Hey all, just thought I’d start writing a sort of random thoughts kind of thing on here every now and then… today, it’s time to discuss what I’ve learned as a gaming YouTube over 2 years!
Anyway, I thought I’d kinda give you guys my thoughts on what it’s like trying to get anywhere on YouTube as a total nobody who doesn’t have tons of cool successful YouTuber friends (or any friends for that matter). I hope it might help people thinking of starting their own gaming channel or just give you guys a bit of an insight in keeping the channel alive (I mean, I don’t intend on giving it up anytime soon, but I want the channel to grow, not die!!)
1. Gaming is a brutal niche to have a YouTube channel.
I should have probably known this before I started, but it’s so competitive, you’re lucky if you have near 100 subscribers. Seriously! Let’s say I want more subs (which I always do, please subscribe thanks) so I play a brand new game that people will be searching for. Regardless of how amazing your video is, someone
Wanna know How To Record or Live Stream a Nintendo Switch? Read on my good friend and you’ll be on YouTube and Twitch in no time! As a 1080p console, it’s exactly the same as recording or streaming previous gen consoles, so bear that in mind.
If you were wondering How To Record or Live Stream a Nintendo Switch, then you’ve come to the right place! We’ve put together 8 steps to get you live on Twitch TV or uploaded on YouTube in no time. All you need is an HD capture card and a couple of HDMI cables before you start. Let’s get started!
1. Get an HD capture card.
If you want to know how to record or live stream a Nintendo Switch, you’re going to need an HD capture card to start with. Even though these capture cards were released before the Nintendo Switch, they will all be fully compatible as the Nintendo Switch runs at 1080p. There’s only two players worth mentioning, Elgato and AverMedia and then one question: internal or external?
Some capture cards go right into the guts of your computer (inside the case)
If you’re looking to record or stream a Nintendo 3DS for YouTube or Twitch TV, then just read these simple steps. You’ll have your gaming footage online in no time!
We’ve been playing a lot of Nintendo Wii U games over on our YouTube channel. But we couldn’t help but feel like our viewers were missing out on the world of Nintendo 3DS games. So after a few months of waiting, our Nintendo 3DS capture card finally arrived from KatsuKitty in Japan and is now in action! Since we’ve been really pleased with the results, we thought we’d share how it’s done so you can record or stream your 3DS! If you’ve got any questions then feel free to leave us a comment below.
1. Get a Nintendo 3DS or 3DS XL Capture Card.
If you want to record or stream a Nintendo 3DS or 3DS XL, you’re gonna need a Nintendo 3DS capture card installed directly into your console. Sadly, this can only be done in Japan, USA and Germany, but all outlets will happily ship internationally. You can either buy a brand new Nintendo 3DS from these
So you want to know how to start a YouTube gaming channel? Well, if you’re gonna be as popular PewDiePie one day, you’ve gotta start somewhere, even if that is at 0 subscribers.
All in all, you’ve got a long road ahead of you and an even longer shopping list, so you had better get reading. With the new YouTube gaming streaming service up and running, now is definitely the time to start investing in your career creating YouTube let’s plays or streaming. Whether you’re a star gamer, a girl gamer or a casual gamer, let us show you how to start a YouTube gaming channel in 6 steps!
1. Choose your weapon! HD Capture Cards.
When it comes to capture cards for recording your gaming footage directly from a console (be it Wii U, Xbox One or Playstation 4), your choices are pretty limited. There’s only two players worth mentioning, Elgato and AverMedia and then one question: internal or external? Some capture cards go right into the guts of your computer (inside the case) and some are no-brainer USB plug and play. Due to the nature of USB