Affinity Photo has become the first choice for photography and creative professionals around the world, who love its speed, power and precision. Born to work hand-in-hand with the latest powerful computer technology, it’s the only fully-loaded photo editor integrated across MacOS, Windows and iOS. If you’re looking for graphics/photo editing software to make thumbnails or other social media assets without having to pay a monthly fee, this is it.
They don’t just have the largest library, they also have the easiest way to make mockups. Just drop your design and in & they generate the mockup! In addition to a huge archive of mockups they also have animated YouTube end screens, YouTube channel art, Instagram and YouTube story templates…the list just goes on and on. You really need to just check out PlaceIt for yourself so you can see all of the incredible templates they have. Check out PlaceIt here.
TubeSpanner is the first and only YouTube productivity and promotion tool. It helps with everything from script writing to distribution of your content and even connecting your social accounts so you can grow them all at the same time. If you’re making content, Tube Spanner is a tool you should have in your tool kit.
TubeSpanner also comes with a browser extension that integrates into the YouTube interface so you can optimize and share your content without having to leave YouTube. It’s amazing.
TuberTools is a store and membership site where you can get pre-made video graphics, end screens, channel art, thumbnail templates, transitions and more to use in your videos and on your YouTube channel. This resource was created by me (Nick Nimmin) for YouTube content creators.
The YouTube Starter Kit was put together by YouTube expert Roberto Blake to give content creators all of the graphics they need when starting a YouTube channel. The biggest feedback from the starter kit is how awesome and easy to use the channel header and thumbnail templates are. You can edit them in free web based apps, Affinity Photo or in Photoshop. So if you’re looking to level up your thumbnail game, check out the YouTube Starter Kit.