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Media 101: Video For Beginners for WordCamp Boston

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  • Media 101
    Video in Wordpress
    (for Beginners)
  • How WP Makes it easy!
    As of Wordpress Version 2.9: Easily embed videos from certain content distributors by just adding the video URL with oEmbed!
    Works With:
    YouTube
    Vimeo
    DailyMotion
    Blip.tv
    Flickr (vids and images)
    Viddler
    Hulu
    Qik
    Revision3
    Scribd
    Photobucket
    PollDaddy
    Google Video
    WordPress.tv (Videopress-type vids only)
  • Who’s Using Video in WP?
    GeekBrief.tv – www.geekbrief.tv
    TikiBar.tv – www.tikibar.tv
    AskAdria.com – www.askadria.com
    /Film – www.slashfilm.com
    Zacuto.com – www.zacuto.com
    ASiteCalledFred.com – www.asitecalledfred.com
  • Being a content producer
    You need to know who your audience is.
    You will need to dedicate a lot of time, energy, and possibly money to create dynamic content that will appeal to your audience.
    If you’re a host or star of your videos, be prepared for any pros or cons.
    Be original!
  • Build your own movie studio!
    Amazon.com – www.amazon.com
    General purpose supplier
    FilmTools.com – www.filmtools.com
    Everything for the studio, and the production office.
    B&H Photo/Video – www.bhphotovideo.com
    This is the site the pros go to for everything from cameras, to lighting, and audio equipment
    TubeTape.com – www.tubetape.com
    Green screens and Backdrops
    Lighting
    Software
  • Editing Your Videos
    Sony Vegas Pro 9
    Final Cut Pro
    Adobe Premiere
    Windows Movie Maker
    Camtasia Studio
    iMovie
  • Streaming Your Video Live!
    LiveStream.com - www.livestream.com
    Ustream.com – www.ustream.com
    Justin.tv – www.justin.tv
    Stickam.com – www.stickam.com
    Freedocast.com – www.freedocast.com
    Qik.com (for mobile streaming) – www.qik.com
  • Video Distribution
    TubeMogul – www.tubemogul.com
    RSS Feeds
    iTunes
    Zune Marketplace
    Vimeo – www.vimeo.com
    Viddler – www.viddler.com
    YouTube – www.youtube.com
    Wizzard Media Player – www.wizzard.tv
    Mevio – www.mevio.com
    Blip.tv – www.blip.tv
    Break.com – www.break.com
    Revver.com – www.revver.com
  • Here’s the deal folks
    Making videos is easy.
    Putting your videos on WordPress isn’t that hard either!
    Getting your content out to the masses is a lot of work, but feels so good when you can reach them!