Video: importance of storing content on cloud for online video, streaming uses
Thank you for signing up for our webinar. Fifteen minutes is not a lot of time and if you want more information after the webinar, I will offer you various options. The main question I have for you as you prepare for the webinar is this—why do you want to use online video? What is your purpose? Do you want to learn how to engage in video streaming? If so, how are your goals going to be met? How do you plan to use the streaming? There are so many features and components associated with online video and video streaming. You probably have taken your phone or your tablet, hit the camera button, and started shooting video. Then, you probably opted to post the video on Facebook or Youtube or send it to friends or family members. Obviously, any type of uploading of that video content to the internet qualifies as online video.
For the purpose of today’s video, the recommendation I have for you is to organize your video because the movies you take today can be used tomorrow for future video or future content or future social media post purposes. There are various programs available, some free so that you can save and organize your videos for future use. Obviously, your hard drive is a good start. But, do you want to have videos all over the place on your computer, your iphone, your tablet–or would you like everything in one location and accessible for you at any location, whether you are at work or at home or on vacation. So the key is uploading your videos to the cloud. If you have any questions about cloud choices, send me an email and I will be glad to send you information so you can archive and organize for better online and streaming uses.