Wheel Decide is an online program that gives you a wheel similar to Wheel of Fortune that you can edit and use for making decisions and viewer interactivity in streams and videos!
There are a lot of video editing software out there ranging anywhere from freeware, such as Windows Movie Maker, to the highest end software used in Hollywood. Mac users will be glad to know that Apple has kept creators in mind by releasing a video editing software that stands with the best, Final Cut Pro X.
On the End Screen page of Analytics, you can learn how viewers and subscribers are reacting and interacting with your end screens at the end of your videos.
The Cards page on Analytics can be used as a way for your audience to interact with your channel during your video, letting them subscribe, donate, show other channels, and more!
The Comments section of your videos on YouTube is one of the most important parts of interacting with your audience and understanding how viewers feel about your content.
If you'd like to know how to best use your end screens for your videos, you've definitely came to the right place!
Fetch has an exciting feature called A/B testing. This is a powerful tool enabling you to test thumbnails or titles before they go on your video. Allowing you to see what is most appealing before you upload.
This tutorial will take you through the basics when using this system.
If you would like to gain collaborators on Youtube and create videos with like-minded content creators, this is the tutorial for you.
Timing your streams is something essential when trying to get the most out of your time in terms of viewers and overall watchtime on both Twitch and Youtube. Picking a time to start putting your content out there is crucial, be it for Uploading videos or Starting a Livestream. But there is another trickier part, picking the right game at the right time.
We have all seen them, the faces other streamers/youtubers use in their videos, and you might be wondering “Is it worth it?” “Does it do anything” the answer is yes!