Very recently, YouTube have rolled out a new feature to creators to enhance their viewer's experience on YouTube in navigating videos - Chapters. Chapters are, as the name implies, sections of your video divided into topics, points, or other logical separation of thoughts within a piece of content. Chapters appear as clickable elements as you … Continue reading YouTube Chapters – Your Quick-Start Primer
This one is for all you YouTubers out there! Ever wanted to schedule your live stream in advance from your YouTube dashboard on your main computer, but plan to stream when out and about on your mobile? Well you CAN! In this video, I show you how step by step. This is what you're going … Continue reading Schedule On Desktop, Go Live on Mobile!
In the ever inevitable march towards the new YouTube Studio becoming the one and only creator tool, YouTube have recently released a fresh End Screen editor for Studio. In the video below, I walk through the new layout and show how easy it is to add videos, playlists, links and subscribe icons to your video's … Continue reading YouTube’s New End Screen Editor – Tutorial
In a recent Twitter discussion, Tom Leung, Director of Product Management at YouTube shared some insights into possible upcoming features for YouTube Studio. One is imminent, and the other is some ways off. Tom Leung Firstly, just around the corner is the ability to bulk upload, a feature that was in Studio Classic, but not … Continue reading Creator Insider Tom Leung Hints at New Features Coming to Studio
The modern smartphone is a wonderful device. It's not just about the communications and content consumption, its also a pocket content creation machine! Smartphone cameras have come such a long way potato-like cameras on the early smartphones, including the original iPhone. The modern smartphones are equipped with not just a front and back facing camera, … Continue reading Record Multiple Cameras At Once on Your iPhone!
As we entered into 2020, there has been a sizeable up-tick in reports of channels that have been hacked, taken over by undesirables, wreaking havoc over someone's pride and joy. YouTube has been hard pressed to help these creators due to the volume of cases and being under resourced. There have been reports that it … Continue reading Don’t Lose Your YouTube Channel!
It's amazing when you look back over the past year you get reminded of the scope of the videos you've produced. I thought it would be interesting to put all my 2019 videos into a playlist for people to re-cap. Maybe you've only just discovered my channel or only watched a handful of videos - … Continue reading DHYT 2019 Video Mega-Playlist 👀
Just over 2 weeks ago, I put out a video on my YouTube channel, reporting on an issue that I was alerted to by a number of my viewers in regards to streaming the screen of their iOS devices to YouTube using the Streamlabs Mobile app. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lu1mkfminz8 This is that original video from early December … Continue reading Streamlabs Mobile Update Fixes YouTube “Persistent Stream Error”
It’s that sweet retail day of the year where us as content creators get to partake of some really sweet deals in gear, digital products and services, and more. Well this year is no exception. https://youtu.be/sFmBTrV6siU The above live stream went out earlier today with a bunch of deals for content creators. After the stream … Continue reading Black Friday Deals Recap
Earlier this week, YouTube released a video for all creators on the platform instructing them to now flag their content as "made for kids" or "not made for kids" in response the changes to be compliant with the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA). This video, subsequent documentation and the resulting discussion, videos, etc. have … Continue reading YouTube Roll Out COPPA Compliance Requirements to All Creators