How to Create YouTube Videos On-The-Go Using Snapchat

Snapchat has made it more convenient and simple for YouTubers to capture quick videos for their channels. These tips are perfect for vloggers, quick style tips, catching pictures for slideshows and much more!

Here’s how to get the best footage for your YouTube videos using Snapchat.

1. Use the constantly-changing filters.

Snapchat has grown an engaging user audience from varying filters. Capture yourself in one of Snapchat’s filters and post it on the beginning of your YouTube video or in the thumbnail. This will draw attention from your devoted audience as well as other YouTube viewers.

2. Insert custom graphics.

Apart from the silly filters that Snapchat has to choose from, you may also touch up your short video with the array of Emoji’s available. Add new stickers that you wouldn’t find on your phone keyboard or download the Bitmoji app and create your own personal emoji! How cool is that? For any YouTuber who wants to create a Lizzy McGuire feel  with a mini-me hanging around, incorporate your personalized Bitmoji into your next video!

3. Apply slow motion, fast forward and rewind features.

Instead of downloading different apps to fast forward a video or rewind a video, create videos that you can fast forward, rewind and slow down on Snapchat. In 10 seconds you can say a short intro, capture a funny moment, or shoot a quick video to add onto to your larger YouTube project.

4. Save videos to use for later.

After creating and editing a short clip with Snapchat, automatically save the video you just created into Memories. Access the video later when it is more convenient for you to upload to YouTube.

By applying these tips to your next on-the-go YouTube video, you will have original content that is simple, yet enjoyable to watch. The world loves emojis and dog filters, so YouTubers might as well spread the love.

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Ashley Reed grew up in Detroit, Michigan and attends Michigan State University. She enjoys writing creative pieces, creating YouTube videos and entertainment news.

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