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I love this video and if you haven’t seen it yet, you should! It’s worth taking a break from work and other stuff in life to watch. If you want back your 3 minutes, leave a comment below and I will make it up to you with some tips which will save you time, over and over!
Step by step instructions on how to embed a YouTube video into a blog
Following on from the impromptu timelapse video I created at the Top Left Design offices, a client of ours, ‘Seminars at 38’ requested a similar video at one of their events in January.
I filmed for around 3 hours in 4 different locations at the venue, to generate a short 1080P HD video showing the buzz of activity on the night.
To create the video, I used an iPhone 4S, with a timelapse app, GorillaPod stand, Olloclip Fisheye Lens, and Glif+ tripod mount – you don’t need to spend thousands to make professional videos – just a couple of hundred, and add a dash of creativity!
Have a look at this video, from a company based in Seattle, Washington called Common Craft who create simple training videos about social media topics.
Just found this great website for sharing video files – one of the videos is below – enjoy!
At one minute 40 seconds, it is the shortest film ever nominated for an Oscar!