One way to host the videos that you create is through an online platform such as YouTube or Vimeo. This provides you a way to host, tag, and share your videos online.
- [Instructor] Once you have your video created…and exported, it's time to implement it.…But, first, you'll have to decide…what you want to do with it.…You may plan to host it on a video platform like YouTube,…host it on a learning management system,…a company website, or something else.…In this chapter, we'll take a look at some of these options.…The first one I want to go over is…hosting your video on a platform like YouTube.…YouTube can be a really valuable platform…allowing you to upload, curate, and share videos.…If you don't already have a YouTube account,…you can create one for free using a Google account.…
I'm gonna switch over here to my Google account,…and this is just a sample account.…And from here, I can easily navigate to YouTube,…which is a Google company.…I'll click on this grid icon up at the top,…and then I'm going to select YouTube.…This opens up my YouTube page,…and in the top right, I'm going to click on my picture,…and, from there, select My Channel.…Now, as you can see here, I don't yet have…
- Explain three reasons why short lengths of video within a training course are better.
- Recall the purpose for shutting off notifications during recording.
- Recognize the steps to take to get rid of computer audio.
- Define “trimming.”
- Identify the purpose of timelapsing.
- Name the most versatile video format.