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How To Post Video Game Videos On Youtube In HD

Updated on March 16, 2016

Learning How to Post Your XBOX One Videos On Youtube

If your reading this article, you are probably how you can post XBOX One Gameplay or Playstation 4 on Youtube in HD. There is really only one way that you can do this and that involves buying a capture card that records gameplay for you in full HD and from there, all you need to do is post it to youtube and maybe you can even make money from posting your video on youtube. Using the XBOX One or Playstation 4 system to post gaming videos on Youtube is not efficient though because the video quality will not be that good at all. But when you post video gameplay on youtube in HD, you are much more likely to get more views and subscribers on youtube. If you think about popular youtube channels like "PewDiePie" who makes tens of millions of dollars on Youtube simply by posting his gameplay on Youtube, you can see how this can be a very lucrative way to make money on Youtube simply by having fun, and you also can see that video quality is important. In fact, in a recent survey that I took between some of my friends on the XBOX One, they all said that video quality is something they always are picky about. No one likes to watch Youtube videos of video games if the clarity and sound quality are not in high definition. But there is an easy fix and its called an ElGato Capture Card, and it allows you to record your XBOX One Games Like Halo 5, Call of Duty Black Ops 3 and any other game in high definition. The ElGato Capture Card is a high definition capture card game recorder that works for the XBOX 360, XBOX One, and the Playstation gaming systems.

Creating Viral Videos On Youtube With Gaming Videos

One of the most important things you need to do to make a youtube video go viral is to make sure that your content is good, entertaining, and last but not least it needs to be good quality. This is why you cannot just put a camera in front of your television to record your video gameplay and expect to have a lot of people watching. These days, everyone expects HD quality video and if you can provide that, you have a much better chance of getting hundreds of thousands of views on youtube or millions. But because video games are so popular on Youtube, you already have a great recipe for getting millions of views on Youtube, especially if you are playing really popular games like Halo or Call of Duty. So with that being said, now all you need to do is setup your ElGato gaming capture card and that only takes a couple minutes.

ElGato Gaming Capture Card

How to Record Your Video Games With ElGato

Setting up the ElGato Gaming capture card is relatively simple. First, you will want the ElGato software installed on your computer or laptop which should only take a few minutes. Then you just need to use the ElGato gaming capture card and plug an HDMI cable into it, the other end of the HDMI cable will connect to the back of your gaming console which could be an XBOX 360, Playstation 4 or a XBOX One or anything else with an HDMI port in it. Secondly, you will plug in a HDMI cable that goes into another port on the ElGato gaming recorder, and the other end of that HDMI cable will go into your TV's HDMI port. The next thing you want to do is plug in a USB cable into the USB port on the ElGato and that will connect to your computer. Once you plug in the USB to your computer, you will have a live feed that is showing everything that your TV is showing, and you are ready to start playing and recording your video games in high definition once you press the recording button.

Now that you've gone through the short connection process and you know how to do it. All you need to do is upload your gaming videos to youtube and share it with your friends, and from there you will hopefully be getting hundreds of thousands of views and if your video gets popular enough you can make a really nice amount of money with those views because of Google Adsense advertising benefits, but just be sure to setup Google Adsense on your Youtube channel so that you can get paid for all the traffic your bringing.

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