Thank you all for coming to my talk. Watch Adam Warner intro:
Here’s the Demo Video we did together, thanks for being such an enthusiastic audience!:
And here’s my presentation, with all the links you need!:
Last but not least, watch the full recording of this talk on WordPress TV:
I would love to add your videos down here… Create something. Share it with hashtag #WCBaltVideo. If you can, use CoSchedule. It really is a great social media manager app that will save you a lot of time. I’ll be happy to add your video creations to this blog post and share them on my social media profiles as well.
Thank you all again for coming to my talk, the last one of this two-day event. I was not expecting that many people. Maybe see you all at WordCamp US in two weeks?
Original Post, Created Before the Talk
Do you want to learn how to create video with a smartphone for your WordPress blog? Come to my talk at WordCamp Baltimore. With practical examples, I am going to show you some basic rules for creating relevant video content for your blog.
Since about half a year now, I have been using more video for my social media and blog because I think it nicely illustrate my digital nomad adventures. With VINUBIS Video Editor plugin for WordPress, I found a way to easily create video out of my smart phone directly onto my WordPress blog.
My talk will include a live video recording that I will then edit and render with VINUBIS Video Editor plugin for WordPress and publish into this post! All this will be done live during the talk, so that you will be able to really experience my process of video creation. Hopefully, I’ll inspire you to create more video for your blog.
After my talk, you will be able to see, in this post, the live demo video recorded and edited live. But for now, you’ll just going to have to watch this video invitation.