I have multiple YouTube channels, each of which I could be working on multiple videos at the same time. As you might imagine, I found it hard to keep everything in order.
So to keep my video projects organized, I built Videoflo.
Using my background in software engineering, I wrote a bunch of Python scripts that automated parts of my video production process. At first it was very specific to my workflow, but I am actively working on generalizing it for anyone to use.
I estimate that Videoflo shaves off a good 75% of the mundane tasks associated with creating a YouTube video. Things like importing project files, manually scheduling videos, and inputting YouTube metadata are done automatically for you. Additionally, Videoflo keeps your video projects organized in a consistent manner from one project to the next.
I chose the name Videoflo for three reasons:
- It aids in the video workflow.
- My last name is Florida.
- It sounds cool.
The entire project is free and open-source. Check it out on GitHub and follow me if you’re on that platform already.
If you have any questions about Videoflo, drop a comment on GitHub or email me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.