Wednesday 23 December 2020

My home YouTube STUDIO TOUR My lighting for Zoom & YouTube videos how to

This is my latest home YouTube home studio tour, showing how I arrange the best budget camera lighting and sound for my YouTube channel and Zoom calls. Equipment list below! 👇👇👇

My home YouTube STUDIO TOUR | My lighting for Zoom & YouTube videos how to

0:00 My home YouTube STUDIO TOUR | How to get best lighting for Zoom calls & YouTube videos 
1:14 YouTube studio tour in wooden garden office studio
1:30 My best YouTube camera: Sony ZV1 camera for vlogging
1:50 My tribute to Thames Television
2:10 Best budget lighting setup for YouTube videos and Zoom calls
2:30 Using a cheap waterproof GoPro LED light
3:15 Using LED strip lights for YouTube home studio filming
4:10 360 degree tour of the Happy Hut YouTube studio: best books for script writing LISTED BELOW
4:40 Ikea padded board for sound proofing
4:55 My best budget lapel microphone Boya BY-M1, video here: 
5:15 My Home YouTube Studio Tour influences videos: @SaraDietschy  @DSLRVideoShooter  @CaseyNeistat  Wildly Functional Studio



Hello, I've wanted to make this video for a very long time but it takes a degree of confidence to do this.
I don't even know if I'll release this but I have received a number of comments - very kind comments saying that they love how my shot looks here on YouTube and asking me how do I light my YouTube videos?

How... what lighting do I use to make my YouTube videos.
I don't think it's the best but I've been making lots and lots of little changes.
That's another reason why I've not made this video because the changes are happening all the time, so I thought in this video I'll show you everything.
I'm going to take you around... oh hello you're over there. 
I'm going to show you around the YouTube home studio and I'm going to show you some of the choices that I've made.

Maybe you'll make better choices, but this is what I've got.
It's a pretty budget setup but I'm going to walk you through some of the steps I've taken to make the picture warmer, because my videos used to look like this.

And they're good... I was happy with them, but over time I think I'm happier with how this shot looks right now.

I very rarely cut to this view where you get to see everything so I'm going to stay with this view... so if you just excuse me on this camera, camera one.
We'll come over to camera two.
Hello, ah come closer because we love you.

There you go, so this is the Happy Hut. 
This is my YouTube studio.
This is my YouTube studio setup.
Let's give you a 360 degree tour and I'm going to pick out some of the - woah, I'm tangled up.

I'm going to pick out some of the choices that I've made to try and make the the picture warmer, so the first thing right here is the first improvement was the Sony ZV1 camera or ZV 1.
I've made a number of videos about that but that has really improved the the picture quality and everything is mostly in focus now which is a huge help.

I don't know if I should show this, but this little thing on the side... 
When I was growing up, I grew up in in London and Thames Television was my local TV station.
I wanted one of these Thames Television cameras and look I've managed to get one.
I've also got an outside broadcast truck.

Again this isn't quite as good as the real thing, but anyway we're here for the lighting.
The... the first transformation was the rope lights.
I have this rope light around the room.
 I think it gives it a really nice warm glow.

I also have a couple of spotlights so there are a couple on the wall and there's this battery-operated one here just to give me a little kicker on the wall.
I really shouldn't be showing this but the one that really helps me is this one here.
It's a waterproof hand light that I got for my gopro and the way that works is I just put it there out of shot and it just brings up the armchair.
If I cut to this camera, this is what it looks like without the light.

The middle of the armchair looks a little dark so just give it a little... a little lift there.
I don't know if you can tell the difference.
I can tell the difference, so no one will ever notice that and everyone who's missed this video won't know that little secret.

Over here, let's pick up the camera again.
This is a massive change for me, I can turn this light off.
This is what the the room looks like without the light on, so it does have quite a pronounced effect.
I used to have was an LED strip behind the camera.
If I cut back to camera two I can switch it on. 
I've got a little switch there.

This... this kind of helped.
It got torn so it's supposed to be two strips there.
I don't know if I can get it going.

There, while the blue tack holds.
This used to be my lighting for some of my videos but I didn't like the lines.
It puts some white lines in my pupils and there was something that looked a bit odd and a bit off with that.
So I'll turn that off and then I bought this panel light here from a supermarket.

