Building A Better YouTube Video
A guide to making better YouTube videos
I’ve been meaning to make this video for a while, and I finally got to it recently. But why did I make this video? After watching so many videos on YouTube, you start noticing things that are highly distracting to watching whatever content you’re looking for. And many of those things are pretty easy to remedy.
Basically, I wanted to outline what is done to put together a quality YouTube video, from scratch. Starting with the on-camera audio and no lighting, building up through using a condenser mic and a two-light kit. I set out to show how each change or implementation of a piece of gear can affect the video quality, and how it all builds up to one quality product.
I may end up going further in depth on some of these topics later, but for now this will get new YouTubers a good idea of what can be done to improve the quality of their videos with little to no money, using a variety of available gear.
If you have any questions or comments about anything in this video, leave them in the comments below!
Update: I wrote a more detailed article about the core concepts of this video over at my new content creator site. Pop on over and take a look!