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The Best Videos on the Net
[August 02, 2006]

The Best Videos on the Net


Don't Watch Bad Internet Videos -

Internet Video Magazine finds the Best Videos and the Best Video Web Sites


August 1, 2006 – San Diego, CA - There’s a lot of BAD video on the web. YouTube says it gets upwards of 30,000 videos a day submitted. Adding to that, other hosting sites like Yahoo Video, Google Video, Veoh, Grouper, etc., also post tens of thousands of videos a day. So how do you find good video? How do you separate the good stuff from the garbage? How do you make sure you don’t waste your time watching shots of babies drooling, of kids playing lame air guitar, or clips of video game play or lame TV shows posted online?



Internet Video Magazine (www.internetvideomag.com) patrols the web video zone so that you don’t have to. We are looking for great videos and online short films – videos and movies that tell a story, with a beginning, middle and end. We spotlight videos that are in focus, are edited and show some creative originality and production skill.

“OK, we are bit of elitists – we went to film school, made infomercials and we know what good video should look like,” said Mark Shapiro, self-appointed guru of Internet Video. “There is so much trash video out there nowadays that it makes our job a much more of an adventure than ever before.”


Luckily there are sites like iFilm (www.ifilm.com), AtomFilms (www.atomfilms.com) , Triggerstreet (www.triggerstreet.com) and Media That Matters Film Festival (http://www.mediathatmattersfest.org/) that are dedicated to spotlighting videos that tell a story, not just bad video clips and captured excerpts from life.

In addition, Internet Video Magazine fulfills its obligation to help potential video and filmmakers create Internet productions that someone might actually want to watch. This includes lots of book reviews, how to sections (http://www.internetvideomag.com/articles_1111.htm) and tutorials (http://www.internetvideomag.com/makemovies101.htm) ranging from the basics of picking out a camcorder (http://www.internetvideomag.com/camcorders_101.htm)
to shooting video without shaking to how to edit and post your video (http://www.internetvideomag.com/Articles-2005/100705_video-basics2005.htm). To make it easy to get started in Internet video, IVM also provides up to date links of the best video web sites that will host videos and short films for free (http://www.internetvideomag.com/ProductReviews/Services/FreeVideoHosting101.htm
) , as well as comprehensive links and info about the best free video production software and tools (http://www.internetvideomag.com/Articles-2006/040906_Free_Video_Software.htm).

More about Internet Video Magazine

Internet Video Magazine has been online since 2001 and over the years, has been recognized as one of the prime resources for those serious about Internet video.

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