Put the You in YouTube - Internet Video Magazine Announces the How to Guide to Posting Your Videos

New Make a Net Video and Free Video Tools guides which make it easy for anyone to create and upload their own personal videos, movies and video blogs

Put the You in YouTube - Internet Video Magazine Announces the How to Guide to Posting Your Videos and Movies Online



It's easy to create and post your video online at YouTube, GoogleVideo and others

May 10, 2006 - San Diego, CA - Internet Video Magazine (www.internetvideomag.com) announced the launch of new 'Make a Net Video' and 'Free Video Tools' guides which make it easy for anyone to create and upload their own personal videos, movies and video blogs to free online video hosting services like YouTube, OneTrueMedia, MySpace, ViralFlix, GoogleVideo and StreamLoad.

Every day, tens of thousands of people post their personal videos online at these video sites. Probably hundreds of thousands more want to do this but are intimidated by the process or think they need expensive gear or software.

'You don't need to spend hundreds of dollars or use an expensive service to shot, edit and post your online videos,' says Mark Shapiro, Video Guru. 'All you need is a digital video camcorder, a computer with free video editing software, and a high speed Internet connection'.

Targeted to beginners, students, and families, Internet Video Magazine provides easy to understand how to guides for all aspects of web video ½ from how to shoot your video, to how to edit and prepare it for the web by using free software, and to how to upload and post it. This includes a list of free or inexpensive sites for hosting the videos and movies.

People don't need to spend hundreds of dollars on special video editing software or tools. Most computers already come with the software bundled inside. Windows XP comes with MovieMaker. Apple computers come with iMovie. Both are very powerful and easy to master programs that make it possible for almost anyone to create personal movies that can be posted online.

More about Internet Video Magazine

Originally launched in 2001, Internet Video Magazine provides comprehensive how to information about how to create and post web video to an audience of newbies, hobbyists and video professionals. In addition, its popular Watch Videos section spotlights the best online videos and movies, as well as the sites that offer compelling video and video resources.

for more info, Mark Shapiro at mshapiro@davismarrin.com

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