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As I mention in the video I use the built-in camera on my Mac laptop for most of my video work and I use iMovie on the Mac for editing. The reason that I mention Mac is that everything is included out of the box. It's extremely easy to use for beginners and the quality of the end results is fantastic. It's a great setup for the novice and you can easily scale up over time.
I also supplement the video work with an HD camera and a Flip video camera that I take with me on trips and to conferences. My mic is a pretty heavy-duty podcasting rig that runs through an M-Audio USB pre-amp. Stay tuned for more!
Upcoming topics include:
- Tuesday: How I shoot my video tutorials (the most frequently asked question that I get)
- Wednesday: How I edit and produce the final product
- Thursday: How and where I distribute the videos
- Friday: Reader questions
And remember, on Friday I will answer any questions that you have. To stay in the theme of the week it would be excellent if you provided your questions in video (either on Facebook or on YouTube) and I will edit them in. I will, as always, accept any questions you have by email or by commenting on this post.
So start thinking and let me know what's on your mind. I can't wait to hear from you!
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