YouTube For Dummies
- Watching the Tube - includes getting your PC ready for YouTube viewing, finding video, signing up for an account, and creating favorites.
- Loading Video to YouTube—covers the nuts and bolts of shooting video, transferring it to a PC, editing it, and sending it up to YouTube.
- Bringing Along YouTube—covers the various ways you can use YouTube video in places other than on the site. Includes mobile YouTube and adding videos to your MySpace page or another Web site.
- I Always Wanted To Direct—explores how to use YouTube's directors program to upload longer video, use the site for marketing, or launch your own videoblog.
Part I: Curtain Up on Streaming Video.
Chapter 1: Everything You Wanted to Know about YouTube.
Chapter 2: Registration, Please: Creating a YouTube Account.
Chapter 3: A Guided Tour through the Tube.
Part II: So Many Videos, So Little Time.
Chapter 4: Searching the Tube for Your One-in-a-Million Video.
Chapter 5: Customizing Your YouTube Experience.
Chapter 6: Joining the YouTube Community.
Part III: Broadcasting Your Video to the World.
Chapter 7: From Camcorder to YouTube.
Chapter 8: Look at Me! Tips for Getting Your Video Seen.
Chapter 9: Getting Famous on YouTube.
Part IV: Famous Final Scene: YouTube for Fun and Profit.
Chapter 10: Thinking outside the YouTube Box.
Chapter 11: Playing It Smart, Playing It Safe.
Chapter 12: Bam!! Kicking It up a Notch.
Part V: The Part of Tens.
Chapter 13: Ten Tips for YouTube Videographers.
Chapter 14: Ten Things Not to Include in Your Videos.
Chris Botello is a Photoshop artist and graphic designer living in Los Angeles, where he works as a retoucher and finisher on movie posters and marketing campaigns for the motion-picture industry.
Chris began his career in the graphic arts as print production manager for Premiere magazine. He designed movie posters for Miramax Films and was the art director for Microsoft’s launch of sidewalk.com/boston.
Chris is the author of a successful series of books on Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign for Thomson Course Technology. When not working, Chris loves to travel and gets the opportunity to do so as a guest instructor for Crystal Cruise Lines.