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mrm777
09-04-2009, 01:03
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I just finished my video of my last trip and not
sure what to do to "share" it online...what's
the best steps to take now?

Where do y'all upload your videos online?
I've seen some on Vimeo ...mine is about 40 minutes long.
(Newbie...never even put a vid on Youtube).

ScubaToys Larry
09-04-2009, 06:39
I'd tell you knock it down into about 5 minute segments.

Edit out a lot of stuff for posting, other wise others will not sit through it. Maybe come up with a segment on this kind of fish, one on a night dive, etc...
but shorter and lots of fast cuts is the key to getting people to watch. Cut to a new angle or shot every 4 seconds or so.

As far as where to post them, Scuba Diving Videos Scuba Videos (http://www.scubadivingtube.com)

And if you can turn them into FLV files to start, you might get the best quality and fastest upload but it will convert your avi or mpg for you.

mrm777
09-05-2009, 18:18
"As far as where to post them, Scuba Diving Videos Scuba Videos (http://www.scubadivingtube.com)"

Good tip........but I'll have to chop it up to get shorter segments.

I was looking for a place online to post (free or pay) the entire longer video for family and friends so I don't have to burn a bunch of DVDs and nail them.

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fire diver
09-06-2009, 13:26
Larry gives good advice here. Cut it up. If you try to upload a 40 minute clip, it may well take hours to finish.

I use Adobe Premiere Elements also. It has an option to save it as an FLV file, which is best. Other formats take longer to process, and the quality is reduced during the conversion to an FLV video.

I also had trouble getting other formats to play at all on divingtube.

mrm777
09-06-2009, 17:37
" It has an option to save it as an FLV file, which is best."
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I'll get in there and see if I can figure out how to save it as an FLV.
Will I be able to burn it to a DVD if it's an FLV?

Thanks folks.