Facebook Live. Facebook Live is Facebook’s live-streaming tool. Use it to engage viewers in real-time. Your followers can receive notifications when you go live so they know to tune in to your broadcasts at just the right time. With creative tools like filters, make it even livelier. Price: Free.

 YouTube editor. Use YouTube’s video editor to create new videos and edit clips and publish them to YouTube with one click. All of your uploads are added automatically to the video editor. Combine multiple videos, add music from a library of approved tracks, and customize clips with special tools and effects. The editor is easily located on the dashboard of YouTube Creator. Price: Free.

YouTube live streamingOnce your YouTube channel is enabled, you have three options to start a live stream. Stream Now is a quick and easy way to send content to automatically start and stop the stream for you at the right time. Events allows more control, giving backup redundancy, and letting you start and stop when you want. Mobile lets you stream from the main YouTube app. After a mobile live stream ends, an archive of the stream is saved to your channel. Live Streaming can also be access from the dashboard of YouTube Creator. Price: Free.

Adobe SparkSpark is Adobe’s app to transform ideas into visual stories. Pick photos, add text, and apply design filters to create professional graphics. Easily combine video clips, photos, and icons into an engaging video. Add impact with text overlay. Select from a wide variety of free soundtracks, bring in your personal music, or use your own voice. Pick the visual style and theme that matches your story, mood, and message. Spark Video supports native upload to Facebook. Post videos directly to your Timeline so that they autoplay in the Facebook News Feed. Use the iOS apps to develop content on the go. Price: Free.

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