Why would you recreate Toy Story? The creators of the Live Action Toy Story released a full-length Q & A uploaded yesterday, letting many ask, "What was your inspiration?" This really is an important question for anyone attempting to do a recreation or reenactment.
i have a very newbie question... and i hope you can help me out.
I shoot a 7 miutes video in 1080p. I then edited in screenflow. I exported at the highest resolution and i ended up with a 10Gb file.
Then i compressed it using compressor, using the H264 codec. The aspect ration remained the same. Although the final video looks pretty well on my computer, when i upload it to Youtube the quality is much poorer if i watch it on Iphone or Ipad.
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?
YouTube is the most popular online video platform for video makers and video watchers. This video-networking site receives over 800 million unique users each month and has become the second largest search engine, right below Google itself. The video watching audience (3 billion hours each month) is growing and so are the number videos uploaded every hour, minute and second.
I must say, I've seen it all now. We just discovered this online video festival that is all about online Cute Cat Videos. You read that right - a festival celebrating internet cat videos. This Online Cute Cat Video Festival covers all the best videos already making the rounds on the internet and anyone can vote for their favorite between now and July 30th. And yes, it's the Real Deal.
Let's get real. If you are looking for a job you are not alone. You are competing with thousands of other job seekers just like you. So how do you stand out above so many other well-qualified candidates? How do you get an employer's attention?
Some folks are sending out Video Resumes instead of the usual, run-of-the-mill paper resumes. But do video resumes work? Do they really make you stand out? Will they help you land a job?