And it's just a domestic light but to me this feels great.
This is like a light box and I have it just off to one side, just to hit this side here and I have another lamp on this side which doesn't make that much difference.
It probably helps during the daytime more but you can see it's a bit... it's a bit too dark without it so I find it better to just have just a little bit of light there.

The hut is in a bit of a state at the moment.
The Happy Hut is a bit of a messy hut.

Let's pick out a couple of things.
On the bench behind, that I usually cover...
They're my scripts.

So I've got into a habit now of writing out bullet points in biro just to beat out some of the things that I want to cover on the videos.
That's a shot of some of my reference books for my script writing and over here I've got more LED lights.
I might put another strip at the back, but I got this from ikea.

It's going to feature on my ikea dad channel very soon.
It's a foam - sort of padded foam board that I want to use for soundproofing and I want to put that up on the on the roof around just to deaden the sound in here a bit.
I'm hoping Santa Claus is going to bring me a new lapel mic.

I love this mic it's the Boya BY-M1.
I have a whole video explaining why I love this microphone so much.
I'm going to see if I can upgrade a lapel mic just to see if the sound can be a bit better - a bit warmer?

So what do you think?
Is this helpful?
I absolutely love watching YouTube home studio tours.
I've seen my favorites are... you know... from Sara Dietschy and DSLRshooter...
And my favorite one of all is any video showing behind the scenes at Casey Neistat.

Obviously the master of the YouTube home studio tour, but if there's anything you want to see or if you can see any improvements that you would make to this setup, please leave a comment below.
It'd be lovely to hear from you, and leave a link to your home studio tours! 
I want to see your places as well.
If this video is helping why not give it a thumbs up to let me know, and obviously if you haven't subscribed yet as I experiment and tweak further.
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Monday 21 December 2020

What is my CTR? How much I make on YouTube AFTER deleting 145 videos on my channel

I deleted 145 videos from my YouTube channel - nearly half my videos! (I keep saying 146, it was 146)
Here's what happened next, and how much YouTube pays me.
Do I earn more YouTube ad revenue if I niche my channel?
What is my CTR click-through rate?

How much I make on YouTube AFTER deleting 145 videos on my channel... What is my CTR?

0:00 How much I make on YouTube AFTER deleting 146 videos on my channel
1:20 How much money to you earn each month from YouTube with 2000 subscribers?
1:55 How much revenue per watch time? What does YouTube pay me per 1000 views?
2:00 How I niche my YouTube channel. Do you earn more money?
3:55 What is my RPM? Revenue per 1000 views?
4:25 What is CTR, click through rate? What is an average CTR figure?
5:00 What is a good YouTube Average View Duration for me?
6:00 What is Key Moments For Audience Retention? What is a good drop off rate?
7:00 How does Top Geographies (where people watch my YouTube videos) affect my RPM?
9:06 My Trains and Travel channel LINK:



How much money does YouTube pay me this month: the month after I deleted 146 videos from this channel?
That's half my videos! 
I’m going to let you into my YouTube studio dashboard. We're gonna... we're gonna see everything.
I’m going to see my analytics... My Analllylllallalaaa? I’m going to see my analytics?
I’m going to show you my analytics... Google Adsense payments... my average watch time, even my click-through rates!

Yes my click-through rates and I don't even think I’m allowed to show you my CTR levels, so quick we've got to do this before they shut me down!
Hello I’m Neil Mossey, I’m a development producer helping high achieving creators and performers just like you to get ideas out of your head and out onto here on YouTube where they belong.
Especially if you have a background like me in broadcast radio or television.
Look here's some footage of me right now as station manager running my college radio station, playing the B-sides and album tracks that you just can't hear anywhere else! 

[VIDEO:] “...they'll play the b sites and album tracks that you just can't hear anywhere else.”
I don't know what it means either, so let's get into my YouTube studio and have a look at some money figures.
And look at it, it's looking lovely.

2841 subscribers, I love each and every one of you so thank you for that but we're going to click on the big fat analytics.
I can't say that word today for some reason and looking good according to the algorithm bot.
Looking good, your channel is doing pretty much as usual but I’m going to show you why it's not quite as usual in quite a major way.

