Josh dickey says, “YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki announced a series of new features for both fans and creators at Vidcon on Thursday, including a massive crowd-sourced translation effort, a virtual tip-jar that supports contributions up to $500, direct connections between videos and crowdfunding sites and a mobile app from which YouTubers can manage and monitor their videos.

Other new goodies for YouTube creators: An option for up to 60 frames per second (which will make video-game vloggers very happy), a free music and sound-effects library and a system for tagging contributors.

Speaking before hundreds of YouTube creators at the afternoon keynote — her first Vidcon since becoming CEO of YouTube more than five months ago — Wojcicki first announced “Fan Subtitles,” a crowd-sourced translation effort that encourages bi-lingual users to type in subtitles for their favorite videos”.

YouTube Announces Translator, Tip Jar and Other Goodies at Vidcon

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