Your Video Advisor
It’s a fact. You need video. All you have to do is take a look at YouTube to see that Video is here to stay, and if you aren’t already recording streaming video for use in your online business, then your competition is leaving you in the dust.
Most small business owners are too busy running their business to learn the intricacies of a complicated video editing tool. And file conversions and simple editing is just the beginning. Title screens, music, and other professional enhancements take more than technical skills – they require an artist.
Meet Tanya Watson, Internet video advisor. Not only can Tanya make you look good, she’ll turn your rough videos into professional, polished marketing tools you’ll be proud to share with the world. Tanya is a trained Internet video expert who will
- Skillfully edit out all those nervous “ums” and “ahs” so you sound like the articulate business person you are.
- Turn still photos into stunning montages complete with music and titles.
- Edit Camtasia videos into smooth-flowing, information packed tools you can use to instruct and entertain your audience.
- Record your video web conference, so you have one less thing to worry about.
Schedule a free, no-obligation consultation, and learn what video can do for your business.
YouTube Videos: Learning what works and what not to do
One of my webinars this week I had to use the back up audio from the conference system we were using as well as the 2 audios I recorded with Audio Acrobat on 2 phone lines.
I wanted to take the combine 3 audio files and create a separate 4th file to use in the video production.
So I went to to my Second favorite search engine for a solution. And here’s the 2 minute video I ended up with if you would like to see it.
It helped me figure out what I wanted to learn. But as you can see for yourself if you like, it isn’t easy to follow.
Here’s what I think could be done to improve it for everyone to truly get the best benefit from this video.
This video has the number ONE error I see in videos all the time. Poor Audio. Speak up or use Audacity to increase the volume/audio of your tutorial. I had to come back to this later and use my headphones which was helpful, but without headphones, I couldn’t keep my interest long enough
The other thing I would recommend is breaking this video up into 4 different videos. They could even link to one another on YouTube and and be searched simply on the particular task being performed.
What do you think? Post a Comment below.
Really quickly today… What do you use for polishing up your videos?
I currently use SnagIt and Camtasia for the most part right now. However, it is in my plans to get get a MAC later this year at which time I will have access to a new plethora of tools. I have also been considering Adobe After Effects for a PC.
I’m not sure what we’re going to get because I have so much to learn yet as well.
What do you use?
Can you tell me what you like most about it?
Would you recommend it?
I appreciate your comments
The tool I use close to ever day is Audio Acrobat This makes it my favorite tool and one I couldn’t live without.
I dial in to my own Audio Acrobat account it when talking with a client, recording webinars, for back up audio, training my VA, and probably more that I’m not thinking of right now. Audio Acrobat is where I have my Client Testimonial Line set up at.. (I should probably share that number with my clients huh?! lol)
Recording audio via your computer, telephone, or even for hosting videos on a sales page (here is an example of one by Tina Forsyth). Audio Acrobat has great tracking statistics for metrics. I can’t say enough good things about them.
Let me know below in the comments if you use Audio Acrobat.
- Do you like it?
- How does it help you?
Your Video Advisor
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