Think about what your audience will take away from your documentary film and how they will feel. If you’re making a film about your hobby, do you want to encourage others to take part? If you’re making a film about a charity, do you want your audience to donate or help? All these questions can help you know how you want to present your film.
What is Candid?
It’s always a good idea to check through your facts and information several times before filming, and to get others to check through to make sure you haven’t missed anything. Imagine promoting a party or event and getting the date or time wrong. You could end up with a lot of unhappy partiers turning up on the wrong day.
f you’ve got videos in your Flip library, you probably want friends and family members to see them. One way to share your videos is to upload them to various social networking sites. Sharing videos online through FlipShare is a snap. You simply choose Share, Online, and then choose your site (MySpace, YouTube, and so on). The Share tab on FlipShare allows users to share their videos online on sites like YouTube and Facebook. Easy, right? Yes, but that doesn’t mean you might not encounter a few common issues