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Periscope tips and working with vertical video

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Mobile video expert Robb Montgomery shares some clever ways to use Periscope and offers design guidance to help developers understand the difference between 'vertical video' and a 'vertical media experience.'

There is a new mobile storytelling language emerging and it is based on the concept story cards.

Story cards are not new, but cards in a mobile environment are swipeable, shareable, and streamable. Story cards are visual, compact, concise and can be organized on the fly at the presentation stage.

Visual story cards are extremely effective for mobile news and information consumers. The power will shift to storytellers who have the literacy to find, capture and present their stories using only their mobile device.

We are now at the point that very effective story card content is being produced by storytellers with mobile devices. Using apps, like Periscope and a range of other apps that work best on mobile devices."

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Periscope tips and working with vertical video

  1. 1. Robb MontgomeryThe Smartphone Newsroom Vertical video Split the screen to show multiple angles. “Literally, can’t even” 
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  2. 2. Robb MontgomeryThe Smartphone Newsroom Vertical video You can hack the display to provide multiple windows to content.
  3. 3. Robb MontgomeryThe Smartphone Newsroom x Vertical video Reduce the motion in vertical video to keep your viewers from vomiting.
  4. 4. Robb MontgomeryThe Smartphone Newsroom x Vertical video Let events unfold in front of the camera. Best if any motion is small in relation to the full frame.
  5. 5. Robb MontgomeryThe Smartphone Newsroom Vertical video Smooth motion is best. Focus on unique visuals that surprise and reward the viewer.
  6. 6. Robb MontgomeryThe Smartphone Newsroom Exclusives Get and share newsmaker sound bites on a moment’s notice. Jeff Jarvis at #IJF15
  7. 7. Robb MontgomerySmart Film School I. Close all other apps. II. Use an analog mic III. “Do not Disturb” Periscope tips
  8. 8. Robb MontgomeryThe Smartphone Newsroom Framing Your subject will be speaking to the camera Luigi Salsini, CalNEWS
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