I’m Bill Gruber, co-owner of BizVid Communications. Today I’m going to discuss the value of archiving video production “How To” blogs. Over the years we have created a number of these brief videos for our website and other social media outlets. Of all of the topics, we’ve found that the best ones received, deal with “how to.”
Every month, BizVid produces blogs to go on our website. Since I’m the more technically savvy between my partner and I, it generally falls to me to produce this kind of video blog. Topics help amateur video producers add polish to their productions. Topics include subjects like “How to Create a Linear Wipe in Premiere Pro”, “How to Eliminate Noise with Adobe Audition”, “How to Blur faces in Adobe Premiere Pro”, “How to Create Gradient Backgrounds in your Video” and the list goes on.
When we post these types of video on our blog and through YouTube, we’re continually amazed at the interest in these very specialized topics. One of the more unexpectedly successful video blog posts was a simple little video we did describing how a clap-board works and what it does to synchronize audio and video together in a video session. We thought this was such a common process that it didn’t need mentioning. But once we posted it, many remarked at how helpful and informative it was. Right then we realized that some of the things we take for granted as long time video producers, are informative and invaluable to amateur videographers.
If you want to expand your own video production knowledge, we invite you to navigate our many “How To” videos archived under our Word Press blog link on the BizVidcommunications.com website. You will find our blogs archives link at the top of our home page, joined by our Facebook, Yelp and YouTube icons.