How to Record Videos for YouTube with iSkysoft iTube Studio

Are you looking for a good recording software to record videos for your Youtube Channel? iSkysoft iTube Studio lets you do that with much ease. Here is your step by step guide on how to use iSkysoft iTube Studio.

Are you wondering how to record videos for your YouTube channel? Have you been trying to record snippets of your favourite shows online and upload them to YouTube, but without great success? It can be difficult to find a good desktop recording software to help do this.

There are either several free and poor quality tools available or prohibitively expensive ones. It is also possible to use some video players that we commonly use to record clips of movies or capture streaming videos online. But these do not produce the best quality videos that you can share on YouTube.

iSkysoft iTube Studio is one of the few affordable exceptions. It is a multi-functional video manipulating software that is also great for creating YouTube videos from streams that you have recorded on video sharing sites. Whether you want to record and share your favourite scenes from TV shows, your favourite dog video, a Kpop moment or a How-To video with your YouTube subscribers, iSkysoft iTube Studio will let you do so, and with utmost ease. The iSkysoft iTube Studio is available for both Windows and Mac systems. This step by step guide will show you how to record a video for YouTube.

Features of iSkysoft iTube Studio

iSkysoft iTube Studio is an online-video downloader, converter and highly compatible software. iSkysoft's screen capture and conversion features let you work without clutter, in a single window where you can both record (download) and convert videos from and to YouTube and thousands of other file-sharing websites.

These are the things you can do with iSkysoft iTube Studio

  • Let you record online videos from 1000s of websites like YouTube, HULU, CNN, Dailymotion, Netflix, Vimeo, iTunes etc
  • There are no annoying ads, download interruptions or other distractions to deal with
  • Stream from the video URL directly on the software instead of on a browser
  • Let you schedule video downloads
  • Download then convert videos
  • Directly export videos to iTunes
  • Skysoft iTube Studio lets you convert videos in the following formats: MP4, WMV, MKV, AVI, VOB, MOV, WebM, FLV, DV, M4V and many others

It is possible to use the software to download videos from YouTube for free, on Windows and Mac platforms. This includes YouTube VEVO music videos and YouTube 4K UHD videos. You can download these videos completely free of ads. You can even download all the videos on a YouTube playlist with a Download All button.

iSkysoft iTube Studio converts your downloaded and recorded video file to a format that can be easily edited on most editing software that is used for video editing. The iSkysoft iTube Studio software also comes with optimized presets to help you download videos to mobile devices like iPhone, iPod, iPad and Android devices.

How to Record Videos for YouTube with iSkysoft iTube Studio

Step 1: Install and Run iSkysoft iTube Studio

iTube Studio is available for both Windows and Mac platforms. When you have installed the program on your system, it will automatically add a 'Download' button to the web browsers that you use. This is the button you can use to quickly and easily record videos from websites where the download is usually not possible.

Step 2: "Download" or Record the Video of Your Choice

This step will show you how to record a video for YouTube. There are three ways you can download videos from streaming websites.

Navigate to the 'Download' button at the top right corner of your browser. Click on it and select the quality from the drop-down menu. This will download the video into your computer via the software.
Copy the URL of the video and paste it in the software. The download will automatically begin.
Quickly drag and drop the video URL from your browser to iSkysoft iTube Studio to start the download.

You can download your video from a large number of popular websites, including international and regional sites. The video that you downloaded in this step is now stored on your system. You can access it from the iSkysoft application itself. You can then select it and convert it to a format that is compatible with YouTube.

Step 3: Convert the video after download

iSkysoft makes it very easy to convert the video. You can do the conversion from the "Downloaded" tab. On the iTube Studio application, find the "Downloaded" tab. Here you will find all the videos that you have recorded off websites. Each video in the folder will have a "Convert" command next to it. Click on "Convert" next to the video of your choice, and choose the file format you want from the Video category. Finally, click on 'OK' to let the conversion begin.

Step 4: Edit Videos After Conversion

Before you upload to YouTube, you can edit the converted videos in popular video editing software like iMovie and Final Cut Pro. These editing tools will help you personalize the recorded video and add your finishing touches to make a masterpiece. The edited video can now be uploaded to YouTube to be shared with the rest of the world.

Step 5: Upload video to YouTube

After the previous step, the converted and edited video file will be stored on your computer. In order to upload a video from iTube Studio to YouTube, navigate to the YouTube website on your web browser. Log in to your YouTube account (which is also your Google account).

After logging in, you will find an "Upload" option next to the search bar at the top of your YouTube screen. Hit on "Upload". In the next screen, you will be asked for the location where all your iTube Studio downloads have been saved. Choose the video you want to upload. Wait for the upload to be completed while you edit details and preferences. Finally, you can Publish the video to let it go online.

When you use iSkysoft iTube Studio to upload your videos, you can avoid many of the errors that come with uploading videos on YouTube, such as the "We did not recognize the video format for this file, but we will go ahead and try processing it anyway" error, or the "invalid file format" error.

Article by Juana
Juana is a freelance writer publishing with Constant Content and sister sites of Techulator. She writes on a variety of subjects that interest her. She is a voracious reader and that helps her keep abreast with the latest in technology. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Eng. Lit, is a mom, a wife, a homemaker and a qualified teacher.

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