In my earlier blog - "Producing a Video - part 1", I stated that I would record a video this weekend. Unfortunately, the title "Producing a Video - part 2" was taken so, I have switched the title of the follow-up training to "Face the Camera".
I have moved over from my blog as it is not possible to embed or link to a video in a WA blog. So, here I am in Video Training. My first training and my first video!
I mentioned the Udemy course I am following, and as we are close to Black Friday and Udemy courses are all at $9.99, I thought it is worth passing on. I recommend the Udemy course - "Confidence On Camera: Make Amazing Videos, Easily" by Alexa Fischer.
I had fun creating this video, and I feel I have broken the ice with regards to facing the camera and posting online! I welcome your feedback, and if you have any questions, I am happy to answer them to the best of my ability.
My thanks to Jay (Magistudios) for explaining succinctly and to the point; convert the MOV (Apple) file to MP4. My original MOV file was about 4GB in size (a 7 minute HD recording), the resultant conversion was a more internet friendly 282MB HD MP4 format.
I used a free app from the App Store on my iMac. It was straightforward, semi-automatic and only took a few minutes to complete the job. The developer's website, deliver's a 404-page not found, and it looks like they market the paid-for version. The free app is still available in the App Store and is compatible with my old iMac running Mojave 10.14.1.