How to Create a Website Step 24 Create and Upload Videos
Part 1 of an 8 Part Series on How to Create a Website – Create and Upload Videos.
Now things get really exciting, here we will learn the tools used to create a website video. Creating a website video is exciting for some and terrifying to others. Like any form of communication, for many it is difficult to stand before people and present their ideas. Creating website videos or engaging in webcam chats has to be at the top of the list as the most terrifying. We are going to cover the hardware and software used to create a website video and in the process hopefully you can offset some of these terrifying qualities with more knowledge on the topic.
*Company Disclosure* We carefully researched all products mentioned in this tutorial based on our own use and only selected production equipment that met our strict criteria. All equipment must be multipurpose. Having our production equipment multipurpose allows our company to disperse the cost over its multiple applications, while at the same time having the benefits of a better quality product.
For the purpose of creating a website video we will not be going into wireless and condenser microphone products. First for our purpose the reason we won’t be covering wireless microphones is even though they add additional range and mobility, they increase costs tremendously. Secondly, the reason we will not covering condenser microphones in the conventional sense is because we selected the multipurpose Zoom H4N and it can be used as a condenser microphone as needed. We will cover each of these products as we reveal the details of how we use each of them.
Here at Domain-Cheap.com we opted to use the Canon EOS 7D because of the quality and flexibility it has. We use it for everything from photographing and videoing company events to photos for employee badges and professional YouTube tutorial videos. We can justify the cost of the Canon 7D because it is used multiple times every day. We are actually thinking of purchasing of second 7D as it seems to be always in use.
When selecting power options for the Canon EOS 7D we found after going through tons double A’s, the Canon LP-E6 paired with the Canon BG-E7 battery grip and Canon ACK-E6AC works best for our needs. These solutions afford us a much longer production sessions between battery changes and if we are in a fixed location with a power socket, the Canon ACK-E6AC will keep us powered indefinitely.
In each of these cases, there are cheaper rechargeable battery packs, battery grips and power cables by off brand companies, but the trouble with these are they do not have the correct electronics inside to correctly report the power levels. This is not to mention if the Canon 7D warranty will cover 3rd party batteries leaking inside the camera. So rather than risking our $1,500.00 investment to a 3rd party, we stuck with all Canon original parts for our purposes.
Here at Domain-Cheap.com we trade flash memory cards like baseball cards. Everyone has their own preferences for different cards based on their experiences. Some of us swear by the safety of a pack of multiple 16GB compact flash cards, others like the convenience of never having to change a card out all day because they use a single 64GB compact flash card.
It all comes down to your personal experience. Some people are lucky and can go their whole life and never lose data on a hard drive, CD, DVD, Blu-ray or flash drive and others have to carry around 3 backup copies of their files because they always get corrupt files.
For some people this topic walks a fine line between the real and the super natural. How can one person go their whole life with no data corruption and another loses data at least once a month. So without getting into a deep discussion of the true nature of reality, let’s just let experience guild wisdom and you pick a flash drive based on how often you lose your data or can afford to lose your data.
So in closing we do not want to advise someone in a direction that might cause them to lose any data. So we ask our customers to think carefully. If you never lose data, maybe think about getting big 64GB 128GB 256GB or even 512GB compact flash cards. If you lose data or can’t afford to lose data maybe think about getting several small 16GB compact flash cards.
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If you need more assistance on how to create a website video, contact us to schedule an appointment for a conference call. We would be happy to look over your project and give helpful advice where ever possible. Please call us at 1.480.664.3700 or send us an email at Support@Domain-Cheap.com with subject line (Create and Upload Videos) with a brief description of how we can assist you to create a website.
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