Youtube endcards are a great way to wrap-up a video, provide some thumbnails for other videos to watch, and keep viewers invested with your channel. So this week we are looking at how to design one, and even providing some some handy guides you can use as well.
Now that Super Mario Odyssey is out, and we have had some hands-on time with the game, it’s time to discuss what makes it so great. And we will also take a look at the wonderful Snapshot feature, which lets you take pics in Mario’s world and share them with everyone else.
The Nintendo Switch got a new update over the weekend that added some very much needed new features. Save Transfers, Video Recording, unofficial Gamecube Adapter support, and more! Check out this week's video for a complete breakdown of what's new.
PAX East 2017 is over. I was able to go with Hauppauge Gaming once again, and put together another recap video for you guys. I've also got a ton of pics to show off.
YouTube has implemented a brand new End Screen system. Now you can easily add thumbnails and subscribe buttons to the end of your videos. The best part about this new system is that they work on mobile devices too.
Did you know that you can easily retrieve any Youtube thumbnail that is on the site? If you ever need to retrieve a thumbnail that might have been deleted from your computer, or want to show off a video from another channel, you can quickly access that image in a variety of sizes, with this week's tip.
Here's a new Tip of the Week for you. If you want to extract the audio from your gameplay captures, there are a number of ways to do this. You can import the video into some video editors, and then export out the audio by itself. You can also use a program like Any Video Convertor to convert the video into an audio file.
Is your microphone picking up too much background noise? You can make your commentary sound even better by using a free program called Audacity to clean up your audio tracks with the noise removal feature. This is great if you have a computer that runs loud or a fan humming in the background.
Our friends at Cinch Gaming have an awesome streaming app, which is the focus of this Tip of the Week. You can show off your keyboard and mouse inputs from your videos, in realtime. Check out their selection of custom controllers as well! This is perfect for recording "How To's" and Tutorials
It's October, which means Halloween is right around the corner. Did you know that you can dress up your Facecam as a 3D animated avatar with Facerig? Using motion capture, your webcam can tranform you into a number of free avatars, or make your own!