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Choosing Your Recording Equipment Slidecast

  1. 1. Getting Started<br />Choosing Your Video Recording Equipment<br />
  2. 2. Before uploading and sharing you newly created online video, you will first have to shoot it. To do this, you will need video recording equipment. Video recording equipment can include camcorders, webcams, cell phones, and digital cameras. <br />If you are looking to produce a quality video, you may want to think about using a camcorder or a webcam.<br />Cell phones and digital cameras will work, but many only provide you with a limited amount of recording time. In addition to a limited amount of time, not all digital cameras and cell phones will record sounds. <br />Source: How To Start Making Online Videos - for Beginnershttp://www.reelseo.com/online-video-creation/#ixzz1afgXsO5O©2008-2011 ReelSEO.com Online Video Guide<br />Getting Started<br />
  3. 3. About$100 - 8 GB – holds two hours of video. <br />Very similar to a camcorder in quality but nice and light to carry around.<br />Need to convert MP4 file to WMV file for use in old Windows Movie Maker. <br />You can share on FACEBOOK and YOUTUBE sites with ease - built in software makes editing and uploading simple. <br />Flip Mini-Video Camera<br />
  4. 4. $600 for 16 GB <br />Video is in MOV format<br />Compatible with Windows Movie Maker and other video making software<br />Good quality, although it is much harder to shoot good footage with the IPAD<br />iPAD 2<br />
  5. 5. iPOD touch <br /><ul><li>$200
  6. 6. Video format in MOV
  7. 7. Fairly good quality
  8. 8. Can’t do any long videos as the iPod touch doesn’t have the space.
  9. 9. Compatible with new Windows Movie Maker and other video software.</li></li></ul><li>Under $100.<br />You can record yourself talking using a webcam from your computer. <br />You can do this through YouTube or through video making software. <br />You may have a built in webcam on your computer or you can buy one separately. <br />Webcam<br />
  10. 10. There are too many cell phones to list…you might have a Smart Phone or a Blackberry or…<br />Many of them have video capabilities.<br />Quality may not be very good.<br />Can’t film anything in length.<br />Good for short clips and filming things as they happen (storms, accidents, etc).<br />Cell Phones<br />
  11. 11. Range from $200 - $1000 (or more)<br />Excellent quality.<br />Lots of space for lots of footage.<br />Can be bulky when using them.<br />Files will be in different formats (MOV, MP4)<br />You can share on FACEBOOK and YOUTUBE sites with ease - built in software makes editing and uploading simple. <br />Camcorders<br />
  12. 12. Like the Flip <br />About $100<br />Lightweight video camera can go anywhere. <br />You can share on FACEBOOK and YOUTUBE sites with ease - built in software makes editing and uploading simple. <br />Record hours of footage<br />No cables to worry about - just swing out the USB arm to upload, share and charge. <br />May need to make the file smaller. Two minutes of video can be up to 100 MB big.<br />Output files may differ (MOV, MP4, etc)<br />Mini-Camcorders<br />

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