Making A Professional You Tube Video
How do you make a professional You Tube video for your business? There are lots of different ways, but it involves some knowledge of video editing, and the software or tools to do it.
If you don’t have a video camera, and don’t have a good software for editing videos together, then you may have a problem.
What I do to make You Tube videos is fairly straightforward. I use iMovie, which is a free software that came with my Mac computer.
I simply put together text on top of one of the stock backgrounds, or any photos and videos I decide to use, add some music, (preferably original), make sure that the changes of the clips matches the beat of the music, and then I upload it to You Tube.
I made this one just for this post, in about an hour, and I have found that my posts and videos do better if I put them together, and embed a video on them.
Get Me To Make You A You Tube Video
I can pretty much edit anything together, but you have to provide me with most of the things you want me put in, as I haven’t got a video camera, and I’m not gifted in that way.
I can maybe work out how to take a screenshot video of me doing something on your site, I can give you the basic options for backgrounds and different types of text and transitions that come with iMovie, and a few original bits of music that I have like techno, acoustic guitar, and metal guitar, but apart from that, you have to send me the files you want me to put into the video, so I can cut them together.
The payment page for getting me to make you one of these is: Professional You Tube Video. There are a few different options, as you will see, starting at ten dollars, and going up to thirty dollars, or perhaps more for a longer video with more editing involved.
I can also get you views for your videos once they are uploaded to You Tube, which will help you a lot in getting more views, because the more you have, the more you’re likely to get.
I can get you 250 views for ten dollars, which is also included in the cost of a premium thirty dollar video, so long as the video isn’t longer than a minute or two, and doesn’t have more than a dozen transitions.
How do you make a professional You Tube video? If you’re not a professional video maker, then it’s best to hire someone with a bit of experience in doing it.