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What's the best video hosting site? Wistia? Vimeo? Loom?



Sid Sahasrabuddhe
Roman Pearl
Lauren Kosinski
Ed Squire
Paul Masters
New comment 18d ago
  • 3 likes • Aug 10

    I would also vote for bunny or Loom. Bunny would be the more secure option and cost less overall when compared with Loom.

  • 3 likes • Aug 10

    @Matt Shepley Hey Matt, if you're starting totally from square 1 then any video hosting solution will have the same learning curve to you. They all accomplish the same thing, which is allowing you to upload your finished videos somewhere where others can watch them online. Loom and Bunny are my favorites because they are easy to use, they preserve your video's full quality, and are cost efficient. If you want to learn about video production as a whole, it might be worth investing $50 into 14 Day Filmmaker, which is a short online course that will show you how to film and edit your videos like a pro regardless of whether or not you've ever used a camera before. Totally worth getting if you want your videos to look as best as you can make them without spiraling blindly into the rabbit hole that is video production. Also, if you can defrag a laptop, you are officially tech savvy enough to film and upload videos! Let me know if you have any questions, I could talk about and teach video stuff all day long.

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Ted Carr
Marcos Razzetti
Chris Marsella
Dalibor Stojkovic
Corey Creed
New comment 20d ago

Sometimes people will make extremely valuable posts and I'll want to save them somewhere for future reference, similar to the "Collections" tab on Facebook. I would love to see this feature come to Skool!



Sid Sahasrabuddhe
Chris Marsella
New comment Aug 10
  • 0 likes • Aug 10

    @Sid Sahasrabuddhe That's a good option, Watching them. I didn't realize the filter was there for watched posts. The only problem with watching posts is it fills your notifications whenever there are new comments, which can get annoying. Maybe adding an option for turning off post notifications (even on watched posts) could be a good addition?

  • 1 like • Aug 10

    @Sid Sahasrabuddhe Makes sense. Yeah, I was just thinking out loud, I would want to try to keep everything streamlined through Skool rather than saving separate bookmarks to revisit. Thanks for the help!

Just curious as I post a lot of content in my Classroom... and most of the content is video explanation, some with detailed text. Just curious as that is just another way to gain exposure as the authority in the space! Thanks All!!!



Sid Sahasrabuddhe
Ryan Alexander
Chris Marsella
Zahida A Khan
Mareya Ali
New comment Jul 21
  • 2 likes • Jul 20

    @Zahida A Khan That is a link to your personal Skool profile, not a link to your skool group. I just tested searching it, found it, and clicked on it. I couldn't find a link to your group.

  • 1 like • Mar 4

    @Dennis Kraus this is exactly what I do. I have it right on the home page of my phone for easy access.

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