Since changing to the Shure SM7B & Rodecaster Pro for all my audio settings, I have been getting more questions asking what my audio settings are for this combo.
In this video, I share all my Rodecaster Pro settings, my Shure SM7B Mic settings while using the Fethead preamp, and a few other Rodecaster Pro settings you may not be familiar with!
If it's not clear, chances are it's confusing and that's a good way to not get the views and subscribers you're hoping for.
If you're wanting to turn a Facebook or previous live stream into a YouTube video, there are some good things to do and wrong things to do when repurposing your live stream.
In this video, I'm going to do a complete breakdown of how to take a portion of your live stream and make it make sense when you post it on YouTube.
Ecamm Lives new version 3.8 now has the ability to add Photo Images or Videos in the Background of Your Live Streams! In this Ecamm Live Tutorial, I'll show how to add an image or video and how you can also do this using the new Preview mode even if you're already on your live stream!
If you've been wanting to create more social media micro-content whether it be for Tik Tok, Instagram, LinkedIn, or even now YouTube Shorts, but you feel like you're overthinking it...you probably are lol.
In this episode, we dive into three categories you can use to start getting ideas of what to post on social media whether from your existing videos or new content you create native for the platform.
If you only want to export a section or portion of your video timeline in Final Cut Pro X, this quick video will show you how.
You won't need to remove or delete anything and you'll still keep all your effects above and below the video in Final Cut Pro.
If you're wanting to share a portion of your video on social media, using the Range Selection tool in FCPX makes it easy to only export a certain part in the final cut pro.
If you're setting up your home office and you're wanting to know if the Sigma 16mm f1.4 lens has enough space to get a blurry background or not and how wide would it be in a small space. The Sigma 16mm f1.4 lens is an awesome budget-friendly lens for Sony E, Micro Four-Thirds, Canon EF-M lens mounts.
In my opinion, the Sigma 16mm 1.4 lens is the best budget-friendly lens for cameras like the Sony a6400, a6600, or even the Canon M50.
If you're new to filming yourself and you wear glasses, one of the most frustrating things is to create a YouTube video or start a Zoom video and see a glare in your glasses!
In this video, I'm going to share with you how to get rid of the glare in your glasses and a bonus tip that worked for me in getting some awesome new anti-reflective glasses for cheap from Zenni Optical!
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We all have felt that drop in our stomachs or that queasiness in our stomachs when we are about to start recording a video or go live. How do you deal with that and is the fear of being on camera holding you back?
This week we dive into some of the fears creators and entrepreneurs experience that keeps them from posting more video content or even getting started at all!
If you plan to start traveling and are looking for the best camera for traveling vlogging, I think you'll find that the Sony ZV-1 is almost unmatched in everything it offers!
The best camera for vlogging and traveling means needing the best accessories for the Sony ZV-1 that fits into a super small package! If you're wanting to live stream, record, or vlog, this kit will let you do ALL OF THAT!