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Hello everyone, I currently use Metricool to automatically post content to social media. The reason is because I cannot find a tool that automatically posts to TikTok. You always have to open the app and download the video to TikTok. I can't do that for multiple clients. TikTok limits your phone to 3 accounts. Also I'm noticing that when a video is posted directly from Metricool to Reels, it literally gets no views. When I post them manually, they get views. Am I going crazy? Let me know if you have suggestions:)
I was editing videos for a client and they wanted to hire me to do all the editing for a client of theirs. At first they said I was a little out of budget and they wanted to try someone cheaper. It happens. Unfortunately for them, the cheaper editor didn't work out with longer turn around times and broken communication. During our Zoom call I shared my screen to show Airtable and explained how it keeps everything organized and communication streamlined. When I told her that Frame.IO is part of the system she cut me off - "Ok we have 7 videos in the queue, can you start today?" I didn't initially think of using the KEDB in my pitches and when in meetings but after this I will be
I’d look at the most viewed videos that are similar to the videos you want to make. Then go into Canva and create similar ones for your videos. Then hire a graphics designer when you can. Motion graphics and design are my weak spot so I source that first when needed/when I have the budget.
Hey guys, exciting live workshop next week on Pro Camera tips with @Rob Ruscher. Rob is a Commercial Cinematographer, Editor & Video Producer. He's been doing this for a long time. Really excited to have him here to share all he knows about video. In this 30 minute session he will cover the most important technical aspects of making your own video content. He'll share actionable tips on framing, lighting, and sound. Plus we'll do some Q+A to answer any other questions. Add it to your calendar → RIGHT HERE Thursday, 11/16 11am PST. See ya there!
Looking forward to it! If anyone has any specific frustrations with creating video content or questions on making their own content, please let me know. We want to cater the workshop to what this group wants to know most