Vine and Other Video Content Creators (Aug 2014)

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Self-created content dominates the web. Short videos created on mobile devices from services like Vine can help you create fun, quirky and impactful video without a lot of technical know-how. During this two-part class, we will explore:

Explore the basics of Vine and how it's different from other video sites
Learn the tips and tricks for a successful Vine
Show how to find and share Vine content appropriate for your audience
Discuss other video content creator sites
Attendees will create their own Vine, customize it for their audience, and have the option to receive feedback.

Virtual Trainer: Rachel Eichen, Novare Library Services

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Vine and Other Video Content Creators (Aug 2014)

  1. 1. Rachel Eichen Novare Library Services
  2. 2. Quick Poll
  3. 3. Agenda  What is Vine?  Vine discovery  Library uses  Creating a vine
  4. 4. Vine 101  By the makers of Twitter  iOS, Android, and Windows Mobile only  6 seconds
  5. 5. “Vine is to video what a tweet is to text. Can you convey your message in six seconds?” - Stephen Waddington http://wadds.co.uk/2013/01/27/10-ways-brands-can-use-vine/
  6. 6. Stop-motion https://vine.co/v/hXYYUOjQB39
  7. 7. Camera tricks https://vine.co/v/h7hHHKwejlO
  8. 8. Creating a drawing https://vine.co/v/b5PUVEEE9tn
  9. 9. How-to videos https://vine.co/v/b5Ql6wtjr3Z
  10. 10. Condensing events https://t.co/MeCsnVUt12
  11. 11. Humor https://vine.co/v/hea2nVXdt5J
  12. 12. What can you do with a Vine Video?  Share on Social Media  Embed on Website
  13. 13. Embed it on a website
  14. 14. Explore within the app
  15. 15. Explore the website https://vine.co/
  16. 16. TV Mode (Vine.co website)
  17. 17. Twitter (#vine)
  18. 18. JustVined http://justvined.com/
  19. 19. Vine Maps http://vinesmap.com/
  20. 20. vinecats.com
  21. 21. VinePeek (vpeeker.com)
  22. 22. VineRoulette.com
  23. 23. YouTube Compilations https://www.youtube.com/watch ?v=mqPqew79_wc
  24. 24. Tutorials https://vine.co/v/bg1qTTj3XFv
  25. 25. Promotion https://vine.co/v/bJ3gTWrIHtZ
  26. 26. https://vine.co/v/btghhnEgVYW
  27. 27. Promotional Ads https://vine.co/v/brBgBDKIIet
  28. 28. Library Tours https://vine.co/v/b1357QgKOhM
  29. 29. Other Library uses  Show off new books  Meet the library staff  Contests (use hashtags)  Book recommendations
  30. 30. Download the App  iOS: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/vine/id5 92447445?mt=8&uo=4&at=10lmBm&ct= Vine_Homepage_Download  Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/apps/detail s?id=co.vine.android  Windows Mobile: http://www.windowsphone.com/s?appid= f9e6f07e-e47e-47f5-806d-55d4f79f2b60
  31. 31. Sign in & Allow Permissions
  32. 32. Open it up and start recording
  33. 33. Hold to record, release to stop
  34. 34. When done, publish!
  35. 35. Where is your vine?  On your Vine profile (use the dropdown to find)  On your Vine web profile  Facebook/Twitter if you enabled it  Also in your Videos/Photos
  36. 36. Use ghost mode for animation
  37. 37. Not ready yet? Save it as a draft
  38. 38. Edit to rearrange frames
  39. 39. Vine tips  Must post to Vine, Twitter/Facebook optional  Plan before you shoot  Hold camera steady (tripod if available)  Try for good lighting
  40. 40. Making Vines is serious business! http://mashable.com/2014/03/08/dylan- blau-stop-motion/
  41. 41. Homework  Download Vine App  Create a Vine video for professional or personal use  Send me the link. It will look something like: http://vine.co/v/b1357QgKOhM
  42. 42. Any questions?
  43. 43. adverb@gmail.com Rachel Eichen www.learnsurge.com www.novarelibrary.com slideshare.net/adverb
  44. 44. Rachel Eichen Novare Library Services
  45. 45. Quick Poll
  46. 46. Agenda  Assignment Review  Vine tools  Instagram video  Other video tools
  47. 47. Remember, you can edit!
  48. 48. Turn into animated gifs http://www.gfycat.com/ (RIP gifvine.co)
  49. 49. Free vine stats http://simplymeasured.com/free-social- media-tools#report-316
  50. 50. Record without holding http://www.wired.com/2013/12/fingerless- vine-videos/
  51. 51. Get a tripod
  52. 52. Get a remote http://www.mukulabs.com/
  53. 53. Use a filter for crazy effect
  54. 54. Record with headphones in
  55. 55. Use a boom mic
  56. 56. Intro  15 seconds  Part of Instagram app
  57. 57. Integrates with Feed
  58. 58. Filters & Stabilizer
  59. 59. Choose a Cover Image
  60. 60. More sharing options
  61. 61. Direct message in new version
  62. 62. Which is better?  Both very popular  Does library already use Instagram?  Better Vine tools  Pictures vs. Video  Can import vines into Instagram  Embedding important?  No Instagram Video on Windows Mobile  Competition is always good!
  63. 63. VideoFX Live
  64. 64. http://www.magisto.com/
  65. 65. Video Edit (iOS)
  66. 66. Gif Boom • Take 20 sec video • Select pics • Select Filters/Edit • Publish your own gif http://gifboom.com/
  67. 67. SloPro http://sloproapp.com/
  68. 68. Morfo http://www.morfoapp.com/
  69. 69. Google Glass
  70. 70. Tips  Use Youtube for central distribution  Back-up on to Dropbox (iCloud doesn’t do videos)
  71. 71. Resources  Ultimate Guide to Vine  10 Cool Ways Libraries Can Use Vine  Instagram vs. Vine Differences  Ultimate Guide to Instagram  Photojojo
  72. 72. Any questions?
  73. 73. adverb@gmail.com Rachel Eichen www.learnsurge.com www.novarelibrary.com slideshare.net/adverb

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