- Paperback: 362 pages
- Publisher: Wiley; 1 edition (June 26, 2006)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0470037881
- ISBN-13: 978-0470037881
- Product Dimensions: 7.3 x 0.8 x 9.2 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 4 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,987,695 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Videoblogging 1st Edition
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From the Back Cover
It's the ultimate reality show—YOURS
Amazing, isn't it? You're on equal footing with multibillion-dollar TVand movie producers. Videoblogging lets your audience see your cause,your story, or your personal creations—and you can distribute your showto anyone with Internet access. And since the videobloggingcommunity is all about sharing, more than 20 expertshave kicked in tips and ideasto make this book the ultimatevideoblogging crash course. So head for the checkout, grabfresh batteries for your videocamera, and let's get started!
A few of the things you'll learn to do
- Choose your video's style and message
- Create great-looking videos inexpensively
- Edit like an expert
- Host your video online, for free
- Secrets of distribution and syndication
- Subscribe to other videoblogs
- Showcase your art
- Tagging, tracking, and making money
- Get involved in the community
About the Author
Jay Dedman was a freelance photographer and a TV journalist for CNN International before he became co-creator of the Videoblogging Group in 2004. He is also a founding partner in FireAnt.tv. You can read his personal blog at www.momentshowing.net.
Joshua Paul has produced primetime TV specials, worked as a producer for Sony Pictures Entertainment, and produced a variety of broadcast and online projects. A dedicated code junkie, he maintains his blog at www.joshpaul.com/blog.
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In fact, there were a lot of very practical tech tips that were helpful to me - things I was not aware of, and these are discussed in a step by step fashion that make them easy to learn, without being condescending. At the same time, I think this would also be an excellent book for someone just starting, due to the way that things are laid out in a straight forward/practical way.
Interestingly, the thing I especially like about the book is that it combines these very practical how-to details within the context of the video blogging story, complete with information on the brief history of this technology/genre and interviews with some of those who have been instrumental in this space, and the book include a lot of examples from active and successful video blogs/bloggers.
Finally, it's obvious that Jay and Josh are not outside observers who want to cash in on this growing area. In fact, both are totally immersed in the vlogging community in many ways. This really comes out in their writing and this is why they do such a good job of identifying what you really need to know to get started and to get better, while at the same time discussing the bigger picture, as to what video blogging is really all about - which goes far beyond the technical details.
I strongly recommend this book - a rare example of a practical and and interesting read at the same time.
In fact, it's a good beginner to advanced type of book, and will put you on the right track.