How do you make a video that will show up on a Mac and still be viewable on a PC or an Apple smart phone? How do you get the right settings, so that your Mac shows up as a compatible video player on a variety of devices like iPads, iPhones, and iPods? How do you get your creative ideas onto a screen that isn’t as large as your laptop or cell phone screen? In this article you’ll learn how to make a video that works on a Mac and a PC.
When you are setting up a video you need to consider three different things. First, you need to think about the camera and how you want the video to look. Next, you have to think about the device you are intending to use the video for, and how it should function with the software you want to use to create your video. Finally, you need to think about the source device you want to use to view your video and convert into whatever format you want to use. Once you have all three items in place, your job is to plug in those items and create the video.
Before you start making a video you need to know a little bit about cameras and their functionality on PCs and Apple devices.
How does the video card on a computer work? How does your video card work with your Mac? How do you upload a video file from your camera to your computer? What does the screen capture option in the “exporting to” section of the movie window mean? After you have answers to these questions, you can start making videos on your Mac.
Open the video file you want to use in the Adobe Flash player on your Mac. This player is included in every version of OS X, be sure to check whether you have the latest version. If you have an older version, it might take a few minutes for the player to load. Once it’s loaded up, you can go ahead and begin recording your video. If you’d prefer to use the webcam instead of a screen, then click the “use microphone” link to turn on the voice recording feature.
There are two methods you can use to plan your video file on your Mac.
The first method is the standard view, which pans your video horizontally. You’ll notice that the top and bottom of the video are blocked by the vertical bars. To zoom in and out you’ll just click the bar and the video will rotate in the desired direction. If you want to change the direction you’d rather not be blocked by the bars, then use the rotate option instead.
Another method is the pan/ zoom to the right and the left. To do this, click on the icon which is located in the lower right corner on the video player. Once you’ve done so, a panel will appear where you can rotate your video.
It may take some time for your computer to load the video file if you’re using these methods when trying to share your video with others. If you need to share your video, then it might be worth thinking about using the freeware Open Broadcast Network (OBN). This is a free software tool that allows you to send your video to up to 10 users without downloading or uploading the video. The video can be watched right away on all the major devices such as iPads, iPhones, iSennials and Chromecore smart TVs.
When you have your video file saved, you’ll have to upload it to YouTube first.
To do this, you’ll need to go to the website and upload your video file. There’s a small icon at the bottom of the video, which you’ll need to click. From there, you’ll simply select” upload” and a new window will appear. Choose” Videos” and you’ll see a list of all of the files that you can choose from in order to upload your video file.