Featured content can be a powerful way to direct viewers to the rest of your content, it's also a great way to get (free) advertising.
Getting a webcam is the easiest and cheapest way to get into making YouTube videos. Getting one is a really great option if you’re planning on doing most of your videos in front of your computer. First, I’ll show you a few great options for getting into creating YouTube videos, and then tell you how you can set up your webcam.
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.
The Subscriber page on Analytics is a good way to see how you’ve been doing with gaining subscribers, as well as the ones you’ve lost.
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!
In this tutorial we will go over what you need to do to get footage from your consoles using AverMedia or Elgato capture cards. Do note that nowadays, some consoles do have a recording capability, but having a capture card can be a better option for some cases.
Chains are a useful tool to save you time when doing your most commonly used Audacity effects. Chains are something you can create that can be applied, think of it as a template of effects.
The Video Manager inside the YouTube Creator Studio is the hub for managing all your videos on your channel in one easy place. The Video submenu, more specifically, is the main section of the Video Manager that has the most utility for managing videos.
The Video Manager inside the YouTube Creator Studio is the hub for managing all your videos on your channel in one easy place. The Playlists submenu, more specifically, is the hub of all things playlists.