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Software tutorials, this video is showing a tutorial on how to make a YouTube channel banner for the top of your profile.
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How to make a YouTube Channel Banner
Hello everyone and right now I’m going to show you how to make a YouTube banner and the point of this is to make your profile look cool. To do this, you would have to download the YouTube background and by doing that you’ll click on the image and the description then, and then you guys would like to right click it and save it your computer.
First of all, you’ll have to open Adobe photo shop and open it to background.jpg. To customize it’s really fast, subscribe to me, just put welcome and then you’ll have to turn it, the color maybe off but not everything is perfect. Let’s put this ‘check out my videos’. If you guys wants your own custom banner I might be able to make you one. You could download really good fonts at thefont.com and that’s where I get my fonts.
To take away the green stuff, you guys could take it away if you want and place your video on your profile just take the paintbrush and color the background to make this a little higher and delete the green because it's not a part of the image of the words. You guys can change the background color. You could change the red to a blue or anything that you want. The banner’s made from paint; you would like to save as YouTube background. It has to be under 256K and then go to my account, add it to channel design and delete; go to background image, go to your file and then just update channel.
After that, you would like your view your channel though this might take a while to fix it up and sometimes it doesn’t load for no reason, you have to try it one more time and just delete it, update channel. Go to YouTube copy, there’s where you’ll put it up, hit reload and sometimes it takes a minute to update your channel. There you go, it looks weird in here because of the bar, go to my profile and there you go your own YouTube banner.
Check out my videos and you could customize the banner and change it. You want to make it transparency to 50.