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YouTube is introducing support for 360 degree videos, but how can brands, marketers, and video creators take advantage of this new feature on the site? In this week's Creator's Tip, we discuss using 360 degree footage in your video marketing strategy.
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Cinema is the art of illusion. Make-believe is at the core of film as an art form and as a form of expressionExcerpt from:
As a film professional, why is important that an immediate level video producer have decent gear – not beginner gear, but doesn’t need full-on film-gear? Karl Schoepp:
YouTube wants its creators to make the coolest-looking, most impressive videos they can. As such, Google’s online video site just announced a series of four, live online workshops dedicated to perfecting creators’ video productions. On November 6, 2014, YouTube posted on its official creators and partners blog
On this week's Creator's Tip, we bring you 3 short, sharp but very useful tips to make your training, how-to, and informational videos as effective as possible. The longer you can keep your viewers' attention, the higher your engagement will be, and the better your video will perform!
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Video can be an incredibly useful storytelling medium which enables you to connect with leads in a much better way than other methods such as traditional text-based marketing. But if your business is reluctant to pursue video marketing, learning how to cap your costs can help you move forward. We bring you 3 budget-saving tipsMore: 3 Tips That Will Help Save Money on Your Next Video Project
When you are filming at a venue where you have no control over the conditions then shooting a really professional looking video can be a challenge. If you need to shoot video in poor conditions then use our tip for finding the best lighting possible to record footage or take pictures.Link: Pro Tip: Find Best Lighting Spot for Filming Video in Poor Conditions [Creator's Tip #157]
When it comes to producing video content there are a bewildering array of options. Should you out-source video production to an agency or produce that content in-house