A Explosão de Vídeos na Web - Andre Brink, Fórum Web Adventista

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500 anos de vídeo do YouTube são assistidos por dia no Facebook. Como podemos como Igreja Adventista fazer parte dessa explosão de vídeos na web?

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  • Analogy of farmer and cook\nPremiere\n1080 24P 25P 30P 720p60 - slow motion editing - hammer and nail.\n
  • Distribution\n
  • meta data\n
  • Dont forget the mobile market\nTraffic from mobile devices tripled in 2011\n
  • More than 10% of global YouTube views come from mobile devices\n
  • 3 hours of video is uploaded per minute to YouTube from mobile devices\n
  • YouTube is available on 350 million devices\n
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  • A Explosão de Vídeos na Web - Andre Brink, Fórum Web Adventista

    1. 1. A Explosão de Videos na Web
    2. 2. 500 years of YouTube video arewatched every day on Facebook
    3. 3. Over 800 million unique users visit YouTube each month
    4. 4. Over 3 billion hours of video arewatched each month on YouTube
    5. 5. 72 hours of video are uploaded to YouTube every minute
    6. 6. In 2011, YouTube had more than 1 trillion views or around 140 views for every person on Earth
    7. 7. Over 700 YouTube videos areshared on Twitter each minute
    8. 8. Video users will double by 2016The number of online video users will nearly double, from 792 million, to 1.5 billion, in 2016, according to the annual Visual Networking Index (VNI) compiled by Cisco Systems (Nasdaq: CSCO)
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    10. 10. Apple IIe
    11. 11. Commodore Vic20
    12. 12. Commodore 64
    13. 13. Commodore Amiga 500
    14. 14. a profound impact on the story teller themselves – it is in the telling that we are able to interrogate and deepen our understanding of our experiences and assumptions about the won the story tellers’ control over the medium, choice of words (narration), pictures and music so that the process is as powerful for the story teller as the end product is to the listener
    15. 15. PHOTOGRAPHYa profound impact on the story teller themselves – it is in the telling that we are able to interrogate and deepen our understanding of our experiences and assumptions about the won the story tellers’ control over the medium, choice of words (narration), pictures and music so that the process is as powerful for the story teller as the end product is to the listener
    16. 16. PHOTOGRAPHYa profound impact on the story teller themselves – it is in the telling that we are able to interrogate and deepen our understanding of our experiences and assumptions about the won the story tellers’ control over the medium, choice of words (narration), pictures and music so that the process is as powerful for the story teller as the end product is to the listener
    17. 17. PHOTOGRAPHYa profound impact on the story teller themselves – it is in the telling that we are able to interrogate and deepen our understanding of our experiences and assumptions about the won the story tellers’ control over the medium, choice of words (narration), pictures and music so that the process is as powerful for the story teller as the end product is to the listener
    18. 18. PHOTOGRAPHYa profound impact on the story teller themselves – it is in the telling that we are able to interrogate and deepen our understanding of our experiences and assumptions about the won the story tellers’ control over the medium, choice of words (narration), pictures and music so that the process is as powerful for the story teller as the end product is to the listener
    19. 19. PHOTOGRAPHYa profound impact on the story teller themselves – it is in the telling that we are able to interrogate and deepen our understanding of our experiences and assumptions about the won the story tellers’ control over the medium, choice of words (narration), pictures and music so that the process is as powerful for the story teller as the end product is to the listener
    20. 20. PHOTOGRAPHYa profound impact on the story teller themselves – it is in the telling that we are able to interrogate and deepen our understanding of our experiences and assumptions about the won the story tellers’ control over the medium, choice of words (narration), pictures and music so that the process is as powerful for the story teller as the end product is to the listener
    21. 21. PHOTOGRAPHYa profound impact on the story teller themselves – it is in the telling that we are able to interrogate and deepen our understanding of our experiences and assumptions about the won the story tellers’ control over the medium, choice of words (narration), pictures and music so that the process is as powerful for the story teller as the end product is to the listener
    22. 22. PHOTOGRAPHYa profound impact on the story teller themselves – it is in the telling that we are able to interrogate and deepen our understanding of our experiences and assumptions about the won the story tellers’ control over the medium, choice of words (narration), pictures and music so that the process is as powerful for the story teller as the end product is to the listener
    23. 23. PHOTOGRAPHYa profound impact on the story teller themselves – it is in the telling that we are able to interrogate and deepen our understanding of our experiences and assumptions about the won the story tellers’ control over the medium, choice of words (narration), pictures and music so that the process is as powerful for the story teller as the end product is to the listener
    24. 24. PHOTOGRAPHYa profound impact on the story teller themselves – it is in the telling that we are able to interrogate and deepen our understanding of our experiences and assumptions about the won the story tellers’ control over the medium, choice of words (narration), pictures and music so that the process is as powerful for the story teller as the end product is to the listener
    25. 25. PHOTOGRAPHYa profound impact on the story teller themselves – it is in the telling that we are able to interrogate and deepen our understanding of our experiences and assumptions about the won the story tellers’ control over the medium, choice of words (narration), pictures and music so that the process is as powerful for the story teller as the end product is to the listener
    26. 26. PHOTOGRAPHYa profound impact on the story teller themselves – it is in the telling that we are able to interrogate and deepen our understanding of our experiences and assumptions about the won the story tellers’ control over the medium, choice of words (narration), pictures and music so that the process is as powerful for the story teller as the end product is to the listener
    27. 27. Editing Frame RatesProgressive - Interlace h264
    28. 28. 3x
    29. 29. 10%
    30. 30. 3:00
    31. 31. 350,000,000

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