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How to App Video

How to App Video

A relatively high level overview of making videos to promo your iOS apps, with some technical tidbits for those who are looking to tackle it themselves.

Presented at Renaissance 2014 on January 31, 2014.

Full show notes at http://stationinthemetro.com/2014/01/31/renaissance-2014-how-to-app-video

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Mark Boszko

January 31, 2014
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  1. How to App Video Mark Boszko • @bobtiki • mark@omnigroup.com

    Renaissance 2014, San Francisco, CA
  2. Hi.

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  5. @objectivec

  6. Your Amazon Ad Contest

  7. Making a video THAT’S AS GOOD AS YOUR APP

  8. Record your screencast

  9. How To Record your screencast

  10. Why Do You Want to Make a Video? PROMOTION TUTORIAL

    SUPPORT
  11. Know your audience +

  12. Know your audience +

  13. How To Record your screencast

  14. Write a script 96. Then picking up the newly rigged

    rod, Quint softshoes it over to the chair. About to sit down, he freezes. CLOSE - QUINT looking hard at something. CLOSE - BRODY staring, eyes widening. CLOSE - HOOPER moving in, surprised, interested, fascinated. THEIR COMBINED POINT OF VIEW We see the shark. First the fin... then the head and upper jaws, ten or twenty yards off the side of the boat. It finally submerges, its tail giving a final slap. ANGLE ON QUINT He puts his rod away and stares at it. And stares. And stares. Hooper is the first to break the silence. HOOPER 20 feet, if it's an inch... QUINT 25 feet. And three tons of him there. Hooper is nearly beside himself with a strange ecstasy. He leaps toward his gear. QUINT (quietly, to Brody) I never saw one that big. BRODY What do we do? Get some help? Radio in? Quint ignores him and moves off into the pilot house, where he swiftly takes out his green case, and opens it to begin to assemble something inside it. Brody is alone on the deck with Hooper. Live Action Hi, I'm Brian, one of the Support Humans here at Omni. I'm going to take you through a tour of the View Settings in OmniFocus for iPhone. OmniFocus Projects Screen Tap into a project to view the task list View Options change which tasks you'll see when viewing an action list, so you can see the big picture... or switch to laser focus. Pull down to reveal the secret bar, tap View In OmniFocus, swipe down on a task list to reveal the "secret bar" at the top. Tap on View, and you'll see the list of options. Hilite "Remaining" Perhaps do split-screen showing how it a ects the list? In Projects, "Remaining" is the default setting. It shows you everything that's left on your plate. Hilite "Available" "Available" shows your actions that that you can make progress on right now. If the action is set to start sometime in the future, blocked because it isn’t the next action in a sequential project, or you've placed its Project or Context on hold, it won't show up in this list. Hilite "Next Action" "Next Action" shows you only the first Available action in your project. Perfect for when you are feeling overwhelmed and just need to know what's next. Compare all three views we're seen so far, to show how the filters get tighter. If you've ever gotten into a situation where you could swear there was an action in your list that's not showing up, you might have your View Options set a little too tight to see it. Hilite "All" On the other end of the spectrum is "A which shows you ever t OF2-iPhone Short 2 View Options - Updated 2014-01-16
  15. Write a script Live Action Hi, I'm Brian, one of

    the Support Humans here at Omni. I'm going to take you through a tour of the View Settings in OmniFocus for iPhone. OmniFocus Projects Screen Tap into a project to view the task list View Options change which tasks you'll see when viewing an action list, so you can see the big picture... or switch to laser focus. Pull down to reveal the secret bar, tap View In OmniFocus, swipe down on a task list to reveal the "secret bar" at the top. Tap on View, and you'll see the list of options. Hilite "Remaining" Perhaps do split-screen showing how it a ects the list? In Projects, "Remaining" is the default setting. It shows you everything that's left on your plate. Hilite "Available" "Available" shows your actions that that you can make progress on right now. If the action is set to start sometime in the future, blocked because it isn’t the next action in a sequential project, or you've placed its Project or Context on hold, it won't show up in this list. Hilite "Next Action" "Next Action" shows you only the first Available action in your project. Perfect for when you are feeling overwhelmed and just need to know what's next. Compare all three views we're seen so far, to show how the filters get tighter. If you've ever gotten into a situation where you could swear there was an action in your list that's not showing up, you might have your View Options set a little too tight to see it. Hilite "All" On the other end of the spectrum is "All," OF2-iPhone Short 2 View Options - Updated 2014-01-16 VIDEO
  16. Write a script Live Action Hi, I'm Brian, one of

    the Support Humans here at Omni. I'm going to take you through a tour of the View Settings in OmniFocus for iPhone. OmniFocus Projects Screen Tap into a project to view the task list View Options change which tasks you'll see when viewing an action list, so you can see the big picture... or switch to laser focus. Pull down to reveal the secret bar, tap View In OmniFocus, swipe down on a task list to reveal the "secret bar" at the top. Tap on View, and you'll see the list of options. Hilite "Remaining" Perhaps do split-screen showing how it a ects the list? In Projects, "Remaining" is the default setting. It shows you everything that's left on your plate. Hilite "Available" "Available" shows your actions that that you can make progress on right now. If the action is set to start sometime in the future, blocked because it isn’t the next action in a sequential project, or you've placed its Project or Context on hold, it won't show up in this list. Hilite "Next Action" "Next Action" shows you only the first Available action in your project. Perfect for when you are feeling overwhelmed and just need to know what's next. Compare all three views we're seen so far, to show how the filters get tighter. If you've ever gotten into a situation where you could swear there was an action in your list that's not showing up, you might have your View Options set a little too tight to see it. Hilite "All" On the other end of the spectrum is "All," OF2-iPhone Short 2 View Options - Updated 2014-01-16 VIDEO AUDIO
  17. Live Action Hi, I'm Brian, one of the Support Humans

    here at Omni. I'm going to take you through a tour of the View Settings in OmniFocus for iPhone. OmniFocus Projects Screen Tap into a project to view the task list View Options change which tasks you'll see when viewing an action list, so you can see the big picture... or switch to laser focus. Pull down to reveal the secret bar, tap View In OmniFocus, swipe down on a task list to reveal the "secret bar" at the top. Tap on View, and you'll see the list of options. Hilite "Remaining" Perhaps do split-screen showing how it a ects the list? In Projects, "Remaining" is the default setting. It shows you everything that's left on your plate. Hilite "Available" "Available" shows your actions that that you can make progress on right now. If the action is set to start sometime in the future, blocked because it isn’t the next action in a sequential project, or you've placed its Project or Context on hold, it won't show up in this list.
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  20. The Process

  21. Animatic

  22. Record your Screencast ScreenFlow

  23. Record your Screencast ®

  24. Record your Screencast ®

  25. Record your Screencast AirServer

  26. Record your Screencast AirServer

  27. REC RD

  28. ReCOrding •Slow & Smooth •Retake •Save to ProRes

  29. Edit Prep 2944x1656 } 640x1136

  30. EDIT

  31. Animate

  32. Live Shoots

  33. Just Shoot it

  34. Screen Replacement: Chroma

  35. Screen Replacement: Roto

  36. Collaboration

  37. Collaboration Compressor

  38. Collaboration

  39. Collaboration

  40. Collaboration

  41. wipster.com

  42. Distribution

  43. Captions WebVTT

  44. You’re gonna need A Bigger Boat

  45. Thanks. Video clips courtesy The Omni Group MartianCraft @opticalpodcast opticalpodcast.com

    THE OPTICAL WE LOVE MOVIES. Mark Boszko @bobtiki mark@omnigroup.com bit.ly/FinalCutProse