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I used to use Windows Moviemaker. I am new to Ubuntu. Is it possible to do this easily? I am fairly techtarded.

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    plz explain briefly. – Avinash Raj Dec 1 '13 at 3:04
  • YouTube help page: Since YouTube’s not designed to host files that are exclusively audio (.MP3, .WAV, etc.) or files that are exclusively images (.JPG, .PNG, etc.), before you upload, you'll need to combine audio and image files into a format that will work on YouTube. - support.google.com/youtube/answer/1696878?hl=en – blade19899 Dec 2 '13 at 15:34
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You'll have to download a video editor/creator. The one I would recommend is openshot. Its much like Windows Movie Maker and you should be able to download and use it very easily. It can be downloaded from the Ubuntu Software Center for free.

Once downloaded you should be able to create, export, and upload your videos with ease.

openshot

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