The resources are being offered amidst the need for social distancing during the coronavirus pandemic.
YouTube has announced that its YouTube Spaces across the world are to begin offering online and remote resources for creators who would regularly have access to their in-house production and filming tools.
The spaces will be hosting online workshops that creators can attend, which are set to cover an array of topics to help creators grow their channels and stay connected with viewers during this time, including home production and live streaming.
Online “office hours” are also being offered for those who have questions about the technical and creative process. Through these sessions, creators will be able to ask members from YouTube’s tech team questions regarding production and post-production.
YouTube has also teamed up with Adobe to host a weekly live stream called Tips and Tricks For Post Production. Held every Tuesday, it will feature appearances from some of the site’s top creators, including Freddie Wong and Michelle Phan.
Additional services are expected to roll out in the coming weeks. Those interested in staying up to date should follow their respective YouTube Space for any new information.
YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki recently commented on how the COVID-19 pandemic has changed the site. Alternatively, you could read about how YouTube is testing out a new “Chapters” feature for longer videos.