When think of sharing videos online, YouTube will naturally comes to people’s mind. It is the perfect place for video publishers and marketers to increase view counts and keep audiences engaged. Now let’s look into some valuable YouTube features that will help you get more visits.
YouTube Bulletins: Allows you to post a link to a video directly on your subscribes’ and friends’ YouTube homepages.
Featured Video Autoplay: Feature a video from your YouTube channel and set it to autoplay. Every time a person visites your channel, it counts as a view for that video.
Links in Video Descriptions: Put a link at the very beginning of your description when uploading a new video will help increase referral traffic to your website.
Social Media Sharing: Users can connect their social media accounts to YouTube and share videos with their networks.
Video Annotations: Post links to other videos within a video using the annotations feature. Create a text box and add the link.
Video Formats YouTube Supported:
If you are uploading a file format that’s not listed above, for example, SWF, you will need to convert it to YouTube accepted format. To upload SWF to YouTube, AST SWF Video Converter will be your assistance. This tool works perfectly to convert SWF to YouTube FLV or AVI etc.
SWF Video Converter for Mac is also provided. Here this simple tutorial will describe how to convert SWF to YouTube on Mac:
Step 1: Free download the latest version of AST SWF to YouTube Converter for Mac. Install and launch it on your Mac.
Step 2: Click on the “Source” button and select the target SWF file you need to upload to YouTube. Click “Open” to add it to the software.
Step 3: Select YouTube accepted formats like FLV, MOV, MPEG-4, AVI, WMV, 3GP as output format from the drop-down list of “Codec”.
Step 4: Click “Capture” to convert SWF to YouTube supported format. Record video panel will pop up. Click “Start” to begin the conversion, and “End Record” to stop conversion.
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