In today’s episode of BS’ing with Brandi I’m going to walk you through my decision to stop recording my podcasts as on-camera videos. Lots of podcasters out there are doing their podcasts as videos and uploading to places like YouTube or Facebook in addition to extracting the audio for their podcast channel. The idea behind this is that it makes it easy to distribute to more channels, and it’s a lot easier to turn a video into an audio file than vice versa.
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Here’s what I discussed:
Why I did on-camera video out of the gate when I relaunched BS’ing with Brandi as a podcast
The workflow I had to accomplish this
The issues I started to run up against (i.e. Facebook Premiere time commitment, low live attendance, inability to turn the videos into ads because of swearing, staring at camera vs notes, and more)
What ultimately made me decide to remove my talking head
What I’m doing now instead (spoiler: I’m still recording the ep as a video, just in a different way!)
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