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    Edwin's YouTube channel - options for distressed homeowners.
    Last edited by Edwin Baloloy; 04-14-2013, 09:26 PM.

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    [MENTION=5313]Edwin Baloloy[/MENTION] What video editor are you using in this video?

    You had mentioned on another site that you Index your videos. I would be very interested to know exactly how you do that and why.

    Nice video, professional with a host of useful information. Have you found people contact you as a result of your video marketing, and have they translated to sales?

    I watched several of your videos, but am curious about how you created a voice-over on your video. The specific one I am referring to is Loan modification help : Factors beyond your control - YouTube
    Kim Knox
    Principal Broker, Owner, ABR, GRI, PME, A-REO, REDCpro,
    541-899-7222
    Licensed to conduct Real Estate in the State of Oregon

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      Re: Video Post. More Value. More Solutions

      Edwin...come back to the party and tell us how you did your voice over...
      Pamela Palmer, Office Manager, Prudential Fine Homes Specialist..916-837-4500
      El Dorado Hills, Folsom, Sacramento California Sales & Marketing
      http://www.askpamela.com

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        Re: Video Post. More Value. More Solutions

        Sorry for the delay. I missed the first reply notification.

        In terms of a voiceover, there are several options. The first time around, I simply created an audio file from FreeConferenceCall.com and had my friend interview me radio style. The website has an option to download in to an wma or mp3 file and I used to into Windows Movie Maker. The software allows you to sync images to the audio.

        As I became more versed at using the software, I found out you can just use the narration feature on it. Break the audio down into 30-60 second segments and piece them together. This makes it easier for editing.

        Both likely aren't the best options for doing voiceover, but it still gives you variety over the "talking head".

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          Re: Video Post. More Value. More Solutions

          Originally posted by Kim Knox View Post
          [MENTION=5313]Edwin Baloloy[/MENTION] What video editor are you using in this video?

          You had mentioned on another site that you Index your videos. I would be very interested to know exactly how you do that and why.

          Nice video, professional with a host of useful information. Have you found people contact you as a result of your video marketing, and have they translated to sales?

          I watched several of your videos, but am curious about how you created a voice-over on your video. The specific one I am referring to is Loan modification help : Factors beyond your control - YouTube
          I've been using Windows Movie Maker on my old PC. Primarily because it's FREE and came with my Windows. It's pretty frustrating to use as it crashes very often.

          I'm learning iMovie on my new Mac and I'm sure it will be much better.

          In terms of indexing with a video with links on the screen, I feel it creates much better organization of your subjects especially in the case where you have over 10 videos. Your channel homepage allows a video to automatically play and you can link the images on your video to specific libraries. There are several tutorials on how to use the Annotation feature on your videos.

          The video on the channel page has active links that a viewer can click.

          On the individual videos, it would be a good practice to ask viewers to "subscribe to my channel" in first seconds using the annotation feature. If any spinoff videos exist with the content you're covering, it would be a good idea to create a link on the screen to that video.

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            Re: Video Post. More Value. More Solutions

            Originally posted by Edwin Baloloy View Post
            I've been using Windows Movie Maker on my old PC. Primarily because it's FREE and came with my Windows. It's pretty frustrating to use as it crashes very often.

            I'm learning iMovie on my new Mac and I'm sure it will be much better.

            In terms of indexing with a video with links on the screen, I feel it creates much better organization of your subjects especially in the case where you have over 10 videos. Your channel homepage allows a video to automatically play and you can link the images on your video to specific libraries. There are several tutorials on how to use the Annotation feature on your videos.

            The video on the channel page has active links that a viewer can click.

            On the individual videos, it would be a good practice to ask viewers to "subscribe to my channel" in first seconds using the annotation feature. If any spinoff videos exist with the content you're covering, it would be a good idea to create a link on the screen to that video.
            Really help full Thanks "Edwin Baloloy"

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