Most people want to get more views but don't really have an understanding of why someone would even click to watch your video and stay until the end or a good majority of the video.
In this episode, I'm going to breakdown a simple 3 step framework for how I am able to continue making videos that keep getting views and how you can do the same!
You can now Live Stream on ANY CAMERA with USB on MAC with NO CAPTURE CARD REQUIRED - Sony, Nikon, Fuji, Panasonic, even Olympus camera.
You can live stream with no capture using Ecamm Live, you only need to use a USB cable on mac to use with Ecamm Live.
Get a Free Trial of Ecamm Live: https://Diana.link/EcammLive
Now you can live stream on Canon Cameras for PC Users!
Canon released their new EOS Utility Beta software that lets you live stream on Canon cameras like the M50, 80D, even the G7X Mark III, and a few others for PC users FOR FREE!
THIS IS A GAME CHANGER!
To download the new Canon EOS Utility Beta Go here: https://www.usa.canon.com/internet/portal/us/home/support/self-help-center/eos-webcam-utility/
After MANY comments asking about HDMI vs USB quality for live streaming with Ecamm Live, I'm sharing my Ecamm Live settings and what my experience has been using both HDMI and USB for live streaming with the Canon M50.
Free Trial of Ecamm Live: https://diana.link/EcammLive
Live Streaming on your Canon M50 requires a lot of battery life and power, more than what the battery can provide.
In this video, I share some power adapter options for both the wall (AC power adapter) as well as a USB power adapter so you can use a battery bank with your Canon M50.
Note: The Canon M50 doesn't charge any battery internally but the USB power adapter will let you connect a power bank and run power to the camera as if the USB battery power bank is the battery.
***power adapters recommended***
- Kapaxen AC Power Adapter Lp-e12: https://amzn.to/3bBm3Gw
- Raeisusp USB Power Option (to use with battery bank): https://amzn.to/2JtjZ7k
- Canon Branded Power Adapter: https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/259624-REG/Canon_7875A002_CA_PS700_AC_Power_Adapter.html
- Canon Dummy adapter: https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/883409-REG/Canon_6785b001_DC_Coupler_DR_E12_for.html
If you're wanting to live stream on a Mac the absolute best way to do that is with Ecamm Live!
If you're not sure whether or not you should invest in the Standard or Pro account, in this video I share why what each package has and which one I recommend for busy entrepreneurs!
Live streaming on a Mac doesn't get any better than Ecamm Live and it's the best budget-friendly option if you're planning on live streaming for your business or church.
To get a free 14 day trial of all the Pro features on Ecamm Live click here: Diana.link/EcammLive
Want the Ultimate Guide for Live Streaming? It's here! https://diana.link/livestreamguide
When you're in the process of looking for the best and the right equipment in your business it can be frustrating buying something, then turning around and realizing it actually doesn't work in your favor....at all.
Is the gear the problem or did the reviewer forget to mention something?
It's definitely the latter and in this video, I'll be sharing the one thing that nearly all video tech reviewers forgot to mention while trying to help you in your buying decision.
When you're first getting ready to do your videos and you're really jazzed by all the ideas you get, you're so excited that in your mind you envision your content looking just like your favorite creator.
Once you've recorded that video, reality sets in and you realize that your content doesn't look like what you thought it was going to.
So, instantly, you're ready to quit and not even upload the video.
In this episode, I'm going to share how to get over those embarrassing first videos and be more confident with the content you create and improve the ways your videos look and sound!
24hrs after getting the Rode Wireless GO and using it in a video shoot, these are my first impressions using it within the first 24 hours.
I've used a simple lapel microphone for most of my videos and using audio cables and cords.
In addition to some upcoming client videos I have to shoot, I wanted to see how well this would work for me as well.