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It can be intimidating to put yourself on camera day after day. It can also be incredibly expensive if you go all out. Today, though, I’ll show you how to make high-end videos on a low budget.

 
I can hardly believe it’s day 17 of the 30 Days of Q&A series. Crazy!

So many of you have asked how we shoot these videos and the honest answer is…very simply and inexpensively.

No fancy equipment. The total package (not including the computer) costs less than $100. Watch the video above to learn how I do it.

Giveaway – Win an ATR2100 Microphone

The exact microphone that I use to record most of my videos is the ATR2100 USB mic from Audio-Technica.

I paid less than $50 for mine but as it’s grown in popularity with online marketers and podcasters, the price has gone up significantly.

But you can win one of your own by clicking here.

They key to shooting great videos is to start shooting videos. Take action!

Resources Mentioned in this Video

Logitech Widescreen 1080p HD Webcam

ATR 2100 Microphone from Audio-Technica

On Stage DS7200B Adjustable Desk Microphone Stand

On Stage Mic Windscreen

Lavalier Mic for under $4

What equipment do you use to record your videos?

Missed one of the 30 Days of Q&A vidoes? Find them all here.

About

Matt helps online business owners and brands, small and large leverage the power of partners to grow their businesses. He teaches you how to make money as an affiliate and how to work better with affiliates. Entrepreneurs and companies such as Shark Tank's Kevin Harrington, Zig Ziglar, Ray Edwards, Brian Tracy, Lewis Howes, Shutterfly, Jeff Goins, and Michael Hyatt have trusted Matt to run their affiliate launches.

3 thoughts on “How do You Record High-Quality Videos at a Low Cost? [VIDEO]

  1. Brad Hobbs says:

    Thanks Matt – very helpful.

  2. bradblackman says:

    Very nice. I would add some lighting to get that backdrop a bright white, though. Lighting gets expensive fast, but you can get by with a couple of $9 clamp lights from the hardware store and some full spectrum bulbs.

    1. Matt McWilliams says:

      Thought about that, but I shoot from so many locations, it wasn’t worth the hassle haha.

      I only shoot from the “studio” if it’s cold or rainy outside. The studio is also our gym so I try not to have anything expensive permanently there 🙂

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