August 8, 2007

The Adventures Of Bart

I was reading about something interesting and new and I went to look up more about it on the Internet...and instead of looking for an article, I wanted to see a video about it.

Videoblogging is a hard work, you can bet that. It does take time and effort, indeed. But when you can take a standard videocam, a $49 piece of editing software and start playing around, you gradually learn what works and what doesn't.

Videoblogging doesn’t work for every topic? No, it's hard to deliver nuance and deep thinking.

Really, is hard to Videoblog every day, hard to find the time, unless you are like the editor of The Adventures Of Bart. The standard figure is an hour of prep/editing for each minute of video; sometimes it takes less time but it's a good rule of thumb.

I think the Videoblog it not the future of media but it will be part of it. Until all the tools get baked, It's fun to mess around and see what happens.

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

It's good to know that videoblogging is there. Can we know that? How to one can for I am over and two? Once, don't eat the bean! LOL!