This Tutorial teaches you. how to gather and use the equipment needed to produce high-quality YouTube videos. With the right camera, audio setup, and a little bit of editing.

your videos will look and sound like professional productions.

let’s start best steps to produce high quality Youtube videos form scratch.

Time needed: 3 hours.

This is the best tutorial also used by many youtubers.

  1. Selecting Your Equipment.( midrate )*

    Establish a budget.
     -Before you sit down to create your first video, you’ll need to gather a few pieces of equipment
    camera, a dedicated microphone, and lighting hardware. While this list may seem daunting, you can easily build up equipment inventory on a budget.
    While establishing your budget, remember a couple of things: Don’t immediately assume you’ll need the highest-quality equipment you can afford. It’s better to have a cheap camera that you know how to operate than to have a $1000 DSLR that you can’t make the most of.
    Prioritize your equipment in this order: audio (microphone), video (camera), lighting.
    .It's okay to improvise. For example, refrain from spending $80 on a tripod when a stack of books might better suit your videos instead


  2. Invest in a dedicated microphone.
    ( midrate )*

    “Audio-Technica” and “Blue Microphones” are both reputable companies with a wide variety of stock from cheap, accessible microphones to studio-grade ones.
    Spending around $100 will net you a professional-sounding microphone.
    If you’re working with a limited budget, consider opting for a cheaper microphone.
    Using a dedicated microphone can also minimize the amount of echoing and background noise. in your video since your microphone usually sits much closer to your mouth than your camera.
    Consider purchasing a pop filter to place over your microphone in order to reduce audio feedback during the editing process."Audio-Technica" and "Blue Microphones" are both reputable companies with a wide variety of stock from cheap, accessible microphones to studio-grade ones.[2] Spending around $100 will net you a professional-sounding microphone. If you're working with a limited budget, consider opting for a cheaper microphone. Using a dedicated microphone can also minimize the amount of echoing and background noise in your video since your microphone usually sits much closer to your mouth than your camera. Consider purchasing a pop filter to place over your microphone in order to reduce audio feedback during the editing process.

  3. Make sure you have video-editing software available..( Imp. )*

     Most computers come with stock video-editing software (e.g., iMovie or Windows Movie Maker)–these will get the job done in a pinch, but you can easily download or purchase much more advanced software that will give you the control you need to produce a high-quality video.
    Wondershare Filmora is an excellent free option for beginners on both Mac and PC, while Lightworks caters to a more intermediate film editing audience (PC only).
    If you're willing to spend some money, Final Cut Pro and Adobe Premiere are great options.

  4. Figure out your video’s theme before you begin filming.( most imp. )

    While this isn’t technically equipment-based, your video’s conceptual focus is perhaps the most important aspect of your finished product. Before you sit down and press the “Record” button, know the following things about the video you want to shoot:
    The subject of the video.
    The purpose of the video.
    Your target audience.
    Your script.

More to Know….

It’s okay to improvise. For example, refrain from spending $80 on a tripod when a stack of books might better suit your videos instead.

If you’re willing to spend some money, Final Cut Pro and Adobe Premiere are great options.