- My main source for green screens & overlays is Gabrielle Marie’s channel (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7afFvLLvTiWI97M0jaqgKQ). She has overlay & green screen ‘packs’ which you can download using a site like clipconverter.cc and use your editor of choice to edit the overlays into your video.
Need help using green screens/chromakeys?
Final Cut Pro X https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VlLdu3VloTw
Want a detailed video/post on how I do it? Let me know in the comments below
Make your thumbnails interesting & eye catching
- Picmonkey is my life saver when it comes to thumbnails. It is the bomb dot com & has so many features, even on the free version. I use the free version (#cheapskateoverhere) bu I still get so much out of it! Tanamontana100 does a great video on it here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4NqCW2iWsw8(youtube thumbnail size is 1280 x 720 in case you were wondering)
- Make a video schedule. If you’re new to youtube & want to get into it I recommend posting at least once a week on a set day. It helps your subscribers know when to check back to your channel for new content
- Make a masterlist of all your video ideas . Look to other channels for inspiration & current events . DIY videos are really popular right now, but try to not use overused ideas.
Did I leave anything out? What are your tips? Let me know 🙂
Oh & should I do more youtube posts?