Uploading to YouTube

13. Gmail to upload to YouTube


  • After finished video editing, can start uploading YouTube video
  • To do that, must have a Gmail account

14. Use ScreenFlow to publish to YouTube





  • Use ScreenFlow software for file uploads
  • Upload to YouTube, Vimeo, Facebook and several other places
  • Open completed ScreenFlow video
  • Click on File > Publish to > YouTube
  • You will be able select your video encoding
  • The author has had most success with 1440 HD

15. Select the correct YouTube channel

  • You may have several YouTube channels to which you publish various categories of videos
  • If so and you do not know which channel is open, you may want to sign out and sign back in again
  • Then you click the appropriate channel.

16. Use keywords to maximize SEO

  • Enter information about the video
  • Intersperse title, description and tags with keywords you have found using Google Trends
  • That will help your search engine optimization (SEO)

17. Publish and check

  • Click Publish button
  • After video file is uploaded, takes a while for YouTube software to work with it
  • Then email in your Gmail account saying video has been uploaded
  • Click on link

18. Promotion of your YouTube video

  • One of the first things you should do is promote your YouTube video
  • Right-click on video
  • Select Copy embed code
  • Copies it into clipboard
  • Have a blog or web page that could benefit from video?
  • Look at the HTML code
  • Cursor at the point where you would like video to display
  • Cmd V to paste
  • Save your page
  • Now people will be able to watch video within the web page
  • Another way of promoting is linking to YouTube video from Facebook, Twitter and Google+ page

Links to the YouTube video creation pages

This is the last of the YouTube video creation pages.  However, you may be interested in the page about a different approach to making money with YouTube.  To review any of the other pages in this YouTube tutorial, click on the appropriate link below:

Keynote p.1
Keynote p.2
Keynote p.3
Keynote p.4
ScreenFlow p.1, Capturing your screen
ScreenFlow p.2, Adding your voice
ScreenFlow p.3, Adding royalty free music
ScreenFlow p.4, Audio ducking
ScreenFlow p.5, Uploading to YouTube

Your YouTube video

In order to learn how to make professional-looking YouTube videos, you must practice making them over and over and over.

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