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Mis Takes With Video Presenting

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Presentation Camp March 23, 2010.
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Mis Takes With Video Presenting

  1. 1. Mis-Takes with Video Presenting Heather Leson March 23, 2010
  2. 2. We Love Video
  3. 3. We expect video content
  4. 4. Presenting in Video is not simple
  5. 5. People make it look easy with skill.
  6. 6. Video Basics
  7. 7. Train the Trainer: Set Guidelines, Expectations Script Storytelling/Content Development Production/Editing Tools
  8. 8. Over plan: Lack of planning on your part does not constitute an emergency.
  9. 9. Watch the Professionals
  10. 10. Watch as many videos presentations as you can. Every day. Diverse topics.
  11. 11. Need storytelling help? Thanks to Kris Reyes (City TV): http://powerofstory.tumblr.com/
  12. 12. Be passionate, be a force.
  13. 13. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bl_odyXw1p8
  14. 14. 4 Types of Video Presenting
  15. 15. The Measures: Know your tools Testing 1, 2, 3 Think globally, act locally Front channel, back channel, other channel
  16. 16. how long is your attention span? 5 4 3 2 1 And, weʼre off
  17. 17. Embedded Video
  18. 18. Inside OpenSRS: Tech Team Video Series http://opensrs.com/blog/2009/11/meet-opensrs- change-management-part-1-video/
  19. 19. THE REVIEW: Embedded Video Know your tools: mic not hooked up, room echo Testing 1, 2, 3: Content too long, interviewer didn’t need to be on screen. Crickets. Think globally, act locally: We stored on Blip.tv, posted to company blog Other channel: Script, storytelling, content development, editing should not be painful, length
  20. 20. Webinar
  21. 21. The best webinars Iʻve attended are collaborative video
  22. 22. THE REVIEW: Webinar Know your tools: Mic, video conferencing software, host, be on time Testing 1, 2, 3: Pretend you have an audience. No, really. Think globally, act locally: send the presentation ahead of time. Why? so that you will change up the webinar content. Load to blog, etc. Get stats. Front channel, back channel, other channel: Mute the audio automatically, pay attention everywhere
  23. 23. Streaming Video
  24. 24. Is video part of your presentation? Please say yes. Just say no to conference naps.
  25. 25. http://blip.tv/file/3373934
  26. 26. Podcamp 2010 Dongle? USB back up plan? Wifi fails. Ready, press play? Tic, Toc. Too much content, too many speakers
  27. 27. SXSW http://www.ustream.tv/channel/cchaiti-sxsw
  28. 28. THE REVIEW: Streaming Video Know your tools: have remote help, check mics, laptops on site Testing 1, 2, 3: No sound, wifi fail Think globally, act locally: At a conference, test the room ahead of time. Test it when it is full. Test it before. Have a back-up recording plan. Post asap. Front channel, back channel, other channel: We used ustream chat, twitter and email to advise the panelists
  29. 29. If streaming: Assign someone to tech support Consider questions from the back channel Monitor all the channels: ustream, twitter, your organizationʼs email
  30. 30. Read about Evan Williams at SXSW. Always be prepared. http://journalism.nyu.edu/pubzone/weblogs/pressthink/2010/03/17/backchannel.html
  31. 31. Ignite is setting the bar.
  32. 32. http://www.youtube.com/watch? v=YJ_BxKge35o&feature=related
  33. 33. Collaborative Video
  34. 34. What does that mean? ALL AT ONCE
  35. 35. Streamed Video Recorded video Event Email Collaborative space Twitter presentation All day Multiple presenters Ustream chat panelists Etherpad Chat minutes a few hours IM the Internet remembers IRC Conference Ning phones? <insert hot new tool here> whenever
  36. 36. Event/Conference Video 2 days, 8 hours each
  37. 37. http://www.ustream.tv/channel/crisiscampfounder
  38. 38. THE REVIEW: Collaborative Video Know your tools: Everyone helps. Testing 1, 2, 3: No sound, stream fail, have your users test Think globally, act locally: Everything you do is on video. It will be repurposed, reused. Front channel, back channel, other channel: Open source, crowd-sourced, collaborative
  39. 39. Prepare signs for video content silence. Conference call speakers don’t make great visuals. Be Innovative.
  40. 40. Upload
  41. 41. Ustream Blip.tv Where will your content go? YouTube Slideshare Everywhere
  42. 42. Give me a shout: Heather Leson Communications Lead @heatherleson heatherleson@gmail.com Linked In: http://ca.linkedin.com/in/heatherleson Google Profile:http://www.google.com/profiles/heatherleson
  43. 43. Insert your video here. Thank you

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