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

RODE VideoMic Studio Boom Kit from DVE Store:

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

9. HAIR LIGHT

Hooks I used for the Hair Light

NEEWER LED Light

*** YouTube Studio Decor ***

Pillows are from Society6:

Posters are from Startup Vitamins:

Music by: David Cutter Music –

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About this video:
In this video Sean Cannell from THiNK media TV 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!

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38 thoughts on “YouTube Studio Setup – Home Video Studio Setup and Tour

  1. Really appreciate this! I am working on a YT set up in my small apartment. It's a challenge will be doing the low budget version of this 🙂

  2. If I were to sit at a desk and I have a camera at the end of the desk what microphone would I use to reach both of me and my friends voices from the other side of the desk

  3. As far as lighting goes, just use what you have. ( You would be surprised what you have in ur house that could potentially be useful)

  4. Your videos are very informative and you have a great presentation style. Keep 'em coming!

  5. We were looking for the Khow-How, a technical aspect of it. How to record a video, how to edit a recording, how to upload on youtube, etc. Instead, You b*shitted. You think the audience does not know all you said. You wasted your time and mine as well. I think you are technically incompetent that's why you avoided a technical session and limited yourself to talk.

  6. I noticed the timing of the step focus when you were demonstrating the boom mic set up. The focus shifted from the product to you while panning. The timing seemed planned. How did you pull that off?

  7. I just wanna say I love your videos. I just started my channel couple weeks ago and I came across your channel just couple days ago. Good content and value added. Keep it up.

  8. Hey, thanks for the great video..but I have to record my classroom session where I use projector to display slides, and tutor is at the podium..since projector is ON, light is very simple over the face of the tutor..please suggest the best way to record..

  9. Hey i'm looking for suggestions please!!!? I cannot stream my DJ sets live because my ISP upload speed is terrible. I am wanting to produce video logs of my sets to post online. I have a canon 80d and a pretty nice webcam but I want to run the audio feed out of the mixer instead of sound off my mic on the camera. Any suggestions?

  10. I'm glad to know that I'm NOT the only ONE that does the 3,2,1 or forget where I was going with my content. I've just started to become more raw in my videos, as I don't have all the time in the world to edit my videos!

  11. Most of the tech stuff you talked about was hard for me to understand lol mabe explain better for inexpirenced peeps

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