How to YouTube 1: Getting started

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Hey what’s up it’s Chris from DailyTekk. Not quite a year ago I started a YouTube channel and while I found several helpful videos about getting started, none of them gave me all the info I needed in one convenient place (or with info I didn’t actually need). So this is the start of a series I’m calling How to YouTube where I’ll be explaining everything I wish I had known getting started. And while this series will be geared toward complete beginners, people who have been at it for awhile might pick up some useful tips as well.

So before I get into talking about cameras and lighting and audio and the nuts and bolts of the gear and software you’ll need to create YouTube videos, there are a few things I think you need to know first — and these are things nobody really tells you before you get started.

First off, making videos for YouTube costs a decent amount of money. You might think that if you’ve got a camera laying around you’re good to go but that’s not really the case. If you want your videos be look professional, you’re going to need some additional gear — and all that gear can really add up. Don’t worry, I’ll get into specifics in the next few videos, but know that you can ...

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