How do I add videos for downloading at clickbank

by sherry_d 4 replies
I am really not sure of how to go about this, but my product include videos for downloading that I will be promoting using Clickbank.

My question is whats the best way of adding these to the download page...I can attach them as zip files but that means the customer need to unzip it first and they may even need to get software to unzip, and the download takes a couple of minutes. I have also noticed that some videos do not even play properly even after downloading.

As a solution I was thinking I could instead provide a link where they view the video on something like amazon s3...whats your opinion on this and will clickbank be OK with this.

Secondly what format should I save my camtasia videos in...i think for eb in mpeg4 but i found i cannot open these in window media?
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  • Profile picture of the author Kevin Riley
    Sherry

    I provide my video lessons in MP4 now and I include an open source video player called VLC, which plays MP4. The MP4 vids are great quality and small in file size.

    All my products are in ZIP files. I probably have 1 in 300-400 customers who ever encounter a problem with ZIP files. Most computers now come stock with an unzipping facility. I highly recommend delivering in ZIP file.



    Originally Posted by sherry_d View Post

    I am really not sure of how to go about this, but my product include videos for downloading that I will be promoting using Clickbank.

    My question is whats the best way of adding these to the download page...I can attach them as zip files but that means the customer need to unzip it first and they may even need to get software to unzip, and the download takes a couple of minutes. I have also noticed that some videos do not even play properly even after downloading.

    As a solution I was thinking I could instead provide a link where they view the video on something like amazon s3...whats your opinion on this and will clickbank be OK with this.

    Secondly what format should I save my camtasia videos in...i think for eb in mpeg4 but i found i cannot oprn these in window media?
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  • Profile picture of the author sherry_d
    Thanks Kevin, that saves me money from amazon s3
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  • Profile picture of the author dreamgirl9
    thanks for your suggestion
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  • Profile picture of the author spearce000
    I've several video products online. I always direct customers to a password protected part of my site where they can either:

    Download the entire programe as a large zip file
    Download each video as an individual zip file
    View the video streamed from my server in Flash format.

    I find most people want to download the videos and watch them from their hard drives rather than view the streamed video. The various file sizes mean that customers with a slow connection aren't disadvantaged.
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