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ExtremeTech #38: Videobloggingby Jay Dedman
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It's the Ultimate Reality Show — Yours
Amazing, isn't it? You're on equal footing with multibillion-dollar TVand movie producers. Videoblogging lets your audience see your cause, your story, and your personal creations — and can be distributed to anyone with Internet access. Since the videoblogging community is all about sharing, more than 20 experts have kicked in tips and ideas to make this book the ultimate videoblogging crash course. So head for the checkout, grab fresh batteries for your video camera, and let's get started!
A few of the things you'll learn to do:
It's the ultimate reality show—YOURS
Amazing, isn't it? You're on equal footing with multibillion-dollar TVand movie producers. Videoblogging lets your audience see your cause,your story, or your personal creations—and you can distribute your showto anyone with Internet access. And since the videobloggingcommunity is all about sharing, more than 20 expertshave kicked in tips and ideasto make this book the ultimatevideoblogging crash course. So head for the checkout, grabfresh batteries for your videocamera, and let's get started!
A few of the things you'll learn to do
About the Author
Jay Dedman was a freelance photographer and a TV journalist for CNN International before he became co-creator of the Videoblogging Group in 2004. He is also a founding partner in FireAnt.tv. You can read his personal blog at www.momentshowing.net.
Joshua Paul has produced primetime TV specials, worked as a producer for Sony Pictures Entertainment, and produced a variety of broadcast and online projects. A dedicated code junkie, he maintains his blog at www.joshpaul.com/blog.
Table of Contents
Part I: Preproduction.
Get the Vlog Mindset.
Get Your Tech On.
Starting a Blog.
Part II: Production.
Tricks for Acquiring Video with a Camera.
Obtaining Video Without Leaving Your Computer.
Using Technology Creatively.
Part III: Post-Production.
Using Text in Video.
Transcoding and Compressing.
Creating Interactive Viseos.
Part IV: Distribution.
Hosting Your Video.
Really Simple Syndication.
Getting Video into a Web Page.
Part V: Find and Watch Videoblogs.
Finding and Subscribing to Videoblogs.
Customizing Your Videoblog.
Part VI: Pimp Your Vlog.
Tagging To Make Videos Stand Out.
Letting People Know About Your Feed.
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