According to new research, 46% of all video plays in Q4 of 2015 were on mobile devices. In fact, mobile video consumption has risen 35% in the past year, and grown an astonishing 170% since 2013.
Adding subtitles to your YouTube videos is a great way to help engage your audience. While subtitles benefit viewers with hearing impairment, they have additional benefits as well. For example, you can add subtitles in various languages; allowing you to communicate with a larger audience. Additionally, if your share you videos on social media, your subtitles can be seen on mobile devices as viewers "scroll by" your video in their news feed - thus giving you an opportunity to catch their eye. So, let's learn how we add subtitles to YouTube.
As we said in our two previous posts, there are three stages of the overall production process: Pre-Production, Production, and Post-Production. This process applies to any type of media production including film, video, television, or audio project. In this blog, we're going to take a look at Post-Production, as we define what it is and explain how it works.
As we outlined in our blog, 'What is Pre-Production and Why Does it Matter?', there are three stages of the overall production process: Pre-Production, Production, and Post-Production. This process applies to any type of media production including film, video, television, or audio project. Today we look at the exciting phase of Production.
The production process refers to the stages required to complete any film or video project, from an idea to the final master copy. This process applies to any type of media production including film, video, television, or audio project. The three stages of the overall production process are: Pre-Production, Production, and Post-Production. The stages of production in each medium vary only slightly; for example, there is no need for a storyboard in an audio recording project. However, the same general concepts work for, and are applied to, any medium. Let's look at what's involved in the Pre-Production process, and see why it's so important.
If there's ever been evidence that video marketing is a hot commodity, this is it. Periscope is crushing it.
The process of making a professional video can be a complicated process that involves a daunting mountain of emails, edits, uploads, downloads, and re-edits. 90 Seconds has rolled out a new cloud-based platform with the goal of streamlining the video production process by centralizing much of the process in one online location.
Last year witnessed tremendous growth for video on Facebook. At the end of 2014, Facebook served-up just shy of one billion video views per day. By the end of 2015, Facebook was dishing out more than eight billion daily views. It's clear that the overall trajectory of Facebook video consumption is undeniable.
It's no surprise that Facebook's video platform has grown so rapidly. In 2014, Facebook's CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, said, “In five years most of Facebook will be video”. Below are 5 stats that show the importance of Facebook videos in 2016.
You already know how beneficial video marketing is at attracting new customers and improving your search engine optimization (SEO). There's just one little problem - you're a not a filmmaker. But don't worry, Facebook has a new tool that helps you make engaging videos for free.
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