YouTube and Beyond (Part 4 – What Equipment?)

Another question that crops up on occasion is what equipment is recommended for producing relatively good quality videos for the web?

In this segment of a presentation I conducted recently, I walk through some recommendations on that, which I've also extracted in the image below for easier reference.

Recommended equipment for web video production

One Note About Syncing Audio Obtained From a Source Other Than Your Camera

One point of clarification:  In my presentation I was running short on time and sort of glossed over pretty quickly one of the points about using a digital voice recorder.  During that segment, I made a verbal footnote about how you can can improve your audio even if you don't have a lavalier- or plug-in microphone for your camera.  I made a reference to an article I had previously written.  To find out more about that, you can check out this post I made about The Poor Man's Wireless Microphone.


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Mel is the online training architect and screencasting wizard at Kareo, one of Forbes' 2013 list of 100 Most Promising Companies in America. He's also the creator of Digital-Know-How, a training website devoted to developing learners' skills for screencasting and web video course development. Mel is also the chief blogger of ScreencastingWizard.com; Mel's personal blog. The comments and opinions you read here are Mel's and not associated with any other company.
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