Make YouTube Without Showing Your Face (Step-by-Step Guide)
What you'll learn
- YouTube Fair Use Policy
- Ideas about what to make a channel/videos about
- How to find the niche YOU should make about
- How to find and download videos step-by-step
- How to find music to use (free and paid)
- How to get sound effects (free)
- Finding people to edit/create these for you
- Editing advice
- Thumbnails (where to create these for free)
- How youTube works
- How to grow (making and upload schedule calendar)
- Step-by-step uploading to youtube
- No experience needed, this course explains everything from the beginning you need
You want to start a YouTube channel but you don't have the time to film your own videos or you don't want to show your face... that's ok! Many channels make great videos, earn and grow without ever filming a thing themselves.
With YouTubes Fairuse policy you are able to take footage from other videos, movies, stock footage and create videos using these (but only in certain ways... we'll explain all.. be careful and respectful, it has to be Fair Use!). Also, this is not copyright law, that is something else... I'll explain in the course.
I'll show you how to get these video clips, what the fair use policy means (you have to add to content, like a movie review channel would using movie clips so you don't get a copyright strike from YouTube); how to download these videos from online; get copyright free music, stock footage, edit these, sound effect and so much more!
If you're not sure what types of videos you want to make, what niche of genre; that's OK too! I have 10 examples of youtube niches that don't use their own recorded video footage and are successful and with the practice exercise in this course i'll show you exactly how to find out what you should be making videos about and how to do this.
** I must emphasize, please familiarize yourself with the YouTube fairuse policy! Yes you can use footage from other video but you must add to it, commentate or change it substantially and be adding (very important, not just using the content) to the content (think like a movie review channel showing clips); do not just copy big chunks of video. Link to the fairuse policy in the first lecture description or search "YouTube Fairuse Policy" on Google. There is a whole lecture on this later in the course. As a rule please use original footage only or stock footage legally purchased and you have rights; but the fairuse policy does exist (different to copyright as explained later). If you are using other footage, adhere to the fairuse properly, add to it, discuss it... try not to if possible.
Covered in this course:
What's YouTube Fair use
Ideas about what to make a channel/videos about
How to find the niche YOU should make about
How to find and download videos step-by-step
How to find music to use (free and paid)
How to get sound effects (free)
Finding people to edit/create these for you
Thumbnails (where to create these)
How youTube works
How to grow (making and upload schedule calendar)
Step-by-step uploading to youtube
Who this course is for:
- beginner youtubers
- beginner youtube
- youtube want to grow
- youtube and not show face
- youtube and not film
After working in the TV and film industry for years creatively as production crew, I moved in to online video creation 5 years ago, specifically YouTube. After growing a few of my own channels to get hands on experience I now work exclusively with individuals (and course creation) to deep-dive their channels, develop their ideas and understanding of YouTube to give them the best chance of success.