Do you ever wonder how you can create YouTube videos a lot faster?
How you can make more YouTube videos in a shorter period of time?
I’m going to share with you these insights here in this video.
A lot of people are interested in production, how much can I get out?
Especially, if you’re a brand new YouTuber and you’re just trying to get started.
But if you’re trying to make it in the YouTube space, you want to produce many more videos, especially at the beginning.
You’re trying to output much more content to figure out what area, what specialized topics, what keywords to target, and just to get some data on visitors’ viewers and search results.
It’s difficult to output that much content or a lot of content if you don’t know how to do it.
For example, if you go out and start to film a video —
- I’d have to set up my camera
- I’d have to set up my lights
- I’d have to quite a lot of things in order to actually start the filming process
Before I even get there, I got to plan out the video and then record it, edit it, and upload it.
There are a lot of things that you have to do.
The number one trick is to cut the slack
What I mean by cutting the slack is you take out a lot of the external factors that you need to do to actually get filming and get your video to completion.
For example, you might have noticed in some of my videos where I have a little pop-up that helps me cut the slack from doing this in post-production.
How can I take this even further?
Do I even need to edit? The short answer is no, I don’t.
We do go do some editing just because there’s some coughing or something that happens, otherwise, the majority of I create there is no editing involved.
I also have a little control panel here using some stream decks. I can pop out different things, so they’re already present.
When you look at creating YouTube videos and you’re trying to output a lot of things, see how you can cut the slack from setting up the equipment. If you can leave the equipment there, you’re cutting the slack from setting things up.
By cutting out the slack, it allows you to create many more videos at a faster rate.
Hopefully, this tip gave you some big insights and some serious things to think about how can you do it. The more you start thinking about it, the better at it you’ll get.