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How To Sell Your Videos: Most Popular Articles

January 3, 2012 by  
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New Years sunset over the Pacific Ocean

We spent a few nights away celebrating our 10th wedding anniversary playing tourists in our own county. So I decided to slip in a “Best of How To Sell Your Videos Blog 2011” post before the new year really gets underway, just in case you missed something from the past year.

Here are our top articles from 2011, based on your enthusiasm via comments, links, and retweets.

Far and large, our articles on video trends and equipment were the most popular.

Video Trends

We headed to Las Vegas to attend the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB Show) and then Pasadena to attend DVExpo 2011. Here’s the list of those top articles from those trips.

Go Pro Camera Review – One Cool Little Camera You’ll Want

Want to incorporate POV (point of view) cameras into your projects? Here’s a solution for you! Find out why you’ll want to get it.

Audio Technica Microphone: New Short External Mics

Audio-Technica microphone – meet the shorter shotgun mics, the Pro 24C, the AT 2022 and the AT 8022 in this short video from the Audio-Technica booth at NAB.

How To Make Videos Without The Shakes

Do you want to know how to make videos without that shaky-hand problem? Here are a few tips that will get you shooting better video in no time.

iPhone Stabilizer – 3 Options For You When Shooting Video

iPhone stabilizers – what options are there? When hand holding your iPhone, there is far too much side to side movement to get a steady shot. What can you do?

Panasonic Camcorder Review: The Panasonic AG-AC160

If you’ve been lusting after the Panasonic AG-AF100 but only have a budget in the $3,500 – $5,000 range, the AG-AC160 and the AG-AC130 are well worth a look.

Matrox MXO2 Mini: Will This Encoder Come To My Rescue?

The Matrox MXO2 Mini, hardware encoder to the rescue? I think I may have found some relief in the Matrox MAX technology. Check out the video to see what I found.

Video Editor: Take A Look At PixelCut

An online video editor that’s easy to use so you can collaborate with your video production team around the world regarding the look, feel & content of your project? Check out PixelCut.

In the spring we started a whole series of video Audio tips that were very well received.

How To Record Audio Outdoors: 1 Tip To Capture Better Audio

Wonder how to record audio outdoors? Watch this short video for one easy tip that will improve your audio when you are shooting an outdoor video.

External Microphones: Get Better Audio In Windy Conditions

Planning on shooting video while you go on vacation? Watch this short video to see what one item I suggest you bring along.

Lavalier Microphone System: Going Wireless

A lavalier microphone system can include a wired or a wireless mic. Wired mics are wonderful but there are times when a wireless mic is what you want.

Lavalier Microphone System: Get Wired

A lavalier microphone system should include a wired microphone. That is a great choice for most interviewing, stationary shooting situations.

Recording Sound For Video: Keeping It Clean

When you’re recording sound for video, it’s often necessary to reduce ambient noise & capture as clean a sound as possible. Here are a few ways to do this.

Video Gear

Video Gear: What’s In Your Camera Bag?

What video gear do you think is essential? Here is the first in a series of videos and posts where I open up my video gear bag and share with you what’s inside.

Joby™ Gorillatorch Review: Why This Is The Coolest Flashlight 

Joby Gorillatorch is the swiss army knife of flashlights. I’ve discovered that it’s not only a cool flashlight, it’s also a great tool to add to your video gear.

Video Gear: Show Some Light On The Subject

Video light, an often overlooked & confounding aspect to video to many people, can be done easily & inexpensively with this system.

Video Gear: Throw A Travel Sized Tripod In Your Bag

A travel tripod has a place in your video gear bag. Here’s why you should invest in one of these inexpensive tripods.

Video gear essentials? Gaffers tape

You’ll find out why I always carry a roll in my gear bag in this short video.

We want this blog to provide you with some good information to get you started producing and selling your videos. In order to do that, I’d love to hear from you on topics you would like us to cover in 2011. Please take a few minutes and comment below!


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