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Lucid Guys on Internet Marketing #18 – Movie Studio

20 June 2011 No Comment

Part 18 in a series of Internet Marketing videos featuring David Congreave and his assistant Beth Rudkin.

This week, David and Beth show you how to make a movie studio in your own home.

To ask David and Beth an Internet Marketing question, send an email to video@davidcongreave.com

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DAVID
You may have noticed that our recent videos are being filmed in our new studio. Today we’re going to show you how to setup your own film studio so you can create videos faster, and make them more interesting.

BETHANY snaps her fingers and a cool background appears.

OPENING CREDITS

BETHANY
Our new studio was created simply by moving the furniture out of a spare bedroom. This means we can leave the equipment out (the camcorder, the lighting, the seating, etc), and not have to get it out and put it away every week, saving us a lot of time.

DAVID
Well, saving you a lot of time anyway.

BETHANY
Yes.

DAVID
The other advantage is that having a clear wall means we can easily change the background before each video shoot, or even mid-way through the video shoot.

DAVID snaps his fingers and a cool background appears.

DAVID
We can even add graphics to the back wall during the post-editing process.

DAVID snaps his fingers.

DAVID
I don’t know what the graphic says because Bethany’s going to add it in when she edits the video, but we can use this as a visual aid, or to display important information.

You can come up with something good here, can’t you?

BETHANY
Yep, no problem.

DAVID
Good. Thanks for watching. Next week, we’ll show you some of the other cool things we can do in our new studio.

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