Videos From Articles

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Is anyone making videos from their articles? I'd like to try this since it looks like big "G" loves video. What are you guys doing to make your videos interesting?

Just reciting an article sounds a little dry, but I'm not Steven Speilberg so I'm hoping for some pointers from someone who has done this successfully.

Is there any good information out there on the process?
#internet marketing #articles #videos
  • Profile picture of the author napoleonfirst
    To make videos from article you just have to use your webcam and start reading what you have wrotten. SENuke is good for video marketing.
    • Profile picture of the author Andy Money
      Or just turn it into a powerpoint and camtasia record the power point...?
    • Profile picture of the author Jill Carpenter
      I had someone write up an article for use to make a video with and strangely it came out sounding like a PSA. Anyway...

      I'm going to record my audio (me reading the article), make a little back beat of some kind using garage band, and then go on a hunt for stock photos.

      I will probably add some words (graphically) on the video itself that I am saying for more effect. I will probably try to give the photos some kind of movement as well if I'm feeling really ambitious.

      The article has been printed up on a blog already, and I can link the video to that blog page.

      Yes, google loves it.

      I am on a mac, and may be using keynote and/or screenflow. I may record initially on my dv camera for the audio so I can use a better microphone.

      I like to lay down the audio first (personally) and pop the images in over it so I can time them perfectly.

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