We all love to make video, right? Either as a hobby for fun, a business for income or a documentary for a cause. But once you're finished with your masterpiece, it's not finished until someone views it. So how do you get your audience?
There are many places to share your video, do you use YouTube, Vimeo, Dailymotion or something else? Are there any tips you would like to share to make the process easier for those who are new to the video sharing game? What are the methods you use to get your message out there for all to see?
How To videos and training videos are everywhere - from how to install a car engine to how to saddle a horse and how to build a model train. Many people think that since they know how to do something well enough, that they can use video sharing to teach these skills or techniques. Not necessarily.
Recently, you may have noticed more and more videos shares appearing in your Facebook or Twitter feeds that require you to sign-up for their service before viewing. One of the leaders of the movement is Viddy. Viddy is a video sharing service that operates directly from a smartphone with the ability to share directly to social media outlets such as Facebook, Twitter and more.
On-line sources for video content of all sorts, from artistic to instructional to experimental, are multiplying at a dizzying pace. Clearly there is no shortage of inspiration for those of us who are as passionate about video.
November 12, 1970 marked the birth of a story so outrageous it was often considered an urban legend. A 45-foot dead whale, weighing a whopping eight tons, washed up onto a beach in Florence, Oregon. Due to the sheer size and increasingly putrid smell of the deceased cetacean, the Oregon Department of Transportation decided the best solution for removal was to blow it up using a half-ton of dynamite.