I am wondering why I can't monetise my video, is there anything wrong with it? - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mp_q9p3ej8g Its been up for a few weeks now and I still can't monetise it! Help would be greatly appreciated, thanks.
Create a 1-2 minute video telling us why you should be the winemaker’s apprentice and you could win a once-in-a-lifetime dream vacation for two to Napa Valley, CA to shadow Oberon winemaker Tony Coltrin!
Shooting great video is about more than what tools you use. In the hands of a creative camera operator, any camera, even a consumer point-and-shoot model, can be a powerful resource for capturing and creating compelling content.
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that project is all written in Italian but I can explain here all about it. It is a video crowdsourcing project attended to talk about the importance that human hands still has nowadays. Shoot your own hands, or someone else's, doing anything meaningful or just a piece everyday's life. Then just say why hands are still important in your life (or just write it in the sending - form) It's really easy, we just need a couple of minutes of shooting.
I constantly get questions about 'what resolution did I shoot at' or 'what camera did I use to make my films?' When I tell people I use a combo of a 720p Broadcast Quality camera, point-n-shoot digital cameras and sports cameras I get the 'you didn't use a high-end camera?' look.
Vine and Instagram accelerated to instant celebrity status with smartphone sharing similar to YouTube's ascent, when it first blasted the video sharing world. The YouTube founders are going for a double play with a new smartphone video app competitor - MixBit. It as the pedigree, does it have the chops?