Re: [videoblogging] Any tips?
Okay, Rob...youre like our test case. i dont think we've had to talk a new person through the process of videoblogging before with just email. maybe I need to make a videoblog.... go to htp://videoblogging.info youll see a how-to for PC's and a how-to for Macs. The site isnt officially done till Monday, but it explains the process. we're making it for just this situation. 1. record your video. 2. import it into an editing program. 3. edit and export it out as a compressed file.(probably keep it 2 minutes/ 2MB) 4. create a post and upload the video. (Ecto is good for this....typepad also embeds the video for you.) 5. enjoy sound good? i like quicktime personally. Quoting Rob Wilks <rob@...>: > --- In email@example.com, Jay Dedman <jay@m...> wrote: > > so what do you guys need to get started? > > you understand how to put a video on your blog? > > you just got to get the process down a couple times and its easy. > > Maybe its time for another "videoblog week". > > To get started.. I think we need some tips on what software to use > to create vblogs, what format is the best to use? i.e. quicktime, > windows media or realmedia? How do you guys go about getting your > vblogs onto your blogs? Can you give us a breakdown of what it is > you do? > > An issue that has just been raised is the question of storage - it's > going to be impossible to store every single vblog on my webspace. > Plus if we're going to archive everything for future generations, > replacing files isn't really going to work. How do you get around > this? > > Rob > > > > > > Yahoo! Groups Links > > > > > -- Jay Dedman Manhattan Neighborhood Network 537 West 59th NY NY 10019 212 757 2670 ext.312 http://www.mnn.org