But you can see I’m getting 31000 views 1.6k hours a month and my estimated revenue at the moment - I’m in the middle of December - it's looking like 274 dollars... but if I click on the revenue tab first, because I know that's... that's really what you want to see isn't it.
Have a look at these months.
A little peek... a little bit of spoiler there.
Let's cut away to explain why this month is so different.
I deleted removed or unlisted 146 videos.
Here's some footage of it running under here right now.

You know what, I think it's one of my favourite videos, but the big story this month is that I removed half of my videos.
I used to have about 306 and then I did a massive experiment where I effectively made 146 ones disappear because I want to niche this channel.
This channel it has just got so much stuff coming from all different directions, look they've got travel videos and how to's... 
I wanted to see what would happen if I removed them I wasn't expecting to remove half of the videos from my channel.
I did that at the start of October and you can see that October is pretty much the same as September, and the revenue went up!
It went up with half the videos live. 
I got 20 dollars more, I got a 10% uplift in my revenue.
Things are changing outside of my channel anyway.
I believe that revenue always goes up between September and December because there are more advertisers selling more stuff.
First up it's October and if I go to the overview I’ve got 36000 views.
I removed all the videos on the 5th of October?
There is a drop in views.
There's a really clear drop in views.

I was getting about 1400 a day, then I removed half the videos and I started getting about a thousand views per day - which I’m not complaining about - and I think they are better views and we'll drill into some more figures if niching my channel so aggressively has had some benefits to my channel.
Let's compare this to November, so my views are down 4000 in November.
The watch time has dropped ever so slightly.
Subscribers are similar but the revenue... the revenue has gone crazy!
We can see that my RPM which is revenue per mille - or revenue per thousand views overall - it's $8.71
That's usually quite good.
If I compare that with October, it's gone up over a dollar so that means I’m already making more money per thousand views which is a good thing.
So were there any downsides with removing so many videos from my channel?
Let's go back to October and I’m going to click on reach.

Now reach is where it shows my click-through rate.
Now click-through rates as you might be aware, is the percentage of impressions or basically thumbnails.
If I scroll down to the impressions funnel.
I should put an echo on that shouldn't I.
The impressions funnel! 

It sounds like something that I really do not want from my doctor... so we went from 300000 impressions to 16000 views which is a 5.4% click-through rate and the average view duration is 2 minutes 49, which is up.
It's up hugely so I think another huge benefit of niching your channel and removing poorly performing videos is that my average view duration overall went up.
It used to be around well under two and a half minutes.

Literally the very next day after I removed the videos, that went up to two minutes 49 and it's gone even higher since then.
Whether that brings me more money in the future we'll wait and see.
Let's compare this funnel with November and watch the figures jump.
The views from impressions stayed the same.
The click-through rate went up from 5.2 percent and the average view duration - look - that's gone up even higher!

I have removed half of the videos from my channel and the average time that people spend on videos has gone up quite significantly.
On the engagement tab I’m going to have to put the month in the corner.
This was October, I got 1.7k hours, 2:48 average view duration and in November the watch time stayed about the same - it's down eight percent.

The view duration has gone up.
There's a new interesting window on the analytics.
This is called “key moments for audience retention” and it shows me the videos that have had this-- the slowest drop-off.

So my amazon associates - how much I earn from amazon associates - still has 82% watching at 30 seconds.
If you want to compare my drop-offs with your drop-offs I’ve got them playing in the window now.
I’ve not seen this metric before and serves as a reminder to try and stuff as much as possible into the first 30 seconds of every video.

But I think my biggest surprise is... is my revenue each month because I was convinced that I would lose a lot of money.
And in October my revenue stayed the same and let's go down to the months.
It hasn't been going down, let's put it that way.

I really thought that by losing so many videos, that I would take a hit on the revenue so I was shocked that it stayed the same and it's going up.
And if I look at the last 28 days, we're halfway through December, my estimated revenue at the moment is $274 
274 dollars, which is kind of comparable with the last couple of months.

My top videos for the last 28 days that they're just there.
You can see the garden tools videos that I didn't delete because I’m a wuss, they've dropped because it's not summer here in the UK at the moment.
We've got “how to change your mobile phone in the UK”.

My all-time big hitter is the zoom video files.
Let's take a look at the revenue from this.
Oh my goodness, so since I’ve published this video I’ve had 25000 views.
278 dollars from one video.
Oh if only I could get one of those out every month.
That would be really helpful.

