Detailing our Youtube process

Hello everyone, my name is Ali and I am excited to embark on a new YouTube journey with Gag and David on the Gabs channel. As we begin this adventure, I have some questions about the process and want to ensure that I have a good understanding of how things work. I’ll be sharing my insights and experiences on the YouTube process and how to organize and present video content in a readable and accessible format.

Our goal is to go live every day and share our insights, experiences, and tutorials with our viewers. To achieve this, I would recommend my team to watch the last four videos, which are around 30 minutes each, to get a good understanding of what we are trying to achieve. After watching the videos, we will use my channel for questions, tutorials, and brainstorming sessions.

The process of going live is straightforward. We will use Riverside to go live, share our screen, and provide tutorials. For our main channel, we will follow the same process and put the video into the script and extract the transcript. A transcript could work for those who prefer to read the content instead of watching a video, and those who may have trouble understanding the audio or following along with a video. A transcript can also improve search engine optimization and increase engagement with the audience.

We will also have a website for both of us to keep our viewers up to date and provide additional information about our channel. Our goal is to automate the post-live process, such as extracting the highest-quality video from Riverside and uploading it to YouTube. Once the video is uploaded, we will manually create a description, title, and chapters.

In the future, we hope to automate the entire process from YouTube to the blog post and to other platforms such as TikTok, Instagram, and Twitter. We will write down a checklist of all the steps and gradually automate each step. When instructing the team, we aim to make the process as straightforward as possible.

The process of organizing and presenting video content in a readable and accessible format includes chapterizing, scripting, and creating a blog post. The live version of the content is the primary source of information, but the transcript will serve as a secondary source for readability purposes.

Chapterizing involves properly labeling and adding descriptions to each section, making it easier to navigate and reference the content in the future. Scripting involves creating a transcript of the video, which will serve as a written version of the video content and will be labeled as such. The transcript is created for readability purposes and is not intended to be a standalone blog post.

Finally, creating a blog post involves taking the transcript and adding images, links, and other important information to make it a complete and readable post. This will serve as a permanent and accessible source of information for our viewers.

In conclusion, embarking on this new YouTube journey is an exciting opportunity, and I am looking forward to share my insights and experiences with you. I hope this blog post provides useful information about the process and helps you understand what we are trying to achieve. If you have any questions about this process, feel free to reach out through the YouTube chat or WhatsApp.


00:00:00 Intro
00:01:15 Teaching our new YouTube process
00:02:17 The steps of our process
00:07:25 Ideas to automize the process
00:08:35 Templete and transcript
00:12:25 Solving questions about the live videos
00:18:20 This is our process
00:19:25 Any improvements or possible changes ?
00:22:18 Solving general questions
00:27:10 What would work best for a Youtube description
00:29:25 David answers a question in Spanish about the YouTube description
00:31:40 Solving Transcript challenges, we won’t do multilingual videos
00:35:00 Is it worth it to do a transcript ?
00:39:35 More general ideas, questions and conclusions.

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