Fox News has released a new version of its video editing software, YouTube, which it says will let users edit videos in a variety of ways.
In a blog post, the news channel says it has made a number of improvements to the video editing tool, including a redesigned video preview feature that allows users to preview clips before uploading them.
The tool is still only available for Mac users, but the news outlet said it is coming to Windows and Linux soon.
YouTube’s new video editing feature also allows users “to adjust the video’s color, contrast, and contrast ratio,” and the news network is adding “more than 100 additional tools” to make the tool more powerful.
The company said that it has received “more feedback” from users who are looking for more customization options.
Fox News also said that the new tool is now available in English, German, Italian, French, Spanish, and Portuguese.
Fox News said that users will be able to import clips from YouTube and upload them to the new version, which also features a “better video preview” feature.
It said that YouTube has also provided a list of additional features that will be added in the next version of YouTube.
FoxNews said it was adding more video editing features to the tool over the next few months, and it is working on a feature that will let people upload videos to YouTube with captions.