I am using photoshop but i'm not that good at it.
about the quality its impossible atm because i don't have any money to buy a better computer, a camera, lightning, microphone, green screen etc.
And i have an opinion about this sort of thing even some people might disagree with me.
People don't care about quality. They just want good entertaining content.
And yea you right. all of them are basiclly the same i agree.
But what do you mean by something different? should i change my whole channel to something else that is not gaming or vlogging? or you talking about the way that i do things?
I cant improve the quality but i CAN improve the content.
what do you suggest my friend?
People do care about quality -- how many videos have you seen within the last 2 years that is doing really well with bad quality? Maybe quality wasn't a big deal 4-6 years ago before Elgato came out but the standard has changed, same thing with how you don't see anyone watching TV on a 17 inch BOX TV anymore. Quality plays a good role on whether they will watch your video or not. I fear that your thought process on that may be hindering your ability to grow even more. Along with quality you will need great content as well.
If you're not able to get your quality any higher than that in itself is hurting your channel in growing - so with that said, I guess you just have to do the best with what you can.
And when I say different what I mean is try a bunch of different things that you can learn/grow from. Try editing, free editing software "VideoPadEditor" try different intros, make montages, make funny moments - just do a bunch of stuff and see what you can improve on - if you use photoshop and you're not good at it then what is stopping you from being good at it? There are tons and tons of tutorials on YT on how to use Photoshop - yea it may take HOURS to learn but it's worth it. You get what you put into it, do you think you are putting in 100% ? You can use Audacity (voice editing software) to help with your audio, it seems very low and overly compressed. There's a lot of free software that you can learn and mess with. Make your intro exciting and try your best to capture the audiences attention. Try different things within your video.
Edit: Even if I'm not going to upload a video, I practice my commentary/editing all the time and I try different things with Indie games or main games. I have like 12+ videos I'm not releasing onto YouTube and they took hours to do but overall it made me better. Learning experience is what YT is - the more you hone/refine your commentary and editing the more you'll see growth.