Ken Duvall of Coupons IN Demand conducts a workshop for score87 at UCF Business Incubator Daytona Beach International Airport (1)
score87 is the Volusia/Flagler chapter of a national organization – SCORE. score87 provides free consultation service for start-up and small business people who need some guidance. Counselors explain fundamentals and work to clarify a direction.
This is the first in a series of videos from Ken Duvall’s presentation on 7 May 2015. Click here for CouponsInDemand.com.
Incredible Green Screen from Matt Haughton and Todd Gross has inspired me to experiment with the chroma key (green screen) effect. It takes practice, but the end result is really amazing. And, surprise surprise, it’s not really difficult. In fact, like most things in life, it’s easy once you know how it done.
Incredible Green Screen is a simple, step-by-step introduction to green-screen (chroma key) video creation.
Behind the Green Door, you’ll find video modules, a PDF and mp3’s that cover:
• settting up a green screen studio
• shooting and editing video
• using various pieces of equipment
41% of adults in the US watch online videos.
Incredible Green Screen will show you how to enhance your videos, make money and build an email list. With Incredibel Green Screen, you will avoid common mistakes, giving you an “edge” when compared to other video producers.
According to Invodo, 52% of consumers say that watching product videos makes them more confident about what they’re buying online.
According to Dr. James McQuivey of Forrester Research, one minute of video is worth 1.8 million words! That’s the equivalent of 3,600 typical blog pages.
Making informational, educational, promotional videos doesn’t require expensive equipment and studio space. It requires training.
Today, you have to use video in your online marketing, or you will appear as a “second page” internet marketer, if you’re lucky.
Digital images to video. Sketch animation. Full motion with a camcorder or phone. Whatever the method of production, you have to do some editing.
If you can change the setting (i.e. background), you can change feel and the impact.
Learn how to use green screen and you’ll be one of a rather elite group.
Anyone can shoot video. Many can edit. But few know how to use green screen. Be one of us!
Video by Ken English.