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UCC's Digital Arts and Humanities MA class on Social Media (Part 2).

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  1. 1. Social Media (Part Deux) Youtube
  2. 2. Objectives • Youtube fundamentals. • Uploading, embedding, sharing, commenting on, and tagging videos. • Connecting your Youtube Channel to Google+ • Linking your Youtube Channel to your website/blog • Loading videos into Google Hangout
  3. 3. Editing Links • Hoover over edit button on your channel – Choose ‘Edit Links’ or ‘Edit Channel Art’ • You can add links to your website/blog, Google+, Twitter, Facebook, etc. that will appear on your Youtube channel.
  4. 4. Channel Trailer • Go to ‘+ Channel Trailer’ button • You can add a trailer that viewers will see when they visit your channel. • Click on ‘edit’ button and you can display your playlist if you have created them. • Click on dropdown menu to see other options
  5. 5. Video Manager • The ‘Video Manager’ button appears in the dropdown menu next to the ‘Upload’ button. • Info and settings: allows you to adjust the way video is seen by others, – e.g. public, unlisted (by link only), or private. – Add in title, description and tags. • If Youtube account is connected to Google+, you can connect to circles when on ‘private’.
  6. 6. Other Video Manager Settings • Enhancements: you can alter the presentation of videos. • Audio: You can add audio on top of a particular Youtube video that you’ve already created. – Can choose what music, volume, and over which sections of the video you want it to play (click on ‘Position Audio’ button)
  7. 7. Video Manager Settings Continued • Annotations – Click ‘+ Add Annotations’ button and choose from the options of the style of annotation • e.g. speech bubble, note, title, spotlight, label. • Here is where you can add notes and links to your Youtube video here. • Note: you can add your website, Google+ profile/page, and subscribe to your video here. Click on ‘Associated Website’.
  8. 8. Captions • Captions are usual for people with hearing difficulties. They can read the text on the screen. • Click on ‘Upload caption file or transcript’ – Provided someone has transcribed your video. • You can also use ‘Automatic Captions’. They may not be accurate but you can edit them.
  9. 9. Download MP4 • This can be used to create Podcasts. • Download MP4 and extract audio from it. • Can edit it and re-upload content. Use Promote when you want to pay for more people to see your videos.
  10. 10. Playlists • Playlists are used to bring content together into particular themes. • You can edit Playlists from the ‘Uploads’ tab in ‘Video Manager’. • Or, you can click on ‘+ Add Playlist’ button on your channel homepage.
  11. 11. Tags (Metadata) • Metadata is “data about data”. Structural Metatdata (design) vs. Descriptive Metadata (content). • A tag is a non-hierarchical keyword or term assigned to a piece of information (Wikipedia) • Tags allow users to find your videos more readily and easily. • Search for Youtube tags and label your videos accordingly.
  12. 12. Channel Page Settings • Monetisation: You can take advantage of Youtube’s advertisement system in order to make money from your videos. • It allows for a custom thumbnail to be put into a video. • ‘Customised Thumbnail’ button will not appear on homepage unless ‘Monetisation’ is switched on. • Adds flexibility to how you display the front of your videos.
  13. 13. InVideo Programming • You can have an Avatar that is clickable. – What is an Avatar? An icon/figure representing a particular person in a digital context. • Featured Video: A video Youtube selects because they think it is good for other people to view. • Featured Channels are indicated by the channel owner. • Related Channels are indicated by Youtube algorithms.
  14. 14. Advanced Tab • This is where you set up your ‘Associated Website’ as mentioned earlier. • Here is where you can control advertisements and how they appear on your channel and alongside your videos. • Where you can make changes to ‘Account Information’
  15. 15. Analytics • Gives you an ‘Overview’ of the performance of all of your videos. • Estimated earnings from ‘Monetisation’. • Everything in this area is clickable and it will show you graphic visualisations of your Youtube data.
  16. 16. Inbox • You can look at who sent you messages. • Respond to messages here. • Create a video post in response to messages.
  17. 17. Upload Tab • Webcam capture straight into Youtube. • Create a photo slideshow from your photo albums. • Add music to slideshow for free (list of over 150,000 tracks provided). • Google+ Hangout to create a ‘Hangout on Air’ • Video editor: add music, text, images, and creative commons material to your videos.
  18. 18. Social Tab • You can see who has shared particular content. • You can connect your social media accounts to your Youtube channel. • Shows you all the activity from your connected accounts.
  19. 19. Looking at a Video Buttons to note: • ‘Like’ • ‘About’ • ‘Share’ • ‘Add to’ • Transcripts • Statistics • Report
  20. 20. Sharing • Click on ‘Share’ button • Copy and paste URL. • Sharing options include: Facebook, Twitter, Google+, etc. • You can change the ‘Start at’ time of the video you share.
  21. 21. Embedding • Within the ‘Share’ tab, click on ‘Embed’. • Copy the code that is provided and paste it into your website. – Use the ‘visual’ button in Wordpress to access HTML for posts. • Video size can be changed here. • Videos can also be shared via ‘Email’
  22. 22. Hangout • Youtube videos can be shared and watched by a group of people on Hangout. • Click on the ‘Hangout’ button from the ‘Share’ tab options. • If your Youtube Channel and Google+ account are connected, the video can be loaded into the Youtube app and shared to a Hangout automatically. • A live ‘Hangout on Air’ will appear on your Youtube Channel homepage.