YouTube Studio Setup – Home Video Studio Setup and Tour
YouTube Studio Setup – Home Video Studio Setup and Tour
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YouTube Studio Checklist (Video Gear List) :
1. Camera — Canon EOS 70D:
This is a great camera and the touch screen makes it easy to change the settings! The Canon 80D and the Canon T5i or T6i will produce results very similar to the camera I’m using.
2. Lens — Canon EF-S 10-18mm:
(VIDEO) List of the Canon Lenses that I use for video:
3. SD Card — SanDisk 64GB SDXC UHS-I Memory Card:
4. Current Version of the Tripod I use:
Current Version of the Video Head (Fluid Head) I use:
(Budget Tripod) Ravelli Light Weight Aluminum Tripod With Bag:
6. RODE VideoMic Studio Boom Kit – VM, Boom Stand, Adapter, 25′ Cable:
7. Lighting — Prismatic 18″ LED Halo Ring Light with Stand:
8. Lighting — StudioPRO (Set of 2) S-600BN Dimmable 600 Bright LED Photography: Continuous Bi Color Light Panel
(Video) Best Video Lighting Kit? — Fovitec StudioPRO Bi Color LED Pannels Review: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NoSuiYHnqok
9. HAIR LIGHT:
Hooks I used for the Hair Light:
NEEWER LED Light:
10. Editing — This VIDEO was EDITED with Adobe Premiere on a PC.
*** YouTube Studio Decor ***
Pillows are from Society6:
Posters are from Startup Vitamins:
Music by: David Cutter Music – https://www.davidcuttermusic.com/
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About this video:
In this video, Sean Cannell from THiNK Media talks about his DIY YouTube studio setup at home. In this video production studio tour, you’ll see how to set up a video studio in your room and create a home video recording studio. This YouTube studio lighting is great for creating videos at home, in the office, or anywhere else.
Watch this home video studio setup for beginners for all of the tips!
Thanks a million. Very informative. But, I’m thinking the lens is too wide and you are too close, there’s quite a bit of sucked out goldfish effect or is your nose really that big and your face is made of rubber entering a black hole? Sorry I’m overstating my case. Any thoughts? Also I’m late 6os and I have no hair. Do I still need a hair light?
Is using large wall art in your background a bad idea?
wow, amazing video… subscribed
Thanks for another great video! Is it safe to assume that you can use this same setup if you want to do a 1-2 person video podcast? Also, if you shoot the podcast with only one person, can you get away with just using a ring light? Thanks!
I have a Rode NT-USB mic, do I still need a shotgun mic. please suggest
thank you for helping me Think Media!
Any small creators out there that want to connect?
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Thanks! Does this camera take awesome pictures?
Old video BUT still very much relevant! Great job
Hello!! what would you say the minimum power is for lighting especially when it comes to taking photos at home or for YouTube videos?? I’ve bought a lamp but the ligtht seems quite weak…
I can’t spend that kind of money on the whole set up and especially the camera seems to me an overkill. 18 Mpixels for a YouTube video?
I have a very old Sony videocamera HDD that can make HD (1920x1080i) recording with 10.2 Mpixels. Lens is 1,8 / 4,9-58,8 maybe too narrow for indoor shooting. But I think this would be still a good option.
Anyone more knowledgeable than me (I am just starting now) can tell me if this is ok to start? Thanks
I would use lights everywhere so at every angle there is the same amount of light.
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great guide thanks for sharing!!!
Sean please do a update video on this.
Dude, do you think that Rode mic would work well for capturing guitarists? I do some lesson videos where I’m talking and playing
When you record video, do you save it to the memory stick or straight into a PC, via USB?
I just bought a ring light paid around $120 , Amazon . Have to say bit disappointed . Noticed flickering light on my recent first video . I’m using Sony A 7 . I also have extra lighting huge big bulbs . Yes have a back window .
Still my lighting isn’t good . Lighting for me is the hardest to get right .
Dude… you should never set up your camera facing at your window because it’s too much bright light and can’t see you on video! Either find another room without a window or use a green screen back drop covering the window.
I don’t get it. You talk about all this awesome equipment even mentioning your expensive fluid head tripod the. The first pan you utilize from you “b” roll and it’s shaky as shit! Come on now! If you got it, use it! Everything was so slick except that shot!
Can’t seem to find anyone on YouTube who builds film or sitcom style studio in their living room… I’m thinking about making a 90s style sitcom like “Martin” using my living room but I want it to be able to be changed into another set without switching locations 😅 is it all about props and lighting or is there more to it
Super helpful thank youu 🙌💚
I dont know why but you get my trust when it comes to these things coz once you recommend it i know its worth buying it:)
you said you would list it below
Bi-Color are the wost as you get only 50% light. Instead use gel and warm light.
I recently found a tripod. Full metal instead of plastic. So I guess it’s pretty old
Your almost 1M subs keep up the good work
Hi Sean not sure if this is a simple question but i am after a ring light, mic and tripod. I can get the rode mic which isn’t a problem. However is there a one product combined for a tripod/ring light that works for camera and mobile phones you would recommend. As instead of buying separately i wanted to see if i could get a tripod that comes with the ring light and works on cameras/phones.
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Thx! Just getting started and found this info to be super helpful.
Glad you included the out takes at the end. Really helps with my confidence when I see someone at your level having the same issues as everyone else.
Thanks for the very inspiring video!
7d is not good for video and the light is too much. hope to make another video for followers. Thanks
Great video. Me and my wife are setting up a home studio for videos and this video was very helpful. Gracias 🙂
what about color paper backdrops from savage? can u recommend a stand for those?
Pretty decent advice. I prefer Chroma for background use, but getting the lighting right can be difficult…?
I swear guys this guy is a MUST subscribe…everything I search for my channel he has a video for it take notes on this guy guys he is awesome
Thank you for the Expert Referrals. God bless you
Can you show me how I can set up a tv big background like the one in the following youtube channel: It is a tv youtube channel for news. Looking forwards to hearing from you. Thanks! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LBlMk_vbdjE&t=2s
Great tips…….any small YouTuber wanna be friends fff ❤️❤️
I don’t have money to buy all this am still studying. I wish i can i have support
Nicely presented, however it would be helpful to separate out the two issues of TECHNICAL and FRAMING which is the artistic side of composition. The latter is the far more delicate art of directing and having a good eye. I’m afraid I think your backgrounds are too cluttered and the angles that you offer in this demo a bit ugly – it needs a bit more care to make it shine.
Great video. I’m setting up my in-home studio right. Subscribe to my page. My channel will include interviews, film reviews, discussions, opinion pieces and world news. Subscribe now!
Whose watching this in 2019, the red hook is a very good "work with what you have"