In today's world, video has become the dominating content delivery method, and there's no sign of it slowing down anytime soon.
Utilizing video in your content delivery has so many substantial benefits, and statistics suggest that video popularity will continue to grow year after year.
We truly are in a knowledge revolution, and having the ability to record and send videos will change the way we learn and interact on a daily basis.
With the addition of things like Facebook live, we are even more empowered to create valuable content and deliver it immediately.
Before Getting Started
Before we dive too deep into this cove of valuable information, there are a few things to consider before getting started.
The overall purpose of your video.
This is a very important thing to consider going forward.
Filming a sales video to live on your landing pages could be different than filming an informative video that you stream live to Facebook.
Either way, it's good to know what your end goal is with the video at hand.
The overall length of your video.
This is surely something to map out before getting started.
Many of us keep our phones pretty full with images and videos already, so the last thing you'll want to worry about is your video cutting halfway through due to storage capacity problems.
Knowing the recording rate of your phone is a great way to prevent malfunctions in the future.
For instance, the iPhone 7 recording rate is as follows:
- 60 MB with 720 HD at 30fps
- 130 MB with 1080 HD at 30fps
- 175 MB with 1080p at 60 fps
- 350 MB with 4k