Dineshrie Pillay
Make Your Own
You Tube Videos
Gadgets & Equipment
 Camera
 Zoom Q3 + Accessories
 Lapel Mic
 Extra Lighting
 Mac Book –iMovie
Gadgets & Equipment
Step 1: Loading & Importing
Step 2: Creating an Event
Step 3: Create a Project
Step 4: Selecting & Editing
Step 5: Add Text, Music, Pics
Step 5: Add Text, Music, Pics
 Royalty free audio:
“Freeaudioclips.com”
 Pictures: Stock Photo – 123ERF.com
Step 6: Openings & Closings
Step 7: Review & Upload
Step 7: Review & Upload
 Public vs Private
 Duration – 5-7 minutes
 Key words / Tag Lines
 Think of interesting titles...
Video Types
 Customer Interviews / Testimonials
 Feedback from workshop attendees > 1
day
 Promotional videos
 Teaching content
 ...
Things to watch out for
 Cell Phones off – picks up sound
 People eating crisps
 Interviewing people – everyone else stay
quiet
 Lighting of r...
Must Have’s
 Company logo at the bottom or at the end
 Wear clothing in sync with your company
logo
 Pull up banners of your own co...
Camera Angles
 Look straight at the camera
 If interviewing others – train them to look
at the camera
 If using two camera’s – side a...
Teaching Videos
 Different ways to start: start in one office and walk
on to the next
 Invite people into your “Studio” Room
 Brendon B...
Interview Videos
 Ask the question and stay quiet!
 Send your interviewees a list of
questions prior to the meeting to prep
 Sit with th...
Corporate Videos
 Snaps of your attendees drinking coffee at the
coffee station
 Snaps of them walking into the venue – with
company logo...
In-source or Outsource
 Doing it yourself – does save money – but
takes time!
 More fancy video software:
Final Cut Pro X – Mac
Corel Digital...
And there is more…
 Include your website URL at the end
 Call to action;
 Think about your Channel Name on You
Tube:
Personal Name
“Bran...
Have Fun!
Every 3 months – do something that scares you!
“Complexity exists in my mind. Something that confuses
me today may seem si...
“ Paying it forward
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Dineshrie Pillay PSASA Presentation - 8 August 2013 - Pecha Kucha

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Dineshrie Pillay PSASA Presentation - 8 August 2013 - Pecha Kucha

  1. 1. Dineshrie Pillay Make Your Own You Tube Videos
  2. 2. Gadgets & Equipment
  3. 3.  Camera  Zoom Q3 + Accessories  Lapel Mic  Extra Lighting  Mac Book –iMovie Gadgets & Equipment
  4. 4. Step 1: Loading & Importing
  5. 5. Step 2: Creating an Event
  6. 6. Step 3: Create a Project
  7. 7. Step 4: Selecting & Editing
  8. 8. Step 5: Add Text, Music, Pics
  9. 9. Step 5: Add Text, Music, Pics  Royalty free audio: “Freeaudioclips.com”  Pictures: Stock Photo – 123ERF.com
  10. 10. Step 6: Openings & Closings
  11. 11. Step 7: Review & Upload
  12. 12. Step 7: Review & Upload  Public vs Private  Duration – 5-7 minutes  Key words / Tag Lines  Think of interesting titles – Blogs;  Share your video after you uploaded  Space Requirements
  13. 13. Video Types
  14. 14.  Customer Interviews / Testimonials  Feedback from workshop attendees > 1 day  Promotional videos  Teaching content  Introductory videos  Interviewing “specialists”  Corporate videos Video Types
  15. 15. Things to watch out for
  16. 16.  Cell Phones off – picks up sound  People eating crisps  Interviewing people – everyone else stay quiet  Lighting of room  Check sound quality, do some tests  Noisy / windy – protection for mic Things to watch out for
  17. 17. Must Have’s
  18. 18.  Company logo at the bottom or at the end  Wear clothing in sync with your company logo  Pull up banners of your own company logo – teaching videos / Testimonials  Pull up banners of company – corporate / workshop type videos  Sound energetic / lively! Must Have’s
  19. 19. Camera Angles
  20. 20.  Look straight at the camera  If interviewing others – train them to look at the camera  If using two camera’s – side angle – alternate every 1 minute  Walk towards the camera – if getting testimonials after a conference. Camera Angles
  21. 21. Teaching Videos
  22. 22.  Different ways to start: start in one office and walk on to the next  Invite people into your “Studio” Room  Brendon Burchard – uses a flip chart – reveals content from Post It’s – lots of white.  Roger Love – sits on a stool – wears black against a white background/upper board – reading off a screen prompt.  Most impactful video: Andy Harrington: Black Background – colorful clothing with flip chart.  Green / Yellow Post its Teaching Videos
  23. 23. Interview Videos
  24. 24.  Ask the question and stay quiet!  Send your interviewees a list of questions prior to the meeting to prep  Sit with them for a while before hand and go through the stuff.  Do a dry run before the live shot. Interview Videos
  25. 25. Corporate Videos
  26. 26.  Snaps of your attendees drinking coffee at the coffee station  Snaps of them walking into the venue – with company logo  Working shots; Wide Angle of the room  Take some pictures along the way – you can include them in the editing  Team building pics are good – lighter side of training / work.  Get managers to say a few words – why the training is important. Corporate Videos
  27. 27. In-source or Outsource
  28. 28.  Doing it yourself – does save money – but takes time!  More fancy video software: Final Cut Pro X – Mac Corel Digital Studio Sony Movie Studio Movie Edit Pro  Have a back-up editor – take your stuff and complete the final mix. In-source or Outsource
  29. 29. And there is more…
  30. 30.  Include your website URL at the end  Call to action;  Think about your Channel Name on You Tube: Personal Name “Branded” Name Product or Promotional Item or Event And there is more…
  31. 31. Have Fun!
  32. 32. Every 3 months – do something that scares you! “Complexity exists in my mind. Something that confuses me today may seem simple to me tomorrow, although nothing has changed in the world.” Julian Day Have Fun!
  33. 33. “ Paying it forward

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