The RPM is higher than my average because I think I get a global audience for this.
Yeah look, 32% of my viewers are in the United States, so that's going to push my RPM up, and for a typical month, let's look at the last 28 days...
Yeah $64 a month. 
We'll see if that stays the same in January.
I think there's going to be a massive drop off.
And maybe you're wondering what did I do with the 146 videos?

I’ve now started up five channels, so let's take a look.
This is my regular channel that you're watching now.
The Neil Mossey channel.
I moved all of my product reviews my garden tools my how to's... 
I moved those onto my Tightwad Dad channel.
I’ll put a link up top and in the description if you want to chart the progress there.
How many have I got?
Oh it's not too bad I’ve got about 15 videos up and 9 subscribers, so that's a good experiment.
My IKEA dad channel.

Oh my goodness, I’ve got a whole video about how to set up a YouTube channel and I set up my IKEA dad channel.
I’ve made so many ikea videos in the last month, I just haven't had time to upload them.
And this is the huge downside with niching that if you do separate them onto other channels you're kind of diluting the time that you've got.
And my-- I was going to say, I was going to say my favourite channel.

I am fond of the trains channel, again I’ve got dozens of videos ready to go on this and I just haven't uploaded them yet.
So what do you think?
Was removing 146 videos a good thing or a bad thing, and is it something you're considering for your channel?

And how is your channel doing?
Please leave a comment below, I’d love to see how your channels are doing.
And if you like these videos, where I go through my analytics and share... share my financial pain with you, why not give me a thumbs up?
It will help others to find it and it will help me to... to make more of them and right now here, this is what YouTube thinks you should be watching next.

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Wednesday 16 December 2020

SONY ZV1 NIGHT SHOOT VIDEO TEST! Low light ZV-1 camera footage Watercress Line steam illuminations

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I cannot tell you how little light there was on this shoot! This is the Mid Hants Railway Watercress Line steam illuminations in Alton: bright lights in near darkness... I really wanted to try video test footage for the Sony ZV1 camera coping with perhaps the most challenging low light conditions I can think of.

SONY ZV1 NIGHT SHOOT VIDEO TEST! Low light ZV-1 camera footage Watercress Line steam illuminations

Everything is shot on intelligent auto with the in-built microphone for sound.
At times the ZV-1 night footage looks a little soft, with a few moments of focus hunting, but there was next to no light whatsoever and the camera is hand held, not on a tripod, so the footage to me is incredible.  If you're thinking of buying a Sony ZV 1 camera, this video might give you an idea of what night time video footage you might be getting straight out of the camera.

0:00 SONY ZV1 NIGHT SHOOT VIDEO TEST! Low light ZV-1 camera footage Watercress Line steam illuminations 
1:00 Steam train 53808 pulling into Alton Station platform 3
2:50 Steam engine running round to the front of the train
3:50 Steam engine pulling into the platform
5:00 Coupling up the engine to the train
5:40 LED light illuminations turned on
10:00 Modern train Class 450 pulling into the station - shot on digital zoom
12:20 Train pulling away into the night

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How to CHANGE my YouTube channel name 2021

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Sunday 13 December 2020

How to CHANGE my YouTube channel name 2021

How do I change my YouTube channel name?
What is a Google Brand Account, and how does it affect a YouTube brand channel?
If you rename your YouTube channel - leave the name in the comments below!

I rename my YouTube channel in real time, as a step-by-step tutorial - it's really easy...
And then I go on to change YouTube channel name so that the channel doesn't have a first name and last name. To do this, we need to create a Google brand account, sign out of that account, sign back into the YouTube channel we want to rename, and then move that channel to the renamed brand account.

How to CHANGE my YouTube channel name 2020

0:00 How to CHANGE my YouTube channel name 2020!
0:45 Go to YouTube Studio customization tab, choose BASIC INFO
1:38 Change YouTube channel name and channel description, click on the pen icon
2:50 How to change YouTube channel name to something other than first name and last name
3:30 How to create a YouTube channel name that's different from its Google account 
4:00 How to find your YouTube account advanced settings
4:30 How to move your YouTube channel to a brand account
7:00 What happens when you move your YouTube channel to a brand account channel - what happens to my comments?



