In this tutorial I'll show you how to use YouTube's new End Card Editor! These big "interactive cards" let us add new interactive elements to the last 20 seconds of any video. They're also big, clickable, and work seamlessly across both desktop and mobile devices. Viewers on any device can take you up on your call-to-actions at the end of your videos, which is great! Here's how to use YouTube's end card editor to setup your end cards on your videos.
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End cards are annoying as most people place them over-top of their content thus hindering my viewing of what is actually STILL PLAYING in a video. My response: I down-vote every video that has them (as there is no way to disable them) and I am now down-voting your video for showing people how to do it.
Good video Helpful. How can I put a subscribe button at the beginning of a video or in the middle of the video? ... I have seen some Subscribe custom graphics pop up during the middle of the video. Do you know what they are doing? Thanks.
I love this tutorial, its seemed so hard at first but then when i watched this it became so easy. Im definitely going to be using this information, to make a end slate for my youtube videos!! Thanks to yet another amazing video
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