Join Jason Osder for an in-depth discussion in this video Adding videos, part of Learning Online Social Video (2013).
Now that we're more comfortable as an end user watching videos and social…networking, let's talk a little more about the concepts and vocabulary around adding…videos to these networks. I'm here on my YouTube homepage and I am…logged in. It's necessary to be logged in to really…play out some of the choices that I'm going to show you here.…But really my purpose is to go over the concepts.…So if you don't have an account yet and you're just learning and deciding what…platform to use, it's okay to just watch this video.…
So when I talk about being logged in, I see a username here.…And that's important. That tells me that I'm logged in, but it's…also my identity on YouTube. This is generally referred to as an…account or a user name and it's what opens up a lot of the functionality in YouTube.…It's also necessary to upload videos and really interact with people.…The term Upload is consistently used for putting your video on the site.…It refers to sending something up, from your local machine to the World Wide Web.…
Continue learning with Jason's other courses on online video, YouTube Essential Training and Vimeo Essential Training.
- Understanding what an online video service does
- Understanding "social video"
- Sharing and embedding videos
- Comparing technology
- Choosing an online video platform to meet your needs
- Finding additional resources