How do I change-- I don't know why I'm shouting.
How do I change the name of my YouTube channel?
That is an excellent question and one that I hope to answer with you by actually changing the channel name of my channel right here in front of you before your very eyes in real time! 

My name is Neil Mossey, I'm a digital development producer helping high achieving creators and performers just like you.
There's a sound effect. 
A high five would be better than a dig wouldn't it? 

To get ideas out of your head and out onto here on YouTube.
We need your channel but first we need your channel name to be changed just like mine, so let's take a look at my YouTube studio.
The first thing we can do is click on the three lines here to expand our menu.
Now you should be familiar with this if you run a channel, but the section that you want is the tab down here.

It's called customization, so click on that and of course make sure that you are logged into the channel that you want to change.

You can do that up in the top right hand side here just by clicking switch accounts and then choosing the one that you want to change.
So we're in this channel here it's called "Neilnypops trains and stops" 

It seemed like an excellent name for a channel when I set this up, but we can see three tabs here under channel customization.
There's the "layout"...
There's a whole other video on this in the description: this is where you can change how your channel looks when someone goes to the home page of your channel.

The second tab is branding and this is where we can change our profile picture and select a banner image.
I've not done mine yet and that will be the subject of another video again that's down in the description.
The tab we want is basic information - "basic info", and I almost didn't find it but the place where we are going to change our channel name is here.

It's above the channel description.
Let's type something in now.
"My channel where I go for walks." 
Excellent prose, this is why I'm a development producer... 

But where do we change our channel name? 
I think it's quite hidden, even though it's really obvious and right at the top if you can see here there's a pen.
Little pen icon.
We can click on that pen or pencil, if I hover over it says "edit channel name". 

Click on that and there you go, here's the box where we put our channel name.
I'm just going to call it something slightly different.
I'm going to call it "Trains and stops with Neilnypops" and then we go up to the top right hand corner and hit publish.

And as you can see there's confirmation at the bottom: changes published.
Should we view the channel? 
Let's have a quick look at the channel.
I only have one video on here. 

I have quite a few videos to put up on this channel, but as you can see the channel name has changed so if you haven't got this box I think you'll have a box that looks like this.
Where you have two boxes.
There's a first name and a last name and that's because this YouTube channel is basically linked to the google account that created it, and the first name as you can see is great story team and I didn't put a last name in.

I didn't set it up properly.
I set it up like it's a person so it's a little bit more tricky to change this channel name.
All we can do is just change the first name and last name.

It's like a personal account and it's totally okay to change it here, so I could put "with Neil Mossey".
All that would happen here is if I save this, it would just change the name of the google account that this is linked to, so it's not quite the same as changing the channel name properly.

What we can do to help explain it better is if you click on the "learn more" there's a whole article here about managing your channel's basic information.
If I click on "change your channel name and description" you can see down here there's a basic explanation which is to use a different name on YouTube than your google account.
You can create a brand account and connect it to your channel.

So let's see if we can do that.
I'm going to do it in real time and we'll see what happens, so I'm going to click on "create a brand account" and there's an explanation here about how brand accounts work.

And I know all you wanted to do is just to change your YouTube channel name but let's go through this.
This is a good idea if you want to use a different name on YouTube and it also helps to manage multiple channels from the one google account: so there's a checklist here.
First check to see if you already have a brand account.

It takes you to this help article but that directs you to this url: and if you click "move channel to a brand account" I'll click on this. 
YouTube gives me a little map so it shows that my channel is actually connected to the same google account of the same name, and what we want to do is to move this channel to a brand channel.

But there's no brand channel for me to move it to, so the next task on the list is to go to your channel list.
There's my one channel, it's called great story team.
There are no other channels so we're gonna create a new channel and I'm gonna call this brand account name great story team then hit create.

This channel does not exist.
We know that because we have just created it.
Let's go back to the the help article.
Fill out the details to name the brand account and verify your account then click create.

Well it doesn't let me do that.
Let's go up to the top right hand corner and I've gone into studio, so this is the brand new channel.
This is my brand channel.
Okay so things went a bit weird when I hit create a new channel because it says the next step is to fill out the details to name the brand account and verify your account.

Well as you saw it just went straight to a page that said "channel does not exist" so I'm going to sign out and I'm going to sign back in as the channel that I wanted to move.

