It adds more creativity to your content creation when using RGB lights for YouTube videos. They give you full color options without having to use gels. They can illuminate your subject with a cinematic look or change your background colors simply. If you want to know more about it and get your own RGB light for YouTube, read the article to acquire the following topics.
- What are RGB lights that YouTubers use?
- What factors to consider when choosing a RGB LED fixture?
- What RGB LED lights for YouTube can you get from COLBOR?
- How to use them in YouTube video shooting?
What are RGB lights for YouTube videos?
RGB LED lights pack Red, Green, and Blue LED beads. They increase or decrease the number of each color bead to achieve different color combinations so as to create different hues of color lighting.
You can adjust RGB lighting to make a YouTube video look bright, dark, warm, cold, etc. Setting the lights to flash different colors might make them look like they're from a police car, a dance party, or another scenario. The lighting may be adjusted to make a scene appear bright and sunny, or chilly and overcast. It can also be adjusted to make a person appear smaller or larger. Placing lights on specific items or regions might bring viewers' attention to them.
How to choose the best RGB light for YouTube, TikTok, etc.?
Choosing RGB lighting for YouTube requires you to consider tint accuracy, light out, battery life, and build quality.
Tint accuracy: This is quite important. RGB lights will display a number or another measurement indicating the color they emit. However, the color is not always right. At a certain level, an RGB light may emit a shade of green, which is incorrect. Having the right colors in your video helps with lighting and assures the highest quality.
Light output: It measures the brightness. Some RGB lights provide less light than others. Light output is an important factor in setups that require a lot of light. If your videos demand bright illumination, remember to check its illumination figures.
Build quality: An RGB light that may simply break and is complex to use doesn’t deserve the money. A durable fixture allows you to use it anywhere under any weathers.
What RGB LED light for YouTube can you get at COLBOR?
COLBOR has two RGB lights for YouTube videos, TikTok videos, live streaming, etc. One is a point source light for professional studio setup and the other is an LED pocket light for portable video shooting.
The COLBOR CL60R is an RGB LED light for YouTube at 65W power output. It features 2700K-6500K color temperature, 97+ high CRI, and adjustable saturation and hue ratings. All these allow it to create 3,600,000 colors of lighting that can accurately reproduce the color of subjects and objects. The 13 lighting modes include Fire, Spark, Party, Lightning, etc., making it simple to simulate real-life scenarios.
The CL60R has two special functions that can bring your YouTube videos to the next level.
- Magenta and green adjustment works to adjust the tint to lean towards magenta or green. This allows it to match the color of your already-have light sources, which ensures color consistency.
- Audio-sensitive system can hear ambient sounds and music and emit corresponding light effects. It can play a big role when you want to create a party scene in YouTube videos or make the videos more dynamic.
The COLBOR PL8R is an RGB pocket light with an 8W power output. It packs 105 LED beads of red, green & blue, white, and yellow colors to offer full colors. The color temperature is adjustable from 2500K to 9000K. The hue is also 0-360° adjustable with variable saturation. It also comes with 13 lighting modes, which allows you to use it creatively in YouTube video recording.
The PL8R has the following features to ensure portability.
- It is built with a large capacity battery of 5000mAh and has a Type-A DC Output Port. It can work as a power bank for your recording smartphone.
- The magnetic back, two 1/4 screw holes, and supplied cold shoe mount enable the PL8R to mount or place anywhere you want, such as cameras, tripods, and metal surfaces.
Video example: How to use RGB lights for YouTube videos?
In this video, YouTuber Bo Ismono shows how he uses COLBOR CL60R RGB light for his YouTube videos. The CL60R works as a key light, being used with a softbox and placed at a 45-degree angle at his top right. Besides that, it is also good to use RGB lights to create color background, offer a cinematic look to portrait photography, and add colors to your YouTube video scenes to build the mood.