Online Video Best Practices

by Sami

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With everything happening in our world today, more communication is transitioning to online videos and video chats. As a public speaking professor, I’ve created many resources over the years and decided to compile them into one post of online video best practices.

Online Video Best Practice Guide

It’s easy to get on a video call today, but it’s not quite as easy to make online videos look and sound their best.

In less than five minutes, I can teach you how to set up your camera, lighting, room and sound so that you present your best self online.

What You Need to Know Before Recording a Video Online

Online Video Recording: What NOT to DO

Now that I’ve shown you everything you need to do before recording a video online or starting a livestream, let’s look at some examples of what NOT to do when it comes to online video recording.

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2 comments

Holly Allen March 23, 2020 - 8:26 am

Sami, I met you a couple of years ago. I teach at Lipscomb University. I lead the organization that convenes the Children’s Spirituality Summit at Lipscomb every two years. It is to convene June 8-10 this summer; it is unlikely we will be able to have a face-to-face conference, though we haven’t cancelled it yet. We are considering an online conference, and need a bit of guidance regarding what that will entail. Do you have any expertise in this area?

Sami March 23, 2020 - 11:16 am

Thank you for reaching out, Holly. I’m going to email you privately to discuss.

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