On this week’s Creator’s Tip we show you how to add specific formatting tags to your YouTube videos to remove the window-boxing, or black bars around them, and how to make them either display in wide-screen or to remove the wide-screen aspect.
Chromecast is a cheap, effective and cool way to add internet video to almost any HDTV. But that’s not all this little device is capable of. Find out how you can use it to send any internet page to your TV or even hack your hotel TV to find something watchable.
Google’s mandatory integration of YouTube and Google+ Plus has caused no end of problems for many people, particularly those who have had their YouTube channel suspended or some features disabled because their Google+ Profile page was also suspended. It’s a complicated issue but we have a fix for you.
The advertising industry has finally embraced the power of online video and will be investing heavily in 2014, but what does that mean for web publishers? We give you the insights into three different approaches to video advertising and what it takes to win with each
YouTube comes out of the box for many viewers but there are lots of little workarounds and hacks for those who want to watch video their own way, thank you very much. We take a look at some of the best and easiest to implement. Let us know your favourites and we’ll add them to the list.
The world of video formats can be confusing if you’re unfamiliar with codecs, containers, frames per second, aspect ratios and compression. We’ve put together a quick guide to these topics which should give you a better understanding.
A good video marketing strategy will help you gain visibility in your field, an amazing video marketing strategy has the ability to transform your brand and drive huge sales of your product or service. We take a look at real life examples.
As a filmmaker, attention to detail is critical so you can stay on top of everything in front of, and behind, the camera. Follow our 7 point checklist and get it right first time so you not only create great footage but you spend a whole lot less time in post-production.
In this week’s Creator’s Tip video, I talk through the options for hosting live streaming events with YouTube – on Youtube.com vs. on your own website using YouTube’s embedded player. Which is better for your brand, your live stream event, and your viewers?
Multiple camera angles from the same shot gives your video footage an added depth and the right post-production editing allows you to make the most out of a particular shot. Creating multiple framing options from one take can help you make better edits and cut …