouTube
widescreen, click done cropping, expand the image.
That one’s done, click on the next scene. Click upload, click to upload, click this
image, click open. It’s a bit narrow so I want to change that. Click crop, scroll down,
click YouTube widescreen, position that image in the right way, click done cropping, expand
the image. It looks pretty good. Click the scene again, click upload, click to upload,
select my last image, click open, click crop, select 16:9. Position the image how you want
it, click done cropping, expand the image. Now, keep in mind, I can also add text if
I wish, and add shapes. I can put a shape on here and I can change the color of the
shapes. I can put text inside the shape when I add some text to it and also change the
color, expand the text how I want it. Remove that. If I click on the timeline, I can adjust
the time from one second to two seconds, done. Finally, I want to put a video at the end,
so I’m going to click add scene. Click on the add scene, click upload, click to upload,
select my little movie here, click open. It’s pretty good how it is, but I’ll just check
the crop. Looking pretty good, click done cropping.
I can also rearrange these photos and video how I want by just dragging and dropping.
Let’s put this video to the end. Let’s play the video. Okay, it looks pretty good. I want
to add some audio to it, so I click on audio I can upload audio.. I’m going to go to
the YouTube audio library and select some copyright free music. So here I am at the YouTube
audio library, which you can go to youtube.com/audiolibrary. I’m going to select this work out freedom
trail studio, click download. Here it is, drop the file in here, click done. Play it
now, see what it sounds like. [music]
It sounds pretty good. I can click share or I can click publish, save draft or I can publish.
Let’s publish the slideshow, just click publish. It says your content is being processed. It’ll
take a few minutes for the slideshow to be processed, so I’ll come back to it in a few
seconds. Okay, here it is. [music]
Notice that I’ve got the Kapwing watermark on there, so I want to get rid of that by
signing in, so I’m going to sign in to remove watermark, continue with Google. Your watermark-free
content is being processed. So you just have to sign up for a free account to get your
watermark removed. Okay, now you can see that the Kapwing watermark has been removed. I
can download it, I can edit again if you want to add some more slides to it, I can make
a copy, I can send it to Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or I can copy the link. It gives
me a link where the slideshow is actually stored on Kapwing. I copy that. Here’s my
slideshow video. Here are the main benefits Kapwing gives you
over traditional editing software. Number one, it’s free to use. Number two, it’s very
easy to learn. Number three, nothing to download or install. Number four, it works well on
computers, tablets and phones. Number five, upload videos from any source. Number six,
you can store your finished content on Kapwing. Number seven, it makes collaborations easy.
Let me ask you a question, do you want to know how to trim the beginning, middle or
end of an existing video on YouTube without losing its views and comments? If that’s a
yes, watch my next video on how to trim an existing video on YouTube. Thanks for watching
and we’ll see you in the next video.

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  1. Discover how trim or cut the beginning, end or middle section of an existing video on YouTube without affecting views & comments https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SayOCv-jBb0&list=PLFz7YaZ-5zVBnQs_rfSZ58uzDXgHIRQKN

  2. Thank you very very much!!! I'm getting the hang of youtube and trying to get my channel off the ground. You've been amazingly helpful!

  3. Hi and thanks for your video which was helpful….How would you then upload your video to youtube? I am guessing you would download it onto your comp and then upload on youtube studio?

  4. Thank you for helping me out with this information. Made my first 'slideshow' video on my YouTube channel from Belgium. Great ๐Ÿ˜‰

  5. Already having problems with this program becoming unresponsive I have hours of work that could be at Jeopardy of losing….๐Ÿ‘Ž

  6. Thank you so much. This is the best I have found and able to follow. You don't know how long it's taken to be able to make a slide show. Not all of us can use computers. Big thumbs up.

  7. This is great, but I heard that those type of videos, where there is no face shown, and no human voice, can not anymore be monetized. Do you know is it truth?

  8. This really great thank you. My slideshow project has around 100 pics and should last 5 mins. Can I still do this with Kapwing?

  9. Very nice info sir. Pl let me knkw whether i can upload the slideshow videos from here to youtube channel

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