Click your profile picture and then we're going to click down here on settings, so in the left menu we're going to click on "advanced settings". 
Now we'll go down to here "move channel" 
We click to "move channel to a brand account" 
There we go.
When you create your brand account you are logged into that brand account.

You need to come out and go back to the channel that you want to move to the brand account that you've just created.
My channel now which is the great story team channel and then after the move so we're going to choose an account so I'm going to select great story team which is the brand account that we just created.

Now it's giving me a warning: Great story team is already connected to another YouTube channel.
Absolutely, do you remember it was the channel that they - that YouTube said doesn't exist.
So what it's saying is... if I move my channel to this brand account, the connected channel there will be deleted.

This must be absolutely terrifying for you if you're about to do this.
I know I'm going to be okay because it's confirming here this channel has zero subscribers no videos and no playlists.
It's just an empty shell of a channel that's just been created, so I'm going to hit delete channel and it shows you what's going to happen.

So my channel now is connected to my greatstoryteam personal account and after the move it's going to be connected to the brand account great story team.
Now the only reason I know it's different is because I have those spaces in the name for that brand account, so I'm going to hit move channel and it's asking you "are you sure you want to do this?" 

Your channel name and icon will be updated across YouTube, my channel url - because I have a personalized url - will not change.
That's good, but some content cannot be transferred.
Basically your comments cannot be moved.
I don't know what that means so I'm going to set up a little test.

I'm going to leave a comment on one of my other videos, on my other channel and we're going to see what happens to my comments... because you might have a lot of comments out there that you do not want to lose.
So I'm going to go into my own video on the Neil Mossey channel - this channel.
I'm gonna leave a comment: Do I still exist?
Wish me luck.

We'll see what happens to that comment after I've made the move.
Uh look what's happened! 
So the comment still exists but look - the avatar has completely disappeared! 
Let's click on the avatar, yeah look it's disappeared.
So I'm going to hit move channel.
Big moment.

My channel has been successfully moved, so my great story team channel that used to be the personal channel of the google account greatstoryteam has now been moved to a brand account that's called great space story space team.
It might take up to 10 minutes for updates on my account to be completed.
That's okay.
Now I would just step away from the computer for 10 minutes and let YouTube to do its thing because it is pretty terrifying when you get messages like this.

Don't create a new channel whatever you do. 
We'll just let it let it go through.
I was worried my great story team channel has one of my highest rated videos, it's this one here: how to set the clock on a Lamona oven.

As you can see I've had 223000 views, but excitingly look - that's the channel now! 
Instead of greatstoryteam, one word, it comes under great story team, three words.
I think the move has gone through successfully.
I'm just worried if I click this I'm worried it's gonna just completely wipe out my channel.
I think I've worked this out.

Because we have moved my channel greatstoryteam one word to the brand account great story team, three words, it's basically freed up a channel here.
Which we don't need.

So that this could be a brand new channel, so we don't need to "create channel" 
All we need to do is to sign in on our brand account, so I'm going to sign out.
We're going to sign back in and it asks "Do I want to use YouTube as my personal account greatstoryteam or my brand accounts great space story space team" 

Let's go for the brand account and now if I go to YouTube studio... oh there they are.
Oh my goodness that was terrifying! 
So do you see what's happened?
Because we moved that channel to this brand account, it freed up some space for a brand new YouTube channel on the place that we've moved from.

So to go into your channel that you've moved, you've got to sign out and you've got to sign back in again and choose the brand account.
And I'm going to click on "customization" and then we'll go to "basic info" and then we'll click on the pencil.
There you go.

That was so difficult, so here we can see this is where you can change your channel name now.
And it's not as "first name" "last name" like we had before.
What we have now is a big long box where you can write a title.

I don't know how long this title can be?
There we go, right so the name has to be 50 characters or less.
And that is how you change your YouTube channel name.

If you hit the subscribe button, you'll be up to date with my new experiments online and let me wreck my little experimental channels before you damage your YouTube channel.
If you want to see more about how to set up a brand account, there's this video here. 

I do a complete walkthrough on the difference between a personal account on YouTube and a brand account.
And up here is what YouTube thinks you should be watching next.
Thanks for joining me and good luck with renaming your YouTube channel.

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