In this video, you will learn about the best YouTube equipment for beginners on a budget and future upgrades to consider.
No matter if you are a beginner or a full time YouTuber, have a big budget or small one, this video will help you with your equipment needs.
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If you really want to get into cameras besides your smartphone or webcam, it might be best to learn from other YouTubers that already have a good setup that you can model after.
YouTube is an incredible company that give you the chance to make a living from entertaining, inspiring, and educating people through video content. Don’t think you have to have fancy equipment to get started though.
Budget visual equipment
There are many ways to do visuals. You could use your smartphone to record yourself, original images, screen-shares, etc. I talk more in detail in the video.
Budget editing software
For editing videos, different types of channels will have different needs. If you keep things fairly simple, I recommend tools like iMovie, Windows Movie Make, and the YouTube video editor
If you need to go to the next level with your video editing like using green screens or other advanced things, try the Movavi Video Editor or Camtasia Studio.
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