This tutorial shows you how to create custom video clips for podcast episodes.
It’s the next step in the video podcasting process, and it’s all part of a much larger process for creating custom video for podcasts.
The steps shown in this tutorial are easy enough for you to implement yourself and learn them in a few weeks.
If you want to create more complex videos, I recommend you start by creating an animated gif video and see how it goes.
If not, you can use this template to create the video in the first place.
You’ll find that it takes just a couple of hours to create this template and will take you far less time to create and share it.
Create a custom YouTube video with this template for podcasting Learn how to: Create a new custom YouTube channel (with the appropriate video, title, and caption) with your custom template and tag your video with the appropriate YouTube description.
Create custom videos using the YouTube API.
This tutorial demonstrates how to use the YouTube APIs to make a custom Video for an episode.
Get the YouTube templates from the YouTube site.
Create an audio clip with your audio template.
Add the audio to a playlist on YouTube.
Add audio to the Playlist by selecting it and dragging it to the end of the playlist.
Download the template and add it to your YouTube channel.
Set a custom playlist name.
Create video content to accompany your custom YouTube content.
Create audio content for a specific channel.
Use this template when you want your custom video to be shared on Facebook, YouTube, or Instagram.
This template is designed for video that contains a large number of sound effects and/or background music.
Create multiple audio tracks to play in your custom channel.
Download all of the audio tracks you want, set them to be played together, and save the template as a separate audio file.
Create sound effects for your custom audio.
This video has sound effects that you can apply to your custom videos.
You can use the template to apply background music to your videos.
Use a custom audio track to play music from your custom playlist.
Add sound effects to your video in a custom timeline.
Use the template in a video you want shared with other users.
Download and apply the template on a new video for your video.
Use your template to set up a custom Facebook page.
Set up a new YouTube channel in a new browser window.
Use YouTube’s API to make your custom Video more relevant to your audience.
Create YouTube audio files.
You might already be familiar with the YouTube audio API, which lets you use a variety of sound files to create customized audio tracks.
If so, you’ll be happy to know that the YouTube Audio API also lets you create audio files that are automatically played when the user clicks on the video icon in the top right of the video window.
Download a free video player from the Google Play Store.
Create and import a custom Google Analytics video.
Set the YouTube Analytics page to show videos that contain audio and/and background music when the player is open.
Create your own custom audio video template.
Start with a simple video that has only background music, like the one shown in the example below.
Set video duration and playcount to 0.
Start playing the video and make sure that the video starts playing after you hit play.
Set your YouTube Analytics template to show the videos that have the video at its highest playcount and highest duration.
Add video content for your YouTube videos.
Add a custom title for your template.
Create music for your music track.
Play the video on your custom timeline and set the playcount of your custom music track to 0 so the music starts playing before the video finishes.
Set playcount for your audio track.
Create one-off video content.
Set YouTube Analytics to show all of your videos in a single playlist.
Set Google Analytics to track the video for you.
Add custom video audio tracks that play at the start and end of your video to the playlist of your customized YouTube channel, with the audio files from the template being played in the playlist, along with background music that you set for your playlist.
Create new YouTube channels.
Set an expiration date for your videos and start tracking them.