Twitter: How to automate using Twitterfeed

If you use Twitter, you may have noticed how important it is to feed your audience with a constant flow of information that relates to your brand. It can be a challenge though to always share links with your network. If you have a blog for example, you'll probably want to send out a tweet when … [Read more...]

YouTube: How to create annotations

If you upload videos to YouTube, this tutorial is for you. In addition to creating your own online channel, YouTube has several features to help you increase the interactivity or your videos. One of the main features are annotations. Annotations are text, links, and other features that can be … [Read more...]

How to convert a DVD into a media file

So, you have a bunch of videos on a DVD and you want to upload them to the Internet, but it's just not working. It's because a DVD file is different from video files like .wmv, .avi, .mov and .mpeg4. I've often had people ask me how to convert a DVD to a media file that you can upload. There … [Read more...]

How to hold your iPhone when shooting video

When I got my iPhone 3Gs, I didn't know how to hold it while shooting video. At first, I held it vertically, the same way as when making a phone call. I soon realized that that wasn't the RIGHT way to hold the phone/camera. Do you shoot video with your iPhone? If you own a 3Gs or a 4G, there … [Read more...]

Digital Boot Camp-Producing Engaging Content

Web video is hot.  How hot?  According to the latest ComScore statistics, 172 million Americans are watching video online, which equals 14.6 hours per month.  It’s more affordable than ever to produce a video on the Web, and the results can be tremendous to your business or organization.  If you’re … [Read more...]

Kodak Zi8: Lighting and good audio

Check out this set up for lighting and capturing good audio with the Kodak Zi8 pocket camera. I use a Home Depot halogen light, and a lavalier mic with a fluid head tripod. … [Read more...]