Daley Dose – Part 3 of 4 Video Blogging Tips

Daley Dose – Part 3 of 4 Video Blogging Tips


Welcome back for Part 3 in this month-long
series of tips to help you get started on your own video blog. This week I’m going
to discuss Video Blogging Tools. I’m going to make this really easy for you
and share 4 basic, DIY options. Google Hangouts is good because you can record
right on your computer, you can screen share and record those images live and you can have
guests in who participate in the hangout and your video. The bonus for doing it this way
is that Google automatically optimizes the video recording for You Tube. You Tube is great because well, it’s automatically
on You Tube. They provide the options to drag in your video clips from whatever source you
recorded them. They provide a library of free music and basic editing software. Windows Movie Maker if you are a Windows and
PC user is a simple program. It’s nothing fancy but it gets the job done. You can do
some basic cuts, transitions, drop in some of your own music and voila – you have a
finished video for your blog. If you are a Mac user then I Movie is the
way to go. It’s a simplified video editor that provides some cool stock transitions
to choose from. It’s the same principle as Windows Movie for PC users. I personally
think I Movie gives you more creative options and puts out a superior end product but I’m
probably biased from being a Mac user when it comes to all things video, professionally
speaking. That’s it for this week. Hope it was helpful
to you and that you’re one step closer to having the confidence or at least the curiosity
about starting your own video blog. In the Next episode we’ll end our month-long focus
on the topic of video blogging by addressing length of videos, screen size and your audience. If you liked this episode “like”, leave
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