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Dealing with audio & video technical issues after the fact

So we’ve all had it happen… we load up this kick-ass interview we did only to find out our video is all messed up or it sounds like you recorded through a tin-can in an echo chamber. Now what do

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5 Ultimate Tips for Ranking On YouTube

We all know that YouTube is the #2 search engine on the planet. Thus, ranking on YouTube isn’t the easiest thing to do. Lots of competition out there. Here are my hacks for YouTube which increased my ranking and traffic

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Top 3 tools for Internet TV creation

Over the last few weeks I have been testing out new programs for broadcasting & recording video based content. #1 – XSplit Broadcaster XSplit Broadcaster is by far and above the best broadcasting software out there.   Featuring multiple “stages”

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Video Podcasting 101: Planning your show

The first step to starting a vidcast is planning your show.   Will you have guests?  Will you pre-record or will you broadcast live? What subjects will you cover? The following tips will help you plan out your show so

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The Top 5 webcams for Video Podcasters in 2013

It’s time for another round up of products that will give your show that professional shine you deserve. 1.  Logitech HD Pro Webcam C920 This webcam is a great bargain.   Featuring 1080p widescreen capture, h.264 hardware encoding and a Carl Zeiss

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Audio vs Video Podcasting: Is Video worth the added headaches?

A debate is constantly raging between audio podcasters and the newer video podcast hosts.   Which one is better? The audio folks will tell you that video podcasting is to complex and time consuming for it to be functional. “You’ll

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Welcome to the Revolution

Hollywood is scared…  really scared. As the Internet becomes a viable alternative to traditional media, the major corporations are shaking with the realization that anyone with a webcam and a microphone can have their own show. One just has to

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